Saturday, December 24, 2016

Let it Snow



Oh the un dog outside is frightful
So I grabbed my loaded rifle
The nutter let it run and go
Had ta shoot that pit bull in the snow

It doesn’t show signs of stopping
Gonna make some lead go popping
My aim is great don’t you know
Have ta shoot that pit bull in the snow

When my rifle rounds kiss it goodnight
Pibble won’t be a bother no more
It’s a shame we can’t say the same
For the ignorant advocate whore

Oh The un dog is slowly dying
And the owner’ll be a crying
Saying where did my pibble go?
Had ta shoot that pit bull in the snow.
Had ta shoot that pit bull in the snow.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Ha! Thanks for the laugh.

Anonymous said...

I love,

"It's a shame we can't say the same
For the ignorant advocate whore"

What would it take for them to admit they're wrong? What would it take for them to accept the truth? They think we're full of hate and need to get educated. HA! Wanting to prevent pit bull maulings is not motivated by hate. It's common sense and filled with compassion for pit bull victims; both humans and other animals. As we all know, pit bull victims are expendable in the eyes of the "ignorant advocate whore". For some reason, someone else's loved one or pet does not matter? I cannot for the life of me understand why?

BAM

Animal Uncontrol said...

Awesome.

anion said...

Just saw a news story about this and thought of y'all: https://www.youcaring.com/dawg-721252?fb_action_ids=10212331558634213&fb_action_types=youcaringcom%3Ashare

It's a two-year-old male pitbull in Detroit who was left behind at his house when his owners moved. Oddly enough, the owners took their smaller dog with them, but left him. I'm sure it's because they just couldn't deal with his affection and intelligence and lovability and loyalty, and has nothing to do with the fact that he's just past "turn-on" age. Of course the pit nutters are jumping to donate money to "save" him and adopt him--he's already found an adopter--and they just can't understand why anyone would abandon such a darling little wiggle-butt (who they can just "tell" from one picture is loving and sweet) while taking their other dog with them. Hmm, why *would* they do that?

How long do you think it will be before he attacks one of the new adopter's pets/children/neighbors/the adopters themselves? (Of course, if he does, we'll never hear about it.)

(Abandoning animals like that is a horrible thing to do, of course. I'm not excusing it, I'm just saying I bet there's a reason.)

Hope you're having a great holiday, Craven, and that you have a happy new year!

Dayna Hamilton said...

That's a good one! Love it!

Dayna Hamilton said...

Love it!

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

thanks anion. i published your comment a while back but just got around to reading it.

fyi, i paid the gofundme nutters a visit and stirred the pot a little.

Meals on Wheels said...

FESTIVE!