13 Proverbs For My Dad’s Dog

A poo in the newly-built utility room is worth two in the bush.

Out of sight. Out of mind. Out of that bin you little bastard.

The Devil finds work for my Dad’s dog’s anus.

Cold hands, warm plastic bag of dog poo.

What doesn’t kill a dog makes him stronger, apart from that bus.

A true friend is someone who reaches for your hand, but sniffs your ass.

You’ve shat in your bed, now you must lie in it.

Behind every great man stands a dog, licking its nuts.

Life begins at 280.

You are what you eat so my Dad’s dog is four cow pats.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with my Dad’s dog being sick in the boot.

You can lead a dog to the vet, but you can’t make the vet put him down even if you bribe him.

Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Let the dog break wind under the dinner table and he’ll never eat again.


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