MOL - we tried to eat some cookbooks. Dey didn't taste like da pickshures looked.
Oh great. Now you have some chewed up electrical components.
BOL - at first we thought you were serious:)Woos - Lightning and Misty
Put some salt and pepper on those transistors.
Hahaha! Bentley ate one of our kid's yearbook but thankfully hasn't destroyed any books.
hhmm never thought about chewing on books.hugsHazel & Mabel
Crikey ..... she loved 'em alright!! Almost loved 'em to death, aye?? I've never been into books much ...
BOL!!! I gots to say, I have never had a need to 'read' a book. Maybe cause most of ours are outta my reach...though....now that I thinks about it...if I move the chair just right....gotta goKisses,Ruby ♥
You have just reminded me of Bertie's 'book loving phase. Thankfully now past!Cheers, Gail.
the teacher of the mama always said you have to internalize a book to understand it... and that's what Bell a did LOL
I never developed the taste for books. Suddenly, I'm feeling like I missed out☺
Hehe, I've even tried that on the corners of Mum's kindle!And, as fur magazines, well they are certainly fair game!!!!Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
LOL! Just keep a close eye on that tablet! I hear they are tasty, too!
Bella - To combine culture and nutrition is a rare skill.
Oh mom just love loves books...real books...never a kindle for her.I got a really good report at the vet today. Ask your mom to check her email.Hugs madi your bfff
Butt we thought being a book lover was a good thing! Did they taste like chicken?Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
Yep sometimes you have to chew on story line to get the gist of the book. A good book is always tattered because you go back to it many times.Sweet William The Scot
Samba was also a book lover. That's why there's a gate across the library door.
BOL BOL BOL we nose someone who was like dat and her name was Angel Ginger...She was a book lover, wall lover, couch lover, baseboard lover.......we could go on & on ;)xoxo,Matt & Matilda