Friday, July 26, 2013

FRANKLIN FRIDAY: SOME BUDDY POOPIED IN THE BEDROOM

Hi, Every Buddy! It's me me me me me, Franklin the Bordernese. I have kinda bad news. Some buddy poopied in the bedroom. Mom got up Thursday morning and found it -- with her foot.


I don't know who poopied. It coulda been me, but I don't remember doing that and I would never poopie in the house on purpose.

You shoulda heard Mom. She asked us if we had gas because the bedroom was stinky. She didn't have her glasses on yet and all of a sudden she let out this aieeeeeearghbleahoooooeeee screamity noise.

I wonder if Mom poopied and made that noise because she wanted to pretend it wasn't her, or maybe she was surprised that she poopied on the rug.

It was gooshy, and it smooshed between Mom's toes.

Yeah. She wasn't happy about it.

There were four piles. Mom cleaned it up. She definitely was not happy.

I love you all, Every Buddy, and I hope you don't have poopie problems.


Franklin the Bordernese

32 comments:

  1. Oh, Franklin, while I sympathize with your mom's terrible predicament, I did have to laugh, loudly. Don't tell her, though. No sense in making her feel worse.

    Did someone eat something with a lot of fiber in it?

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    1. Scout bragged that he got a rawhide chew when I went to the groomer on Wednesday. Maybe it upset his tummy. He hadn't had one in a long time, and Scout always eats everything too fast.

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  2. Laughing laughing laughing. Yes, I'm laughing AT you, not with you. :P

    -andi

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    1. Us doggies like laughing. We'll laugh with you, but if you ever need it, then we'll laugh at you.

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  3. No poopy problems here in my camp!!

    Sorry to here that this has happened!

    Maybe you should take Mommy out for a walk before bedtime...LOL!!

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    1. I know that's good advice, Sophie, but it's really hard to get Mom to go out when she's sleepy.

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  4. Thanks, Franklin, but no poopie problems yet. But it's only a matter of time.

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    1. Mom says lotsa old people have poopie problems. Either they go all the time or they can't go at all. I feel sorry for people. I'd rather be a dog, and that's what I am so it's a good life for me.

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  5. OY! No offense, but I think I'd rather stick with cleaning up cat barf and an occasional hairball than step into a gooey pile of poo in my bare feet. Sounds like "somebody" might have to wear a doggie diaper...

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    1. No buddy needs a doggie diaper. I think Mom needs a diaper.

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    2. Note from JJ: I once stepped in a hairball with bare feet. It was pretty nasty, but poop really sucks.

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  6. Oh gross. My toes are curling.

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    1. Yeah. I was too smart to step in it.

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  7. I hope everyone is finished with their poopie problems. I'm looking all around my chair before I get up. Just in case it happens here.

    Happy Weekend!

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    1. We hope you don't have poopie around your chair.

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  8. Franklin my buddy! Sooner or later mommy is going to find out the truth and may I suggest to your good doggie sense that it may be time to fess up and let mommy know that this can sometime happen to the best of us!
    I am sure she will understand and appreciate your honestly. Good luck.

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    1. I'm blaming Scout. He's not as smart as I am. heheheheheheheh

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  9. Yep. I could have written this one. It's been a long time but I still remember that feeling.

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    1. Did you poopie on the floor, Mr. Rick?

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  10. Oh, no, someone poopied. Hopefully no one will rat on anyone else and then no one will get in trouble!

    I haven't stepped in poop since I was a kid, but I've stepped in cat vomit. Lots. I don't know why, but it makes me madder when I have socks on, than when it's my bare foot. Darn vomiting cats.

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  11. I'm reading this at work during a break (nightshift) and I'm sitting here laughing hysterically! Thank you! I needed that.

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    1. Mom didn't laugh, but she's glad you did.

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  12. This made me laugh and go eww......now Franklin if you did the poopie and don't remember that is not good how can a doggie not remember pooping.....I would scream if I stepped in it because it is gross.......

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    1. Mom screamed real loud. I don't think I poopied. I think it was
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  13. OMG! I've had cats leave me dead mice I stepped on in the morning, but a big old pile of dog poop I have (gladly) not experienced. I can totally relate to Mom's being upset...and why nobody has confessed to the deed. ;)

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    1. Maybe Mom would be happier if we killed something for her to cook.

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  14. Oh, Franklin, it's OK, accidents happen. Too bad you mom stepped in it though. I have never done that -- not yet anyway. Soldier has poopie problems, he can't control it because he's kind of lame back there. So if it wants to come during the night, it comes. As long as it is not the runs, I don't mind.

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    1. Yeah, Mrs. Inger, accidents do happen. The rug is brown and Mom didn't have her glasses on. That's why she got such a big surprise.

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  15. Look at that face, I know you couldn't have done it, not on purpose.

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