A Dogg Is A Dog

A Dogg Is A Dog

His name is Dogg.

He was christened Dogg.

At the tender age of eight, he was the sweetheart and heartbreaker of almost half the girls in his school.  He would “take care” of them and in turn, they would give him sweets and chewing-gum and money.

But now, he is a fully-grown man of twenty-five, with a beautifully spotless bronze skin, large firm hands, large firm arms and large firm shoulders, with a face that looks artfully sculpted, or better still, painted by a genius, his pair of legs large and firm as well and a torso of the same description.  In truth, his entire powerfully muscular physique is comparable to that of Endymion’s, one of the fictional creatures God really took time to create.

So, why wouldn’t the opposite sex appreciate God’s own work of art?  Dogg has the addresses of more than ten females.  His light brown eyes can roam at very hidden places and his manhood is long and wide, ready to receive anything.  Girls with hot pants, walking cunts of all ages (WARNING: He is NOT a paedophile!!) and sex-starved, rich widows are his most easiest preys.  He is obviously an impregnator, when care is not taken, and he has the reputation of being the smartest voyeur, the Peeping Tom at boudoirs.  But he is very careful not to catch any Disease.

There was an incident when he even headed a perfect love triangle: the daughter and only child of a powerful, deadly, stinkingly rich politician, and a young, married, white woman he met at a five-star hotel.  This fully-grown man of twenty-five was enjoying the whole fun.  But later, the white woman, through her private investigator, got to know about his behaviour.  She insulted him one day and sent him to jail.

But that was not a problem to Dogg, because he made constant contact with the other woman and some days later, he was released with the helpful aid of her father.

Once he was out, he went to another dimension of the country and continued.  After all, he is Dogg.  One wonders what kind of parents he had.  Well, one might probably never know – except God himself.  Ha!  Ha!  Ha!  Ha!



18 thoughts on “A Dogg Is A Dog” by Emmanuella Nduonofit (@Emmanuella-Nduonofit)

  1. You just described 80% of the menfolk. No offense intended to all you gentlemen.
    Emmanuella, another person you remind me of – Harold Robbins (or is it single ‘b’?). Please, keep writing. You have found a loyal reader in me.

    1. @Lade..i dont agree with you at all,the piece is cool but i think you are wrong about that 80 percent,its very few men that yu can ascribe those qualities to.

      1. Lol. I knew someone would contradict me on this. And i knew that someone would be a guy.
        I hear you, Paul, i hear you.

  2. lol

    Don’t know them that well. i would be happy if i could stay that way but tis not possible.

  3. wonderful piece Emmanuella.
    i love it.

  4. Mazi Nwonwu (@Fredrick-chiagozie-Nwonwu)

    I like it. Worth reading again. Are you experimenting with flash fiction?

  5. It was a short good piece, i feel the story should have been longer though, he’s too invincible.

  6. @Lade..dont just hear me o,accept that u were wrong too.

  7. Good work. @lade 80 percent of men, come on, are you really serious. Check how many guys you’ve met that’re like that.

  8. My Opinion, you might want to rewrite the two paragraphs before the last. No offense, but they read a little bit too elementary/basic. Why should we care that he was put in Jail, or what does it matter if he was put to Jail by a White woman? Who is she? And what authority does she have to do something like that? I wouldn’t think swinging between partners could get someone in jail. And who is the other woman? Why would she bail him out?

    Also, you might want to change the title. The article “A” somehow does not fit especially since you used it before the name of a person. You could try, “DOGG IS A DOG”, maybe? These are just my opinions, feel free to implement it.

  9. And actually apart from that, It is a nice tale! It further expounds the stereotype that all males are dogs, but then, you have managed to create this lovely/handsome character that girls want a piece of, regardless of his behavior. Kudos!

  10. Emmanuella Nduonofit (@Emmanuella-Nduonofit)

    Ayokunle, thanks for pointing these things out for me. I’m most grateful.

    However, when I wrote this, I felt I was unable to write. I had no idea I was writing flash. I called them musings, and I hardly tamper with them. Just a flash and I keep it aside, however bad or good it was written. Someday, one day like that, I may just look into it. Maybe…

    1. I think I know what you’re talking about. Thoughts are rarely edited, because they’re just that… thoughts. Like I said, it was a nice tale!

  11. wonder why the christened him Dogg…lol…Great flash thought/fiction..

    1. I’ll take the name as an appropriate play on words.

  12. I like this; short and to the point. I might need an education though; don’t get the flash fiction bit. Anyone?

    1. Meena-Adekoya (@Olajumoke-Adekoya)

      flash fiction is a really really short story, it creates a window into the real story, there are many on here…Emmanuella has written quite a number, i have one too…its kind of hard to explain until u have read a couple…i hope this helps sha…

      1. Thanks Meena; will look in on the others.

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