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My friend Joe Moscrop is now a dog…

By Marcus Santer

Joe always said when he died he’d like to come back as a dog.


One day Joe died.

Yesterday I saw a dog that looked just like Joe chasing a ball across the golf course.

I sneaked up to him and whispered, “Is it you Joe?”

He said, “Yes and am I happy!”

I said, “Why?”

He said, “For the first time in my life, I now get plenty of walks in the fresh air, I eat good food, get lots of time to relax and recharge and as a result I’ve got bundles of energy and zest for life. In fact it was too much stress, a lack of exercise and a crappy diet that finished me off. That’s why I died.”

“Goodness Joe,” I exclaimed, “Why didn’t you tell me that’s what you wanted sooner? I would’ve told you about The Healthy Ageing Digest, it’s full of tips and ways to stay young and age well.”

“G’wan,” said Joe. “Such information would cost a fortune and how reliable would it be anyway?”

“Maybe,” I replied, “but you can try The Digest risk free for two months and everything in it is tried and tested by the author or scientifically backed by thorough research. So you can trust it.”

“Swell,” said Joe, “My owner needs information like that, I’ll tell him about The Healthy Ageing Digest. Maybe he’ll give me a juicey bone. And gosh, do I love bones!”

And with that he bounded off back across the golf course happier than a dog with two tails.

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Bye for now


P.S. This conscience of mine means I have to tell you the original idea for this post came from an advert George Gribbin created in 1938 for Arrow Shirts.

I simply modified it.

Right time for Louis walk…

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