"What a Curmudgeon!" said Maud. "You got that right," replied Mabel. "I can't believe he had the nerve to complain about us publicly on DaDane of DaWeek." (Mabel and Maud are pretty upset about Phlash's comments last week.) "We meet a good looking dog at the dog park and he invites us home for a romp. He even tells us his people are out of town for a couple of days. I mean, what were we supposed to think?"
Maud doesn't beat around the bush. She comes right to the point, "What were we supposed to think? I'll tell you what we were supposed to think... party-time!! Any red-blooded American dog would think that. How were we to know he'd turn out to be such a party pooper? After fooling around in the backyard for an hour or so, we were ready for some serious partying. And get this he didn't even ask us inside. We had to invite ourselves! Talk about bad manners, once we were inside he didn't offer us anything to eat. It's a good thing we brought along those snacks or we might have starved to death."
"You won't believe this, whispered Mabel, "but he lives with a big orange cat. And he says he likes him. He told us that we'd have to leave if we chased the cat. Can you imagine?! He told us to stay off the furniture, too. How ridiculous."
Maud nodded in agreement. "When you get right down to it, there's only one thing you can do with somebody like that. Ignore him. We just partied on as if he wasn't there. Figured maybe he'd learn a thing or two about having a good time. But you know what? By midnight he was fast asleep."
"Yeah, so don't believe him when he tells you we kept him up all night. Just the opposite. He kept us up all night snoring!"
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