On a thirsty Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Kirkwood calmly ate his dog. Watch

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Mind you, he didn’t want to. Mr. Kirkwood loved his dog. But there comes a time in every ones life, where a break from routine is needed. So, instead of taking his dog for a walk, Mr. Kirkwood ate him. What Mr. Kirkwood did not have the foresight to see, is that the act of eating his dog was performed with the same sterile indifference as the act of taking his dog for a walk – and was therefore a wasted exercise.

The dog didn’t even taste fantastic. “Too stringy”, Mr. Kirkwood muttered to himself.
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(Original post by alicewonderland)
Mind you, he didn’t want to. Mr. Kirkwood loved his dog. But there comes a time in every ones life, where a break from routine is needed. So, instead of taking his dog for a walk, Mr. Kirkwood ate him. What Mr. Kirkwood did not have the foresight to see, is that the act of eating his dog was performed with the same sterile indifference as the act of taking his dog for a walk – and was therefore a wasted exercise.

The dog didn’t even taste fantastic. “Too stringy”, Mr. Kirkwood muttered to himself.
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perhaps.
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i wonder if this counts as spam?
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i hope so.
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i wonder if this counts as spam?
No. This is spam.

http://www.spam.com/

It might taste a bit like dog, but the makers rely on the fact that few people know what dog tastes like...

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It might taste a bit like dog, but the makers rely on the fact that few people know what dog tastes like...
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And here's the inevitable "Man eating dog" link:

http://www.nbc10.com/news/3378490/detail.html

It seems the dog ate his master's remains. I suppose it made a change from eating his left-overs.

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Mind you, he didn’t want to. Mr. Kirkwood loved his dog. But there comes a time in every ones life, where a break from routine is needed. So, instead of taking his dog for a walk, Mr. Kirkwood ate him. What Mr. Kirkwood did not have the foresight to see, is that the act of eating his dog was performed with the same sterile indifference as the act of taking his dog for a walk – and was therefore a wasted exercise.

The dog didn’t even taste fantastic. “Too stringy”, Mr. Kirkwood muttered to himself.
"What you think of the Chow-chow Mein?" asked the waiter.

"It was rubbery!" replied Mr Kirkwood, secretly thinking that stringy would have been a better epithet. But he was keen to get to the punchline, pay the bill, and go home, so he went along with "rubbery".

"I'm grad you riked it!" said the waiter, with an air of inevitability and resignation. The resignation was accepted by the owner of the restaurant with relief and gratitude.


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