You’ll excuse me, I’m sure, if I go missing for the day.
I gave the dog a large piece of steak as a present for the day. Most seem to advise no chocolate for dogs, so I settled for a T-Bone.
It appeared to impress him, but he didn’t eat the salad.
Equally impressive was the inventiveness of the youth:
Reuters reports that the boy, who lives in a town roughly 65 miles north of Oslo, Norway, woke up early one morning, packed his 18-month-old sister into the family car and drove toward their grandparents’ house several towns over, local police said.
A spokesperson for the police department said, “The parents woke up and discovered that the children were missing and that someone had taken off with their car. They were pretty upset, as you can imagine.”
The boy drove more than six miles before he veered off the road and crashed. A snowplow driver found the car a short time later, at which time police say the boy told the driver that he was a dwarf and that he had forgotten his driver’s license at home.’
‘There;s been a couple of times I wish I could think that fast.
From the reaches,