- Roll his eyes at the fact that you just used "looking up pictures of werewolves" in a sentence.
- He will then attempt to look up werewolves himself
- He will completely disagree that the dog named werewolf looks anything like your dog named Jersey, despite this evidence:
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Today has been a strange day. First, B found our back porch motion light on and deemed it "suspicious". Then later when I took Jersey out for the second time, her floating dummy was lying at our back door like some offering. I deemed that "spooky." Jersey just peed and went about her business.
Then I drove to work figuring all would be well. Until I saw the werewolf. Seriously, I looked over at something walking down the street and said, out loud in my car, that's a werewolf! Of course it wasn't really a werewolf. Turns out it was a guy with a very shaggy long beard and shaggy unkempt hair under a Indiana Jones' hat. Did I mention that his shirt was ripped wide open? Well, maybe not ripped, but open. It was 7 am!
That is when I knew there must be a full moon.
Look it up, folks. Full moon September 23rd. I knew I wasn't crazy. Actually I thought I might be going crazy, but that happens often.
By the way, if you try to look up images of werewolves on photobucket you will inexplicably find a picture of a dog that looks remarkably like your own. Then you will think about how your dog is not a werewolf, so why would this one be? Then you will realize "werewolf' is probably the dog's name.
Now that's a mouthful to yell out.
Oh, and if you go tell your husband that you were looking up pictures of werewolves and found one that looks like your dog. He will:
They could totally be twins. I hope that doesn't mean Jersey will be up howling all night tonight though.
I need my sleep.