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"I had to bite him once, but now I always get a great table."
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'Does your dog bite?' 'Oh, please, please, please, boss, let me handle this one!'
"I bit someone once. It tasted like chicken."
'Does he bite?' - 'No, he swallows things whole.'
'Do you extract teeth?'
'Say, you've been working out!' A Weiner dog bites mail carrier on the butt.
"That's the problem with e-mail - no one to bite."
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'Aren't you glad we gave her a rabies vaccination this year?'
'Your resume is quite impressive. However, I'm a little concerned about you biting your last four bosses.'
"Do you have any pre-existing conditions?"
'Can you give him something to relax his jaws?'
'They're good friends. Rogak has bitten them eighteen times and they haven't sued.'
'Watch it, his breath is worse than his bite.'
"Now the teeth! Huge...savage teeth!!"
Tags:police artist, police artists, witness, witnesses, suspect, suspects, dog, dogs, canine, canines, assault, assaults, mailmen, mailmen, mail man, mail men, postmen, postman, post men, post man, delivery men, delivery man, detective, detectives, dog attack, dog attacks, job hazard, job hazards, job risk, job risks, dog bite, dog bites
'He's just being friendly'
Dog in custody doing paperwork - 'Bit the wrong guy.'
'I'm a lover not a biter.'
'This is going to hurt me more than it will hurt you!'
'He motivates me to go on running and I'm happy to lose weight... If only I'd find a way to stop him!'
"I call him Recession - because you never know when he's going to bite."
'Malpractice? No -it's not our dog.'
"I no longer snarl or try to bite them since I joined Animals for the Ethical Treatment of People."
"He needs to work on his people skills."
'I know I said, 'my dog doesn't bite'...he's not my dog!'