Happy Labor Day From This Golden Retriever Working Hard For Some Goddamn Attention!

September 2, 2019 / Posted by:

Since today is Labor Day, we here at Dlisted are taking a break from spewing out foolery to swallow down foolery (read: vodka-dipped buns hugging a cheese-covered deep fried bacon-wrapped hot dog) in a backyard kiddie pool. So we’ll be back with our regularly scheduled fuckery tomorrow, but while we’re not “working” today, some are probably working it hard, like Daisy the Golden Retriever who is more annoying and needier than me in a relationship. Although in Daisy’s defense, she’s much less slobbier than me, and probably scoots her b-hole against the floor less too.

Daisy’s human writes that she’s typically as high maintenance and emotionally crazy as my cousin after her third glass of wine at a family gathering, but she really turns it up whenever the pussy of the house gets more attention than her.

“My dog Daisy is extremely high maintenance and needy. When I give too much attention to my cat, this is her reaction. Every single time.”

And here’s Daisy being the dog version of Nermal from Garfield as that cat, sits there all unbothered like and is not-so-secretly loving being that bitch who can rile a trick up.

Never mind that Daisy’s human is cruelly torturing her by not showing her some love too (that’s why God gave you two arms and, Daisy’s human), but maybe something else is going on here. Maybe Daisy knows that the cat is secretly plotting the family’s demise and is trying to warn their asses! If it’s the latter, it’s obviously not working and Daisy is playing right into that evil cat’s plot. What a diabolical mastermind that pussy is.

Pic: YouTube

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