Doogie got your tongue?

@SomeCowgirl (32273)
United States
April 24, 2009 9:34am CST
I know everyone's heard of "cat got your tongue" but what happens when a dog has it instead? Got this picture joke from a email I regularly receive. Thought it was quite adorable and wanted to share with everyone here on mylot. http://www.cybersalt.org/cleanlaugh/images/06/dogcowtongue.htm
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@KrauseHome (33250)
• United States
13 May 09
Interesting. Still at the same time this is a new catch on "Cat got your tongue for sure." I think at the same time everyone should be making sure not to find themselves getting too close to this Dog as well.
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
13 May 09
Oh I don't think I'd want to get to close to this dog. He's probably the type of dog who catches you with your mouth open and gives you a kiss, lol.
@hellcowboy (7383)
• United States
12 May 09
This is a really good discussion baby and I am sure that everyone has heard the saying cat got your tongue and they use it all the time when it comes to people who do not want to speak for one reason or another,and cat got your tongue does kind of get old,and I have never stopped and thought about what would happen if a dog got your tongue instead of a cat,and I think that is definitely a cute picture and I think everyone should see that picture,and maybe more people will start saying doogie got your tongue to be more original,so maybe you have started a new craze baby which is totally awesome if you ask me,I love you with all my heart and soul, have a great day,good luck with all of your mylotting goals,and Happy Posting.
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
13 May 09
yea but it wouldn't be original if everyone said it, and it does kind of sound like the word for a joint back in the 60's, er, or what I've seen on scooby doo.
• United States
24 Apr 09
Thats to funny. I would never thought of using that saying. Thares a first for everything. Do ggy got your tounge. lol
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
24 Apr 09
If your correcting my spelling, no need, I meant to put two OO's, Doogie instead of doggie. But yea, it is a change, strange and cool way for use of a saying.
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