call me old fashion but i think your shorts should be longer than your vagina
I love this little guy!
but the one thing that i cannot do is i can’t feckin run
This is Bamse. He was my best friend from the moment we met. I’d always wanted a little dog and finally my parents agreed to let me have one. I was about 14 years old.
One day my stepfather came home and opened the door to my room and said: “Go in and see if she likes you.” And in came this little guy. I was so surprised and happy, he was perfect. Bamse was 8 years old when we got him, which suited us perfectly because this is the first dog we’ve had in the family.
From that day on, my life changed for ever. I was never alone, he was always there, right by my side. He followed me through the house and when I went to bed, he slept right next to me or outside my door. We went on walks three times a day or more, but as an old man, he was really slow. But that was okay. He didn’t like bikes, or people running.
Bamse was always kind, sweet and patient. If I was feeling sad, or cried, he’d jump up with his front paws on my bed and try to comfort me.
When I moved in with my boyfriend, Tom, they soon started to bond as well. Whenever I went to bed and Tom stayed up, Bamse would lay by Tom’s side until he’d go to bed as well, then Bamse would follow. We had folded a duvet for him to sleep on in our room, an old man should be comfortable.
Bamse turned deaf when he was 15 years old. He would sleep until we would wake him for his morning walk. He also had the habit of sneezing a lot. And sometimes he’d sneeze so hard he’d smack his snout to the floor.
Bamse was a happy and healthy dog to the end of his days. I will miss him to the end of mine. He was my best friend for so many years. He died 16 years old, in my arms. I love you, Bamse.
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I love him!
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Norway is very geographically important to Scandinavia. One of it’s most notable attributes is keeping Finland, Sweden, and Denmark from looking like a penis with a bit of spunk.
This might be Norway’s most important contribution to the world.
That’s cool. We’ll just sit here with all our oil, money and beautiful nature :)