Amount of texts to »dog« 90, and there are 77 texts (85.56%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 138 Characters
Average Rating 2.856 points, 12 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 21:30:45 wrote
snake about dog
Latest text on Mar 16th 2011, 07:53:32 wrote
stage about dog
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(overall: 12)

on Nov 9th 2007, 03:29:11 wrote
Uncle Ernie about dog

on Jun 10th 2001, 22:21:56 wrote
the weird set theorist about dog

on Jul 11th 2002, 18:22:30 wrote
werni about dog

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Texts to »Dog«

steve wrote on Apr 19th 2000, 08:30:15 about

dog

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I once had a dog. He was a border collie named »Nip«. He loved to herd anything: sheep, cows, small children, you name it. Once he got bitten by a rattlesnake. His head swelled up like a football for a couple of days, but he was right as rain after that.

KD wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 17:16:43 about

dog

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Vidalia in his pocket, Frank Leigh Deary walks on down the Lost Highway. If the dust weren't so thick, he'd hum. But the Highway's full of dust today. His mother would have said, today is
dry as an old bone buried in the junkyard.
It is a dog day.

Frank Leigh Deary daydreams harmonicas, wiggles
his fingers over imagined gap-toothed instruments,
wishes for a partner with a ukelele.

B.C. wrote on Jul 12th 2001, 21:04:08 about

dog

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Ζsop. (Sixth century B.C.) Fables.
The Harvard Classics. 1909–14.

The Fox, the Cock, and the Dog


ONE moonlight night a Fox was prowling about a farmer’s hencoop, and saw a Cock roosting high up beyond his reach. “Good news, good newshe cried.

“Why, what is thatsaid the Cock.

“King Lion has declared a universal truce. No beast may hurt a bird henceforth, but all shall dwell together in brotherly friendship.”

“Why, that is good newssaid the Cock; “and there I see some one coming, with whom we can share the good tidings.” And so saying he craned his neck forward and looked afar off.

“What is it you seesaid the Fox.

“It is only my master’s Dog that is coming towards us. What, going so soonhe continued, as the Fox began to turn away as soon as he had heard the news. “Will you not stop and congratulate the Dog on the reign of universal peace

“I would gladly do sosaid the Fox, “but I fear he may not have heard of King Lion’s decree.”

“CUNNING OFTEN OUTWITS ITSELF.”



snake wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 21:30:45 about

dog

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One of the most interesting features in »Wallace & Gromit« is the special kind of understatement of Gromit, the dog. Nobody knows his genius at all. Even the music seems to believe this when playing the melody of »How much is that dog there in the window?«.

trish wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 07:21:37 about

dog

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Dog is man's best friend. But some dogs bite the hand that feeds them. These are presumably ungrateful dogs. Bad luck 'dogs' the unlucky. But if you're lucky, you're a lucky dog!

There is a book called 'Man bites dog', which is probably closer to the truth than dog bites man.

rumpelstilz wrote on Apr 19th 2000, 13:27:24 about

dog

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If Man has benefited immeasurably by his association with the dog, what, you may ask, has the dog got out of it?

Well, I think he has had his fun, for he has been privileged to live with and study at close range the only creature with reason, the most unreasonable of creatures. The dog has got more fun out of Man than Man has got out of the dog, for the clearly demonstrable reason that Man is the mor laughable of the two animals.

The Black Knight wrote on Jun 4th 2002, 03:08:14 about

dog

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Dogs are not existentialists. They do not just live for the moment. Anyone who has ever walked a dog knows this. A true existentialist does not save up his urine for distribution around the neighborhood.

sea-ridge wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 13:04:01 about

dog

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From our language it seems we have mixed feelings about dogs. Someone who sticks stubbornly to a task is dogged and someone who doesn't do his share of the work is dogging it. We say admiringly to the rake, »You dog, youbut when Big Mama Thornton says, »You ain't nothing but a hound dogshe is disapproving.

Josef wrote on May 4th 2000, 03:17:59 about

dog

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Are dog people inherently more selfish than cat people, craving constant attention and unquestioning love? Or is it, perhaps, the the other way around.

My particular unbiased opinion of the man on the street is that cats make me feel intelligent... superior. Not to mention relaxed and loved. But then again, love can be pretty selfish too... maybe the only truth is in being relaxed.

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