I love watching my dog when there’s something fragrant being prepared in the kitchen. Her tongue can not stop licking the air. She would probably explode at a peanut butter factory.
My dog is licking the air when he is very thirsty. We have to tell him to go and drink some water (or actually bring the waterbowl to him), because he doesn’t go and drink some water by himself when this happens. Maybe he is too thirsty to understand that he’s actually thirsty? (He does drink plenty of water otherwise, just not when he’s busy licking the air)
I meant “bring him the waterbowl”. What’s with my grammar skills today?
Depending on when you last had to set traps out, this can also function as a Ratlarm Clock as well.
Does Biff still have his mechanical doggo, and/or the dragon?
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