Anyroo, let me give you something to chew on today. Just because it’s Thursday.
Did you ever wonder where the phrase “curb your dog” came from? Walking dogs along the curb, supposedly, helps poop end up in the streets and down the storm drains instead of on sidewalks or grass.
But wait, why would anybody want poop to end up down the storm drains? That means, when you think about it, that people should just poop in the street, too, so that their nasty bacteria end up in the same place as the dog poop: in the rivers, streams and oceans.
What You Learned Today:
- I tend to do some great thinking when I’m chewing on my cow toes.
- Like today, for instance.
- I was wondering where all the new poop is coming from in Our neighborhood.
- Nobody’s picking it up.
- So, when I walk around minding my own business (and having my business picked up by my peeps thank you very much), I can pick up nasty germs and get infected with, oh, I don’t know, a nice case of whipworms. Yeah.
- People can be so self centered, can’t they?
- Oh me. What’s a guy to do?