See this turd muffin? This is my dog. Sort of. I mean, she was a gift for my dude about a year ago. I surprised him by taking him to a shelter to adopt his own dog - and this is the rugrat he decided on. Her name is Jay Peg.
Seeing as she was a gift, I consider her his dog more than mine. I’m a step-owner at best. Yes, I feed her, take her out, give her pets, and help train her, but, that’s where it ends. After a year of living together, Jay Peg and I have developed an odd relationship.
There are days where I honestly think that I’m the Mufasa to her Scar and that she would totally chunk me off the side of a cliff into a sea of wild wildebeests if it meant that she could be able to take over Pride Rock/My Spot on the Couch.
What America Needs
Oh, thank God.
I know so many young children who have chubby, not-yet-grown-and-formed bodies that should read this. I see them running around parks, full of laughter, and think, “UGH, look at how their chubby little arms flob around!”
This book will finally dumb it down for them and let them know that they should be more aware of their body shape and how it is simply too round in today’s society. These kids should have a workout regiment and understand that their Halloween trick-or-treat candy causes unattractive weight gain.
While parents should be taking care that their fat little offspring eat their peas and carrots and understand the importance of vegetable and fruit servings, it is so much simpler to just have the kid read this book. It has pictures!
Besides, young children should be totally aware of their physical appearance at all times and whether or not society would view them as attractive because of it. Start them young! That way, as an anorexic college student with poor self-image, they will have years of experience compared to those who start college and can’t quite get the hang of overcoming hunger pangs by sucking ice cubes.
God bless America! We are certainly on the right track. Buy the book here! Or just leave a review!
It seems that the people who are negatively saying that the new half-black-half-hispanic Spiderman looks like Obama are the same people who think all black people look the same.
Of course, Im making assumptions and could be wrong. KIND OF LIKE THE PEOPLE MAKING NEGATIVE COMMENTS ABOUT BOTH A FICTIONAL COMIC CHARACTER AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.