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Wordless Wednesday - Going Green

"A little something on my face?  Why mother, whatever do you mean?"

"Oh.  This?"

"I plead the fifth!"



AROOOOOF!
Boondocks

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  1. LOL!!! That is so cute and NAUGHTY!!! I love Ya'll.

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  2. NAUGHTY!! is right! A green striped Golden just won't do!!!! Shame on you, Moose!!!!!

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  3. Just getting in early for the next St Patricks day - weren't you !

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  4. Nah, I don't see anything green on you! Admit nothing!

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  5. stopping by on the hop.....ok, I can understand how you would get a green mouth, but how do you get the green on top of your head? you must be one talented doggie :)

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  6. Woof! Woof! Don't you worry ... it is water base n erasable. Happy Wednesday. Enjoy your day. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  7. Someone framed you!

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  8. Hope it was the washable markers. Mom is forever after the grandkids not to let their markers fall on the floor:) We scopp them right up.

    Nice of you to go green, just the same, Bert.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  9. Wow, that's really ... um ... green. Are you sure that isn't just a grass stain?!? Well, if it is from a marker, blame the peep who left it within your reach ... that's what I always do! BWAR HAR HAR (Hope it washes off.)
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  10. Thanks goodness for washable markers!

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  11. You scould have told mom it was one of the kids who did it.

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  12. OH Boon, you are such a puppy! And btw, did you just have a growth spurt or something? It looks like you just grew bigger overnight! One minute you were just a little fluffy thing & now you're a dog! What are you eating buddy? BOL!

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  13. Hi Y'all,

    Oh dear! Caught in the act! I'd take the fifth too!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  14. Ought oh! I don't think that's what the markers are for. You're supposed to use them on others when they're napping. Not yourself, silly dog!

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  15. Was it some little green men that did this to you? :-)))

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  16. Yikes!!! I don't think that is what you are supposed to do with those things! And I bet it didn't taste all that good!! You are so silly, Boondocks!

    Puppy Kisses,
    Tanner

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  17. LOL! You have no proof! Green on the face + chewed up green marker could mean anything!

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  18. LOL, "Oh. This?" Cutest thing I've ever seen! :D

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