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Daddy has not got a Rufuz
by Ed Matlack

Monday, March 13, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Sometimes its hard to train daddy's, they don't pick up new things very well...R


I walk to the door,

I look out & lay on the floor,

Then back to daddy I walk,

Then again to the door,

I need to learn how to daddy to talk…


He just pets me and scratches my back,

I know he loves me, its nothing like that,

I just want out, before to bed he does go,

Before the storms from the west do as well blow…


Noises he hears from out of doors,

Standing by the door am I on all fours,

My eyes burning through the screen,

To my daddy I do really implore,

But as usual, it takes him sometime,

As he is on the internet, there for the night he does explore…

© Rufuz ~ 3.13.06

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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 3/14/2006
Rufuz, you are absolutely right, Daddy's are not the best to pick up new tricks. But the advice you've got from Ed and Karla should work, might take a couple of times, though. Lots of cuddles and scratches behind your adorable ears, Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/14/2006
Rufuz don't you know that trying to train the "male" human, is almost impossable...they seem to be slow learners...
love and peace, Carole
Reviewed by Henry Lefevre 3/14/2006

Now, isn't that the way with us humans. We just have a hard time reading body language.

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/14/2006

LOL at Eddie K's review. If Daddy don't get the hint, just piddle or poo on the floor once. He'll get the message. LOL

Daddies (and Mommies) are hard to train, you got that right. (And they think they're the most intelligent species...sometimes, they don't have a clue who's really the brains of the outfit!)

Excellent write, and I love that pic. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/14/2006
Dear Rufie,

Here's a little tip for you: We learned long ago that the best way to get our Dad to walk us was to prance around his chair - fartin up a storm. Usually gets his attention pretty quick, especially if Mom starts blaming him. Try it, and let us know how it works.

Best Regards,
Chica, Turbo, Junior & Tootin Tater
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/14/2006

Your writings always delight me! How can daddy say no to such a cute face like yours?? It's Un-American! LOL

Cute write; very well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love (and many pats), your Human Friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/14/2006
Awwwww how could anyone ever say no to you Rufuz????

Take care!!

love Aunty Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/13/2006
Rufuz, you'd better tell dad that if he takes you shopping he'd better lock the doors or I'll come and steel you.Does he know how lucky he is to have such a great dog, that is also best of show;-)!

smooch woof woofie;-)
Reviewed by Missy Cross 3/13/2006
Rufuz - you are one talented canine - clearly you take after Daddy!

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