Sure, I love her.
But sometimes I just want to be her.
I’m Jealous of My Dog
Even when there’s frost on the ground, Honey can go out barefoot.
We were both kept up all night by the mice. But she gets to sleep in.
Leaving her things all over the floor is considered cute.
Maybe blonds really do have more fun.
She missed all the bad music of the 1980s and has never heard of Tears for Fears.
No matter how cold it gets, she’s already dressed in ear flaps and a fur coat.
If Honey does something rude, everyone blames me.
She never gets email.
Honey always has an excuse for not going to boring events—she’s a dog.
No one ever tries to argue her out of her political beliefs.
Why can’t I play with squeaky toys? They look so fun.
My husband never spontaneously says of me, “Look how cute she is!”
Honey never finds my hair all over her bed.
Is My Dog Jealous of Me?
Of course, I do have one advantage over her.
I can pee whenever I want to. Bwa ha ha ha. Bwa hahahahahahahahahahahaha!
Are you jealous of your dog? Or is your dog jealous of you?
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