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By 21ShitCleaner / Tuesday 21 April 2015 12:51 / United States - Poway
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By  cutycat136  |  28

Well, let's hope that tonight your father has a better surprise for you than the one this morning from your dog. Maybe your dad is just trying to make you think there isn't one by doing that.

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  Mauskau  |  32

Several years ago I got ill on holiday, walked into the bathroom door whilst half asleep and threw up all over it. My sister called my mum saying "Happy birthday mum, Zabrina's just been sick, come and clean it up.". D:

By  Oppression_fml  |  19

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  Kitty_Kat44  |  31

Why not? He's the one who saw it and was hopefully aware it was op's birthday. Kind of rude to wake someone up for that when he could have just picked it up himself.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  31

Seriously though, how many parents are throwing surprise parties or getting the birthday guy up at 5 am to say happy birthday and give presents? I'm confused as to why you thought they'd be doing that at 5 am. Do they usually wake you up that early to celebrate? I also understand the dad wanting you to clean it up. My dad doesn't like dogs, but got me one for my birthday and the dog is completely my responsibility. If the dog crapped on the floor and he saw it while getting ready for work, he'd probably call me to come get it too. Although he'd say happy birthday and give me a hug and kiss first. But I don't think he could bring himself to clean it up even if it was my birthday, he just really dislikes the messes dogs make, and plus he'd be in his suit all ready to go to work.

By  cutycat136  |  28

Well, let's hope that tonight your father has a better surprise for you than the one this morning from your dog. Maybe your dad is just trying to make you think there isn't one by doing that.

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