What Our Dogs Taught Us About the Motive Behind Abu Grhaib
Our four pound puppy, Sofi, will sometimes run headlong into our 65 pound Sedona. She then does smart thing as quick as she can. She gets low, starts licking the air around Sedona as if to say, “here let me clean you off,” or “I’m sorry, I didn’t know this was your territory.”
However, the smartest thing she does, is roll over, lift her leg and show Sednoa her vajayjay. Sedona (a female too) sniffs “that little thing is no threat to me,” and moves on.
Our 20 pound Derby (a male) if caught in the open, will do the same thing. Get low, start licking, and show his dick.
I think Sedona thinks the same think about Derby’s dick and she does Sofi’s vajayjay.
Deep down? I think that was the strategy being employed in Abu Ghraib.
UPDATE: It was suggested I try this at home!
A study published in the April issue of the Journal of Counseling Psychology (and reported in Live Science)has determined that wives have more power than their husbands in making decisions and dominating discussions.