Last night was kinda interesting... I was watching television for a few, before I headed out for date night, when I heard a hellacious racket outside. The dog bowl was bouncing around almost sounded like some sort of battle going on out in my backyard. At first I thought my parents had dropped Roscoe off and just didn't tell me about it then I realized that if they had done that there would've been some howling punctuating all the ruckus going down. Well, after that dawned on me I went out there and what the heck did I see when I pulled back the drapes to go out there? I was thinking I was going to see a squirrel or something along that line but oh no. I pull them back and there's this huge blocky head with a monstrous underbite bounding back and forth across the patio. Turned out it was this big old spastic boxer dog. I went out there with him and he was all over me. I can't remember the last time I ever got mugged the way that guy laid into me. I have no idea how long he had been out there but it must've been awhile cause he was a thirsty old pup. I thought it was kind of funny watching the guy drink. I've never seen a boxer up close so it was interesting seeing him overcome that overbite of his. Guess it was a good thing he wasn't afraid to put his snout down in it. Anyways, I had enough fun and we went out to find the guy's home and that was interesting. We started out going door to door and we made it two doors down the street and there were folks outside. The dog was uh, "high-energy" and it was hilarious seeing him interact with one of their kids. The little boy couldn't have been more than five or six, if that, and I almost laughed at him as his eyes widened when that dog tried to play. Think I would've if his parents hadn't been out there as well. Anyways, not too long after that a car pulled up and it turned out to be the dog's owner. I was EXTREMELY happy when that happened. There is no way I'd want to have a three year old boxer pup to take care of and come to think of it Roscoe wouldn't have appreciated a roommate either at his advanced age.