Anyone who’s never heard a cow moo knows what it sounds like. Maybe not in real life, but they know.
They know that a cat says, “Meow” and a duck says, “Quack” and a snake says, “Hssssssss”.
Yes, humans are gifted with other humans who teach them from a very early age what sounds animals make.
When it comes to dogs, though, humans are getting it all wrong. Some dogs might say, “Ruff Ruff” or “Woof Woof” but, for the life of me, I can’t understand why humans don’t teach “Arooo ROOOOO!” (Really, have you ever heard a dog say, “Ruff Ruff”? I haven’t. “Woof Woof” maybe, but not “Ruff Ruff.”)
This, my friends, is what dogs really say. And you don’t have to hear it to know what it sounds like:
And not to mention this:
What You Learned Today:
- Cats say “meow”
- Ducks say “quack”
- Snakes say “hsssss”
- Spiders say “ “
- Baby birds say “cheep cheep”
- Dogs say “Aroo Roo”
- And that’s all there is to it.
- Oh. And pigs don’t say “oink oink,” they say, “grunt grunt”
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