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To think I’m pretty much doomed?

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HoneyDragon Wed 06-Dec-17 11:37:08

Judging by my dog’s reaction to something in the garden THAT ISN’T THERE.

She has just leapt on me Scooby Doo style and spent ten minutes shaking a staring out the window in horror?

EduCated Wed 06-Dec-17 11:41:42

Oh she has a good look of fear. Have you thought about doggy drama classes?

HoneyDragon Wed 06-Dec-17 11:44:50

Omg! Do you think she’s faking it and gaslighting me?!

TheFaerieQueene Wed 06-Dec-17 11:52:21

Have you run out of treats?

EduCated Wed 06-Dec-17 11:52:59

It's the eyebrows that are doing it.

Do dogs even have eyebrows?

HuskyMcClusky Wed 06-Dec-17 11:54:49

I don’t know, but you’ve very much got fuckin tinsel on that tree.

Do you not read mumsnet properly?? angry

LurkingHusband Wed 06-Dec-17 11:58:33

doggy drama classes

please, please, please tell me that this isn't .... "a thing" ... (waits nervously)

CJCreggsGoldfish Wed 06-Dec-17 12:01:54

My dog once had a bit of a bonkers reaction to the was a rat under the decking! My first reaction was to burn the house down, but with some well placed rat poison and some prayers we got through it.

handslikecowstits Wed 06-Dec-17 12:06:16

Try living with a noise sensitive jack russell. The little twat does this every five minutes. It frightens the living shit out of you.

HoneyDragon Wed 06-Dec-17 12:39:48

But that’s the special crap kitchen tree we specifically buy the most gaudy decs and tinsel for. (The other trees have tinsel too, but read and gold).

I do read Mumsnet properly. If I didn’t I wouldn’t have found out about the giant Asda Christmas gnomes <pats gnome fondly>

TalkinBoutWhat Wed 06-Dec-17 12:47:19

A squirrel, digging close to where his bone is buried. Betcha.

Floellabumbags Wed 06-Dec-17 12:51:20

Christmas gnomes? I need one.

Your dog is traumatised. I think she should come and live with me for a while and you can have my twat of a greyhound who pissed on the Christmas tree.

HoneyDragon Wed 06-Dec-17 12:55:40

If pissing on trees is as bad as he gets than I’ll deffp sea him for Hullygully grin

HoneyDragon Wed 06-Dec-17 12:56:02

deffo swap

Floellabumbags Wed 06-Dec-17 12:59:55

He's ruined Christmas HoneyDragon I'm taking this to the Faily Mail.

LadyinCement Wed 06-Dec-17 13:02:04

What's so significant about 1922?!

averylongtimeago Wed 06-Dec-17 13:04:15

It's a Labrador. He's seen something eating some food he can't get to now, but was saving for later.

spiderlight Wed 06-Dec-17 13:08:16

My 14-year-ild dog did a vertical leap about three feet into the air this morning in terror at what appeared to be a leaf. Exactly the same as the 3,000 other leaves he'd just walked through without a second glance.

whiskyowl Wed 06-Dec-17 13:09:35

I love your tree! <misses point>

DamnItall Wed 06-Dec-17 13:16:29



BadTasteFlump Wed 06-Dec-17 13:16:32

I think he's just spotted your Christmas Tree and crapped himself thinking he's been time-warped back in the 1980's grin

Mummyoflittledragon Wed 06-Dec-17 13:17:30


ConciseandNice Wed 06-Dec-17 13:20:07

WTF? There's a thing as too much tinsel.

I had a Christmas gnome that was the image of my dad and for years my kids called him Grandpa gnome, but he got destroyed by an angry relative (maybe my dad).****heads to Asda, bag in hand and hopes held high**

TheWhyteRoseShallRiseAgain Wed 06-Dec-17 13:21:03

You are completely doomed <therefore send giant Asda gnomes to me please?>

UrsulaPandress Wed 06-Dec-17 13:23:20

That is one scared hound.

Dogs can see ghosts you know.

Or is that horses?

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