Tuesday, April 20, 2010

the dog ate my homework

The dog did really eat my homework.

No really.

And it's not even my dog.



All sympathetic comments will be gratefully recieved.

That is all.

20 comments:

2paw said...

Oh no!! Surely not that dog?? Look at that cute little face and those puppy dog eyes. It must have been mice, or elves or something. Extreme sympathy.

Rose Red said...

Yep, that dog, with those eyes - guilty!!

Oh noes!!! You totally have my sympathy. I don't think I could ever forgive the dog, and there definitely would have been tears if it was my homework.

Geek Knitter said...

Oh dear... poor you, poor homework.

Luni said...

Now I know why I don't have a dog. It's a cutie, though. Actually, it might be a little easier for me to rip out and reknit a mess that wasn't of my own making for a change.
Maybe I should get a dog...
naaaa!

soknitpicky said...

Oh my! I'm so sorry about your lace :-( From an evolutionary standpoint, it is a very good thing that dog is so darn cute! OMG, look deep into its eyes.

drkknits said...

the getting into the knitting in the first place isnt usually the dogs fault, in my house its usually my lack of supervision, so i cant be cross at him for that. but i can, and am, cross at the HUMAN PERSON who let him go through your stuff like that, and the human person who doesnt think its a big deal. that person and her dog should be banished from your house until they realise the importance of this stuff to you. i would be very upset too.

bellsknits.com said...

Speechless.

travellersyarn said...

I would be so very, very upset. What a way to ruin the week when the kids finally go back to school!

knitting sprouts said...

kill. it.

Maria said...

Oh my goodness - lots of tears I am sure

LynS said...

As I keep saying to drk, I know nothing about dogs...and I'm deeply uninterested in them. I now think this has been a very good life strategy for avoiding such truly dreadful crimes against knitting.

Sheep Rustler said...

When a puppy mine once ate a perfect V neckline. I forgave her because I love her dearly. Someone else's dog now - I think spatchcocking might hepl.

M-H said...

Cute as it is, I'm not sure that it (or it's owner) would have survived my fury. Are knitting needles allowed in prison?

Ann said...

What a shame. It can't be that gorgeous dog! Hope you will be able to fix it - good luck.

artificiallymythic said...

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK! I am a dog person, but even I have to draw the line at that. Are you okay? That was some stunningly gorgeous homework that has been destroyed... are you able to salvage anything?

stitchbliss said...

That is so awful. Even the ruins look pretty, and you can see how much work you have lost. All sympathies.

Melissa said...

I have no words!

Celestial Siryn said...

Bad doggy!

My dog used to try and eat my knitting and run off with my yarn too.

Sheridan said...

grrghgrhhfffffggg!!!! you poor thing. A dog ate my phone charger once, and that wasn't my dog either!! Lucky it's cute.

Yarna said...

Obviously a dog with exceedingly good taste. However, I'm with DrK - it's up to the two legged person to teach the four legged one what is acceptable behavious and what isn't.

Deepest sympathies in any case.