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Beware of the Dawgs: Who Let the Dawgs Out? (YBW Focus #24)

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Daniel Whyte III

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Allow me to tell you specifically the different kinds of dawgs of which you should be aware.

Here they are:Collie Dawg: I don't know about you, but when I think about a Collie dog, I think about the old television show Lassie. Now, Lassie might be before your time. But all Collies, like Lassie, are considered "smart" dogs. So you have to watch out for the Collie dawg because he is a smart dawg. This dawg is a master of psychology. He plans. He plots. He thinks. The Collie plays games with your mind. He is a mind-manipulator. Dr. Frederick K.C. Price said once while preaching that: "Some women are so easy that some men can talk their panties right off of them." This is the dawg who can do that. He plays games with you, like taking you out and showing you the time of your life, and then leaves you panting for more. Then you won't hear from him for a couple of weeks because he is trying to mess with your mind. Watch out for the Collie Dawg.

Chow-Chow Dawg: This dawg hooks women because he is so pretty. Have you ever seen a Chow-Chow? It's a beautiful dog, isn't it? I remember when I was a youngster, there was a man in town (I won't tell you his name; I'll just call him D.B.). The women were so crazy about him because he was so pretty. You know the type — light skin, curly "good" hair, fine build. But the women soon found out that he was just another dawg —albeit a pretty dawg. D.B. was famous for one thing in our little city, and that was having babies all over town. The problem with the Chow-Chow dawg is that he may be pretty, but oftentimes, he does not want to take responsibility for his actions. The pretty dawg wants you to take care of him instead of him taking care of you. Remember, watch out for "Pretty Tony."