I have often expressed my opinion – much to the anger and occasional dismay of my female friends – that I detest children. I abhor them and consider them to be ugly and filthy fiends that are best stayed away from. I have nothing against the critters. All I say is that while they may live, keep them away from me!
It’s so much nicer to have a dog! Dogs are far more affectionate, far more loyal, obedient, more fun, great companions, cleaner, not troublesome and are so much better looking!!! I mean, take a puppy and a newborn baby. The baby is absolutely revoltingly ugly while the puppy is so damned adorable. It makes me wonder how even a parent can like a baby! I’ve seen pictures of me as a baby and trust me, I wouldn’t wish that on anyone!!!
Babies are horrendous creatures. As per my mother, she always wanted a girl but when she saw me, she immediately thanked her stars I was a boy…then of course she discovered that all babies looked as ugly when born and swore not to have another child, thus explaining why I am the only offspring of my parents.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, I abhor babies and adore dogs and have always maintained that rather than have babies, people should just keep dogs.
This morning’s newspaper carries an article that has truly warmed my heart and has given me the ideal holiday destination where I can have a really peaceful time.
If you get the DNA, you can find this on the back page of the main news section.
Kids not allowed, dogs OK
An Austrian hotel owner has banned children – but says pet dogs will always be welcome. Hotel Cortisen turned away a German family with two young children when they turned up for a holiday in the Alpine village of St Wolfgang. Owner Roland Ballner, 38, said, “I have just had the hotel redecorated for more than 2 million euros – kids will put their dirty paw-prints on the white walls, stand on the white leather sofas in their dirty shoes, and scream and run around and disturb other guests. I have decided to make a stand and I am sure others will follow suit and say no to kids. From today, children are no longer welcome – and I plan to advertise it as I am sure it will attract guests. But he added, “I don’t have a problem with dogs…dogs are always welcome in my hotel.” He claimed his customers had welcomed the move.