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One-Liner Wednesday – Limp Biscuit?

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Seriously, Milk Bone?

(Photos depict a Milk Bone dog biscuit bent at about a quarter of the way to the end, giving it a rather interesting appearance.)


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Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

31 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Limp Biscuit?

  1. That milk bone certainly has some great texture and shape, Linda 🙂 .

    I might add in a line for 1LineWed today–I’ve thought of it for a long while now, but have never managed it.

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  3. Haha! And now J-Dubs’ song is funnier! 😛

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  6. I normally don’t follow one-liner wednesday, but as I was scrolling through the reader and saw the photo I had to stop and look. Really MilkBone? (Which in itself is funny looking at the picture.) 😀

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  10. Having worked in food manufacture, I can tell you that one probably wasn’t finished cooking when they put it in the box. I’d throw it out.

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  15. Yet I would bet your dog managed to eat that biscuit, regardless of what it looked like. LOL

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  17. That is so funny – I find those weird shaped things in my dog’s Greenies bag sometimes. He seems to reject them, hope Winston just gobbles his up instead of rejects them!

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  19. That’s pretty funny. Linda, you find the oddest things.

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  20. There’s always that one in the crowd that has to be different.

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  27. Ha ha! Oh that’s funny!

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