A Job Well Done?

“I’m feeling a little used,” Bernie said, handing both film cans over to Kelo Printz.

“Sorry about that,” Kelo said, “but take comfort in the knowledge of a job well done.”

Whoa. Did that mean we weren’t getting paid? Our finances were a mess. Wasn’t Kelo the client? He was acting like a perp.

“Why is your dog growling like that?” Kelo said.

“Because he’s about to take a chunk out of your leg, you jerk,” said Portia.

Not a bad idea! Portia was growing on me.


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4 Responses to “A Job Well Done?”

  1. B. Stover
    4:33 am on October 7th, 2009

    Go to it Chet!

  2. Gus and Wally
    6:05 am on October 7th, 2009

    We be the two Jack Russell Terrier-ists who are in command of Miss Jan's Farm Home for Wayward, Rescued and Elderly Equines. We KNOW how you feel Chet! Sometimes ya JUST GOTTA BITE SOMETHING. Now for the past few years our favorites were pillows because they make such a lovely, lovely decoration of the room what with things flying everywhere after we bite them a LOT but now you have given us quite a different idea and so we are wondering, what does pant leg taste like esp. if "occupied"???

  3. Rebecca Rice
    9:16 am on October 7th, 2009

    Hey Terrier-ists, would that be Jan's Farm Home for old WREQs? (I do *like* horses, I'm just asking.)

  4. Gus and Wally
    10:24 am on October 8th, 2009

    That WOULD! When asked "what kind of horses" she has (because there is breed-specific prejudice in the horse world as well as the dog world, don't get us started on the people world) and because that question usually has an agenda she replies, "why, I have WREQS! Also Spoiled Rotten Geriatrics! Also OPEC Warmbloods! All of which speaks to "horse-ness" and of course the idea of "dog-ness" which is really truly why we do love Chet because his very "dog-ness" makes him instantly recognizable by everydog and everydogpersons everywhere regardless of label!

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