I’ve got cute dogs, so why not make them earn their keep by being social (and hopefully not peeing on anyone’s leg). One of my meetup groups posted a fun evening out where everyone gathers with their dog(s) at a great outdoor venue in the evening with chairs, blankets, refreshments, etc…. and they show a movie on a big outdoor screen! How cute an idea is that?! As it’s a month away and hopefully I’ll be hobbling along well enough to maneuver this outing, I RSVPd and in the comments posted which of my dogs I would be bringing. A not-so-shabby looking fellow posted after me saying which of his dogs he was bringing and asked me a question. Hmmmmm, we could be on to something. His meetup profile was decent, he could spell properly, he’s obviously a dog lover and was smart enough to strike up a conversation with me. 😉 We banter back and forth a couple of times regarding our dogs and his last post was that he was bringing his Schnoodle, but ‘we’ also have a terrier mix as well.
Oh. Well that’s never good. ‘We’ could mean so many different things. He has a room-mate, he has a girlfriend, he is married (this isn’t a singles group) or maybe he’s gay. Then again, it could have nothing to do with him being in a relationship. It could just mean that he lives with his parents and was talking about the family dogs. Oh, wait …………. *sigh*