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Wordless Wednesday - Does this make my butt look big???







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  1. Wow, that's funny! I don't know about making your butt look big, but it sure makes that bed look small! BWAR HAR HAR
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  2. hey, your body may not fit, but it can always be used as a pillow! happy wednesday!

    ♥yuki and rocket

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  3. Oh dear! Or one big pillow
    Benny & Lily

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  4. You may need to petition the humans for a bigger bed!

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  5. Oh my word... this should come with a warning! I laughed so hard. Too cute. : )

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  6. Oh man, who are we to say, right? Tell them you want a bigger bed :)

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  7. You need a bigger bed.

    Thor and Jack

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  8. You Moose, You!!! Yes indeed... it does make your butt look big!!!! LOL

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  9. We think you look adorable, but we also think you need to put a new and bigger bed on your Christmas list:)

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  10. Ummm... that seems a mite small for you!

    Sam

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  11. Awwwww! You look soooo comfy - no your butt looks fine - it just looks like you have a big pillow!
    Nice to find and visit your blog...arooofs from France. My best friend is a Golden Retriever -
    http://bigdogzola.com/2011/07/31/when-toffees-humans-are-away/

    You guys are very funny xx

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  12. Hehehehe.. Looks very comfy! :D

    xo
    Luna

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  13. Ah...someone better go shoppin' and get you a bigger bed!

    BWHahahahahahahahah

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  14. it most certainly does :)Bwahhhh!

    But such a cute pic, I'm glad you shared!

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  15. Dude, as a friend.....well Maybe....

    Bert

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  16. We think that the bed must have shrunk! Did your mom wash it?? xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  17. Yes, it does...We have heard that if you accessorize with a giant purse or bigger bed, it will make your butt look smaller...BOL

    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  18. that is a perfect picture and made me smile, so cute!

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  19. I must admit that you made me quite tearful this morning...because MAXDOG use to do that...lie in King Toffee's bed. It's so cute when they do that.
    And NO, it doesn't make your butt look big - just shows whose boss of the beds, :)
    Sending lotsaluv
    MAXMOM IN SA

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  20. Not at all .. but your head looks a little pointy.

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  21. I love you too, Isaac!!! Love, SJ


    I Ruff you, Isaac!!! Licks, RB

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  22. Hey, we think your bed must have shrunk in the wash!

    The Road Dogs

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  23. LOL what a great sleeping spot!

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