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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Guide Dogs For The Blind

A common theme often arises when discussing Guide Dogs for the Blind or Seeing Eye Dogs as they are sometimes called, and that is the question of who cleans up after it defecates.

With this in mind, I sometimes think that the blind are missing out on some good fun. What could be more fun than giving a Guide Dog a big turkey dinner laced with laxatives and then taking it shopping.
One of the advantages that the blind possess is that their other senses are heightened. A keen sense of smell can add to their delight. Whilst walking their anally distressed mutt through a pristine store, the whimsical handler's sense of smell should alert them to the presence of the canine's deposits. This allows them to step in it and walk it through the store. I would be curious to see how long it would be before somebody had the nerve to challenge a blind person.
 

 



22 comments:

  1. You mad bastard. Where do you get this shit from?.......Oh yeah, a guide dog.

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  2. OMG! This one cracked me up.

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  3. I would love to see someone do this.

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  4. I laughed so much I peed myself a little :(

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  5. There is a fat blind girl who passes my house every evening with her guide dog. It always poops right in front of my house. She must know the dog is doing it.

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    1. You should scoop it up and throw it at her.

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    2. Are you for real? Who throws dog turds at a blind person?

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    3. I'm an equal opportunities dog turd thrower. Why should the disabled miss out?

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    4. Thank you for the compliment kind Sir.

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    5. You really do have issues

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  6. If you did it in Lidl, I don't think anyone would notice.

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    1. It would smell better than some of their customers

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  7. You could put some alka seltza in the dog food and the guide dog would look like it has rabbies.

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