If you live on the East Coast, then you're already having a particularly bad case of the Mondays thanks to the frigid temps and precipitation that just won't let up. And for the rest of the country, no matter what the weather, it's still Monday, which means you're longing for Friday even though it seems light-years away. Because of all that, we're going to let you in on a little secret. Here at Delish, when we're having a bad day, we like to look at exactly two things on the internet: cute dogs and cute cakes.
My Dog Ate My Homework – Kenn Nesbitt's lesexpertscomptables.info
In a strange turn of events, a boy proved a dog really did eat his homework. Darren James Lamban and his cousin JB Barit captured footage of their dogs Sam, a husky, and Mayor, a pug, tearing their schoolwork apart. The two boys from Antipolo in the Philippines fell asleep on the couch after doing their homework — and chaos ensued. Security recordings showed Sam grabbing the pile of papers from the entertainment center tabletop. The dog shook his head to rip the homework up. Then Mayor, who was sitting on one of the sleeping boys, jumped off the couch to join in on the feast.
Basically, this is any child character explaining to his teacher why he hasn't done his homework. This will be either a lie, which may or may not be believed, or a Cassandra Truth. If it is the latter, expect them to also bring in the evidence proving their case such as moist bits from homework, or even the animal itself. The most common variant involves a dog, but other animals can be used as well. Though this has become a Dead Horse Trope , and children rarely use this excuse seriously, the second variation on this trope is in fact Truth in Television.
By Hannah Sparks. December 14, am Updated December 14, am. The larger dog, named Sam, can be seen sniffing around the room before coming across a few sheets of paper on a desk, where a Playstation controller was being used as a paperweight. The dog handily dragged the documents down onto the ground and began tearing away.