No dog's what? No dog's breakfast?
I see there's a special bonus unnecessary apostrophe today. Excellent.
Obviously the tree is "not owned by any dog." Meaning there is a dog that owns it.
my husband took that with my second camera when I was shooting an engagement session in newport RI. what a special surprise THAT was to find on my camera later!!! hahaha
Words cannot explain how much I hate improperly pluralized words.
hey, i'm from there. where in newport?
Kellie: yes. WTF are the words possessing, might I ask?
the S looks like it is upside down. and is this really the best way to display the sign?
And I thought I would be the first to comment on the vile, random apostrophe. I should have known!
Oh, man! I want that sign!
Break it downThe sign on the tree says it is no dog's. No dog owns this treeThe quotes mean either that either a specific dog DOES own it or they are quoting the guy who maintains the parkOr it may be short for 'no dog is'. Someone is being poetic and saying that no dog is a tree. In other words a dog needs more than water and sunshine, unlike a treeI think that I shall never seeA poem as lovely as a treeAnd never shall I gaze a logWho fetches as well as a dog
hahaha! sophont1107 - that is fabulous
i'm peeing with laughter! this may be my fave one yet.
I prefer to interpret the sign to mean "there is no dog that owns this tree," i.e. if anyone or anything owns the tree, he/she/it is not a dog at all (or the tree is not owned by anyone, even a dog).And, yes, the S is upside down.Great blog!
Perhaps "No Dog's" = Dogs own you. Yes, it's true.Not you, or any tree, owns dogs.Who picks up the poop?Don't even look at this tree.You just stepped in poop.It's a stretch.
Is this the same as "No Man's Land". Does a particular dog actually own the tree or do "all" dogs own the tree or do "no" dogs own the tree. I'm so confused...
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