Erma Bombeck Dog Quotes
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Below are six Erma Bombeck dog quotes. Bombeck was an American humorist known for writing about the lives of the typical suburban family.

She wrote a syndicated column, from which several popular books were published, including I Lost Everything in the Postnatal Depression, The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank and Motherhood, the Second Oldest Profession.

Every puppy should have a boy.


I've decided life is too fragile to finish a book I dislike just because it cost $16.95 and everyone else loved it. Or eat a fried egg with a broken yolk (which I hate) when the dog would leap over the St. Louis Arch for it.


Kids have little computer bodies with disks that store information. They remember who had to do the dishes the last time you had spaghetti, who lost the knob off the TV set six years ago, who got punished for teasing the dog when he wasn't teasing the dog and who had to wear girls boots the last time it snowed.


When a child is locked in the bathroom with water running and he says he's doing nothing but the dog is barking, call 911.


When you leave them in the morning, they stick their nose in the door crack and stand there like a portrait until you turn the key eight hours later.


Youngsters of the age of two and three are endowed with extraordinary strength. They can lift a dog twice their own weight and dump him into the bathtub.

Erma Bombeck

Erma Bombeck
Erma Bombeck

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