Jun 9, 2010
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Puppy:  What are these cords attached to our stomachs?
Poncho:  They're in case you're defective, so they can reel you back and strip you for spare parts.
Puppy:  Help!  They're pulling me back for spare parts!
Poncho:  Relax.  It'll all be over soon....
Jun 11, 2010
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    comYics  almost 8 years ago

    XD crazy.

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    COWBOY7 GC Insider almost 8 years ago

    Now that’s just mean, Poncho!

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    ladywolf17  almost 8 years ago

    That is a dirty trick Poncho, but I like it “Hee, hee!”

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    ksoskins  almost 8 years ago

    If you can only do umbilical cord pranks once in a lifetime, you should certainly go for it.

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    mrsullenbeauty  almost 8 years ago

    That one had a different dad.

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    Mitstan  almost 8 years ago

    Wow, his evil side knows no bounds… I feel so sorry for the poor thing…

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    thampacks  almost 8 years ago

    be nice poncho - one of those is your rich brother

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    harm1994  almost 8 years ago

    We have now just met Hanna Acord the puppy that never will be the same…. “Come on Hanna get out of the closet it’s time for a walk”

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    atomico.79  almost 8 years ago

    XD Hahaha! What a dirty little bastard…

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    cleokaya  almost 8 years ago

    What a little dickens. I wonder if each pup in the litter acquires a Spanish name?

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    jollytimes  almost 8 years ago

    PONCHO!!!!!!!!! BEHAVE….. BAD DOG

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    jchou820  almost 8 years ago

    cleokaya: Well, there was the one named Orlando, so probably not.

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    ponsui  almost 8 years ago

    jchou820: Actually, Orlando is a name of spanish origin.

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    fritzoid GC Insider almost 8 years ago

    And strictly speaking, “Poncho” isn’t Spanish, or at least “Spanish from Spain”… It derives from Native Chilean (Araucanian) pontho, a type of woolen fabric.

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    davidenie  almost 8 years ago

    So THAT’S the reason for that cord! lol.

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