Discussion in 'Humor & Satire' started by Nonnie, Jun 20, 2019.
Maybe it’s a vet, not a dr.
He didn’t eat his broccoli stalks, so what?
That dog looks guilty as hell, and the cat's about to fart......
I thought he looks extremely well behaved. Most Labradors would be staring at the spilled rice and begging permission to ''tidy'' it up.
Our doggie used to try and hide when he'd been found out doing something he shouldn't have, and he'd shove his head under a rug and pretend not to be there....in spite of his bum sticking out...
My childhood dog used to slink towards me, head lowered, showing his teeth like a guilty grin.
People who say animals don't have ''real'' emotions obviously don't know dogs.
so the vet knows the woman has roids, and why the privacy for her...
and everything else at wallyworld...
The "cat at dinner" meme. Always funny and more than 9 lives.
OMG! THAT's Hilarious!!!! Shamelessly stolen meme!
Man requests 'trial by combat' to settle dispute with ex-wife
To this day, trial by combat has never been explicitly banned or restricted as a right in these United States. [It was used] as recently as 1818 in British Court.
Ostrom asked the court to give him 12 weeks to source and forge the Japanese katana and wakizashi swords that he wishes to use in combat.
Ostrom says his ex-wife can have her attorney stand in as her "Champion."
Her attorney, Matthew Hudson, responded to the request by filing a resistance to the trial by combat by first correcting Ostrom's spelling:
Surely [Ostrom] meant 'corporeal' bodies which Merriam Webster defines as having, consisting of, or relating to, a physical material body. Although [Ostrom] and potential combatant do have souls to be rended, they respectfully request that the court not order this done. It should be noted that just because the U.S. and Iowa constitutions do not specifically prohibit battling another person with a deadly katana sword, it does prohibit a court sitting in equity from ordering same.
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