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#@!!..*^%$$$!.stupid *^!...! @#!! dog!!

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Posted by Cindi on June 16, 2003 at 03:57:23 from (

Yesterday, as is NOT my habit, I leaned over the fence to feed the pasture dogs. I'm a big girl, I have some common sense, so I figured it wouldn't be a problem to lean in, put the pan down, and get my arm back out without touching the electric fence. I wasn't counting on Girl rubbing herself affectionaltely against my hand, so when she did so, pushing my arm into the electric fence, it came as quite a shock. Literally. For both of us.

My husband was walking back from the boar pens, and when I started cussing and jumping around trying to shake the sting out of my arm, he just stopped and stared.

"#@!!....*&^%$$$!...stupid *&^!...! @#!! dog!!"

"What the hel*s the matter with got tourettes syndrome?"

"I don't think you can 'catch' tourette's syndrome Fred." I said, when I could begin to make sense again. "I touched the dam* electric fence."

"Oh, it's workin', huh?"

"Yeah, it's workin' huh."

"Oh. Good."

I learned my lesson about leaning over the fence and Girl learned that her new name is
#@!!....*&^%$$$!...stupid *&^!...! @# dog!!

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