Skip to comments.Singles Ad by a Black Female, Unique to Say the Least!
Posted on 03/08/2006 7:48:12 AM PST by areafiftyone
This has to be one of the best singles ads ever printed. It is
reported to have been listed in the Atlanta Journal.
SINGLE BLACK FEMALE seeks male companionship, ethnicity
unimportant. I'm a very good girl who LOVES to play. I love long walks in the woods, riding in your pickup truck, hunting, camping and fishing trips, cozy winter nights lying by the fire. Candlelight dinners will have me eating out of your hand. I'll be at the front door when you get
home from work, wearing only what nature gave me. Call (404) 875- 6420 and ask for Daisy, I'll be waiting....
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Over 15,000 men found themselves talking to the Atlanta Humane Society about an 8-week-old black Labrador retriever.
I saw this. Made me chuckle.
I know her type... they can't keep her heads inside the window when you take'm for a ride.
Wow, thank you for this funny, funny thread, and for all the dog pics! Kitties (esp. Viking Kitties) are A-OK, but DOGS RULE!
I WANT ONE!!! It's Sooo Cute!
She looks kinda sad in that photo, but she's very cute and spunky.
Her puppy pic
And what she looks like now
BTW I hope your Lab/Chow is as smart as mine! :>)
See post #49
Cool dog w/o shades . . .
If your dog EVER finds out what you did to his picture, you are DEAD MEAT!
I saw that one in the classifieds next to this lost dog ad:
Reward. Lost dog, Mixed breed mottled color male with mange, blind in one eye, left ear is torn, tail is broken. Recently castrated. Answers to the name of 'Lucky'. Call xxx-xxxx.
LOL! Yeah, I have received this as a forward many times. I think it was a unique idea. If it worked and the dog was adopted, I think it should be done again. What won't men do? If the ad is done right, women might answer one for a male, too. ROFLOL! I mean, you would just have to adopt a dog, or a cat, after you had answered that kind of ad, wouldn't you? Of course, you would have to be checked out as an appropriate adoptive parent.
she's a cutie!
Thank you. She's my little keeper :)
Another agility enthusiast! And a BIG jumper! From the looks of that jump you are at a USDAA event. How much do you trial? What area of the country?
We trial mostly USDAA, some AKC, never tried NADAC although it's pretty big around here (Atlanta GA area). We don't travel very far afield because there are a lot of trials right here, and I promised myself after trekking all over the country showing Siamese cats 25 years ago that I would never do that again!
She gives the jumps a lot of air, which is spectacular looking but slows her down. (At least it means she never knocks a bar. Now, about contacts . . . < g > ) She has her Agility Dog title in USDAA and 2 Qs in Advanced . . . she has her Open and Open Jumpers titles in AKC. Not bad for an amateur handler on her first dog -- she could have really been something with proper training from the beginning.
She also has her UKC Started Hunting Retriever title and is working on her Seasoned . . . we may go for Junior Hunter in AKC first, don't know.
Do you ever trial here in the SE? I'm a member at Sirius Dog Agility over in Decatur, they put on 3-4 trials a year. Double Gamblers and Snooker at every trial, Pairs Relay one day. Plus if you work 6 classes you get a free sweatshirt and they feed you lunch . . . it's a pretty fun scene.
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