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Daily Joke: Tired Old Dog Goes to Man's House to Sleep Every Day

Afouda Bamidele
Jul 10, 2021
10:30 P.M.
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Today's #jokeoftheday is about a tired old dog that goes to the neighbor's house every day where he would lay down and sleep. The owner of the house decided to find out what was going on.


A tired old dog always made his way from a few houses away and entered a neighbor's yard, where he would lay down on the couch and sleep. The first time it happened, he walked in quietly, and the neighbor allowed him in.

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When the dog got in, he looked around and found a comfortable spot on the couch. He immediately hopped on it and dozed off. The following day, he was back again, and his neighbor allowed him in.

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This went on for a while until the owner of the house decided he would find out why this was always happening. He observed that the dog always looked well-fed and had a collar, noting that he had a family.

The next time the dog was in the neighbor's house, the neighbor penned a note to the owner letting him know his dog was at his house every afternoon for a nap.


The following day, the pooch was back at the neighbor's house with a return note. The note read, "He lives in a home with four children. He's trying to catch up on his sleep. Can I come with him tomorrow?


Two dog owners were arguing about who had the smarter dog, and they cited different examples. After a while, one of the guys said that his dog wakes up every morning, goes to the store, and buys him a sesame seed bagel.


He added that the tyke would also get him chive cream cheese, pick up his coffee at Starbucks, and go back home to turn on ESPN. He bragged that his dog did all these before he got out of bed.

The second guy looked at him and shared that he already knew all of this. The first dog owner was surprised and asked the second guy how he knew. He replied, "My dog told me."



A dog was on his way to the telegraph office. As he entered, the clerk looked at him and asked about the service he needed. The dog replied that he would love to send out a message.

The clerk attended to him and asked him what the message was. The dog replied: 'Woof woof woof woof woof woof woof." The clerk scribbled for a while and asked the dog to add more words for the same price of service.

The dog thought to himself and wrinkled his forehead in confusion. After a while, he looked up at the clerk and said, "But that wouldn't make any sense."