|"I read, therefore I am."|
Now let's face facts. I love to dig, especially into a good book.
If I wasn't born a dog, I'd be a bookworm, which is a lot healthier for you than heart worms or tape worms I can assure you.
In any event, let's take a look at the list of books I've read since the last time I did a column on this.
"I Didn't Do It!" by Ivan Alibi
Right. But what do the facts say?
More For Your Money by Max Amize
Saving money is a good thing, except I will not eat cheap dog food!
Gone Fishing by Rod Andreel
This wasn't a bad book, but some of the fishing stories were hard to believe. Besides, what dog actually eats fish?
Cry Wolf by Al Armist
It's getting to the point where even our shadows are afraid of their shadows!
Bee Keeping For Beginners by A. P. Arry
The buzz on this book was pretty good.
Auto Wrecks by Bahd Driver
It wasn't a good book, but I just couldn't turn away from it until I finished.
The Truancy Problem In Education by Marcus Absent
You have to get your children interested in school before they'll stay in school.
I Love Bullfighting by Matt Adore
The author did. I didn't. Was rooting for the bulls throughout the entire book!
How To Annoy Those You Love by Aunt Agonize
Was hoping to find out how to control my flea problem better. Then I realized that despite how they feel about me, I certainly don't love them.
Positive Reinforcement by Wade Gogh
♪"Making your way in the world today, takes everything you got.
Taking a break from all your worries, sure would help a lot."♫
The History of Soda Pop by Ginger Aile
This book was quite refreshing!
The McDonald's Banquet by Tommy AykEverybody has their own taste. Please hold the pickles on mine.
Well, that's it for this weekend. Have a great week everybody and please be back here next time for more Sunday Funnies!—AtP.