Richard #19 – When I saw the title, [of the post] I thought it was the name of a new praise band.Some basset hounds could add a few good notes.
Jim, #20 – Pr. Rossow, I once knew a Chiuaua full of the Devil. The evil little thing would always bark at me and bite at my ankles when I would visit my in-laws. I am pretty sure that dog is burning in hell, today… evil little barker.
Editor, #22 – I prefer the “Planet of the Apes” premise, where all dogs and cats died and statues were erected in their memory. Then the apes became their replacements, and talking apes from the future took over the world. Would those talking apes then be capable of becoming ministers.
Joe, #24 – I met one of these “ministers” today, considering all the negative publicity here, I asked how his day was going, and he said “ruff!”
Tedd, #26 – Well, my dog barks at the JWs [Jehovah’s Witnesses] when they visit my doorstep, so I think he is a confessional dog .
Smalltown Lutheran, #27 – My daughter had her fish out of their tank and flopping on the table. She had a towel and was patting them on their little fish heads three times, then putting them back into the tank. I asked her what she was doing, so she said “Baptizing them.”
Chris, #30 – My only question is how did the sponsor fish keep the candle burning?
Joe, #40 – Will dogs in heaven shed? Cause if they do, I want them kept outside.
Jim, #41 – They’ll be hairless and non-allergenic.
Andrew #42 – …and they won’t drool.
Don, #44 – And the Newfies won’t slime you! Well, maybe a loving slime or two… After all, it’s their way of marking you as one of their own. Kinda like a baptism.
I laughed out loud. I hope you did too. It helps me to keep from taking myself too seriously.