Dog end

24Aug10

Despite my son collecting GCSE results like a super luxury hotel trying to be first in the yellow pages listing, the summer holidays drag on. Boredom drives my youngest daughter to clear out broken and unwanted toys from her room.

Into the black bin liner alongside various pieces of shattered plastic and torn cardboard goes a toy dog which woofs electronically when disturbed.

Now the wheelie bin barks when moved.

The bin men come tomorrow. The timing of this may not be perfect.

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