So, who is the guilty party, then? Are you going to launch an investigation? (Maybe it was the milkman. Or the newspaper boy.)
It was my pretty pony all along??? I KNEW they were evil!!
Oh well, I already threw all thos leaves at our ice cream truck guy so the bad blood remains.
That's terrible. Think how many ice-cream sellers world-wide have gone bust now because of this... I hope they don't all sue you. I mean, that's great news. We can go back to not feeling guilty about buying our ice creams, and I'm glad that Penny isn't a road accident statistic.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!Poor Penny screamed the loudest, though.
Wait... so the neighbor saw your poor dog hurt, but didn't do anything about it? Nice... hey, I know, maybe it was the NEIGHBOR!
Ditto Melissa-Exactly my thoughts!
See, to me this is kind of a good thing because when I'm upset or sad, like Penny's previous picture made me, I like to have a little comfort food, i.e. ice cream. But then I saw that picture and I couldn't even think about eating a bite of that horrible, dog foot smashing stuff.Now I can eat it without feeling guilty.The bad thing is that this could have been a really great diet plan. The Poor Penny No Ice Cream Diet. Now that's all shot to hell.
And to think I've been boycotting ice cream! I had better have a gallon tonight to make up for it.I think your neighbor is STILL hiding something!Love the visual you have there:)
Who knew Ice cream could be so dangerous.
E L E V E N T H !
LOL! That was hilarious! You always crack me up!I really mean that.
Well, the pretty pony has something to hide I say!I am still boycotting ice cream trucks and now I am adding neighbors.Justice for Penny!!
OMG...love the reenactment of the thing that never happened. :)
The false re-enactment makes me sad Jean Knee!
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