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Date:9/21/2014 6:38:20 PM
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Hi from Woof and Meow
Hi Gizmo, It would be fun to meet your mom sometime next time she's down your way. This weekend, our humans went out to dinner with another couple, but the two previous times they had dinner with this same couple, they ate here in our apartment. We thought Lyda and Alex were OUR dinner guests. We were not happy. When our humans got home after dinner, it was past our bedtime and they just put us to bed. The next morning when we didn't poop as usual on the newspaper on the floor, our mom got worried till she saw how ravenous we were for our breakfast. After breakfast, we pooped as usual. Mom just didn't get it that we held off eating our dinner last night because we were waiting for our guests to come back and eat with us. And frankly we think it's a little rude that they didn't. Some humans have no manners. Here's a vote for you guys. Woof & Meow
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