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When postmen have nightmares.
"Am I sensing fear?"
'Alice what is the matter?'
'Careful. He's all bite no bark.'
'Only in your story, grandma and the wolf are in cahoots!'
'Makes sense to me.'
'What I want for Thanksgiving is not to be devoured by Big Shirley.'
'Wear them on thanksgiving instead.'
"If one of them touches me..."
Sherlock Holmes Museum: No Hounds.
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"Don't worry, he'll even eat off your hand."
"Does she bite?"
'I guess I should have let sleeping dogs lie.'
'Don't worry, he only bites scared children...'
'I can tell you're not a dog lover!'
'I don't live here - I just get a kick out of hanging around this sign.'
"I see Rover has introduced himself to you?"
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'Hello - I think I've found your lost dog...'
'Don't worry, he's very friendly.'
'Relax! My dog would never bite you!'
'His barks's worse than his bite.'
'Does he bite strangers?'
'He's very friendly. He'll even eat off your hand.'
'He's a good watchdog,but not particularly good with children.'
'Don't be frightened, Susie - He's just an old softie!'