Tuesday, 27 December 2016

No Words Necessary.


                          

Give a child a dog and some coloured pens, and.....

p.s. Not our dog!



25 comments:

  1. Poor little pup she looks so unhappy.
    Dog do get embarrassed, so I hope they treat her nicely and say how pretty she looks.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. They'd probably asked for a Zebra; not a dog.

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    2. hahahahahahahaha, by the way I love your new avatar.

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  2. Oh no, poor little puppy. That doesn't bode well for the poor little pup's future - hopefully it wasn't a Christmas gift. I just hope that they weren't indelible markers. A stern talk to the child that did that.

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    1. I quite expect they they're now doing five years!

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  3. I know you're an artist Cro but you really should not have done that, especially as it wasn't even your dog.

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    1. If it had been me, he'd now be wearing glasses!

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  4. Poor little dog. Usually children's crayons are water erasable so hopefully a shampoo and all that will disappear.
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. I expect they thought they were 'decorating' him.

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  5. Let them get back to scribbling on the walls.

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  6. I think it's rather fun actually, if the dog hadn't been happy he wouldn't have let them do it. It was probably like having some sort of relaxing massage for him. It's no worse than all those ghastly 'handbag' dogs sprayed pink and wearing silly clothes. So whose dog was it then?

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    1. The poor thing looks rather dejected.

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    2. It isn't dejected because it was scribbled on....it is dejected because humans laughed at it! You must have seen that look before...being a dog owner!

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  8. Yes, but imagine the attention and "petting" the dog was receiving while the act was being committed! It was probably quite happy at the time. (I'm seeing unicorn and princess colours there. I would guess guilty little girls). -Jenn

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    1. I suspect you're right about it having been girls. Boys would have drawn glasses, and written rude words!

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  9. The look on the dog's face is worth a thousand words.

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    1. Poor thing. Psychologically damaged.

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  10. I hope it gets a Bonio or some other reward.

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    1. I'm sure that he/she was pampered after the parents found it like that.

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  11. That dog looks pretty punk rock.

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    1. But in reality is pretty straight-laced.

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