I love pickles, but the dogs don’t

Picking up on the theme of “placate” from Fandango’s FOWC, pickles are the only known food our dogs will not eat. To be fair, none of them are overly fond of plain old cucumbers, either … but pickles? They get them in their mouths, make a very strange face (for a dog) and drop them on the floor. They then stare at us with a look that screams: “What IS this stuff? What are you trying to do to us?”

I always point out that they were the ones who asked for it. I didn’t go into the fridge looking for pickles for them. I wanted one for me. I’m particularly fond of the big sour or half-sour dill pickles. I think they might actually eat the sweet ones, but I’m not nearly as fond of them and always go for the dills.

If we had more pickles in the house and fewer tasteless crunchy treats, the dogs would be slimmer and possibly I would be slimmer too. You can eat a huge number of pickles without putting on an ounce. It’s like eating a cucumber with super-powers.

This morning, my darling Garry and I are actually socializing, going for brunch with another couple. He’s an old Channel 7 colleague and she, like me, is the other part of the couple. Two stars and their less famous (but not unworthy) wives.

We’ll make a dynamic duo at the J & M Diner in Framingham!

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9 replies

  1. Indeed “not unworthy!” Love it! You all probably have much in common 🙂 being in the biz together, knowing the ins and outs of it all, many shared stories for sure! Bonus!


  2. My friend’s dog, and sometimes border, Lulu loves sweet pickles. Haven’t tried the dills on her yet but who knows?


  3. I don’t think I’ve ever tried to give our dog a pickle, so I don’t know if she’d like them or not. Maybe I’ll experiment one of these days.


  4. Have fun! And perhaps some good sour pickles at the diner!


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