Dick Van Patten eats dog food

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  1. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ New Member

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    LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- For "Eight Is Enough" patriarch Dick Van Patten, some dog food is good enough to eat.

    Van Patten is lending his name and likeness to a new dog food formula that claims to be indistinguishable from a home-cooked meal for humans.

    To prove his point, he recently sampled the "Irish stew" recipe at a media luncheon.

    "Not too bad," the 76-year-old actor said before offering a bite to his canine dining companion.

    http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/TV/12/01/people.dickvanpatten.ap/index.html

    EEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!:sick:
     
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  3. englishleigh

    englishleigh Authentic Southern Belle

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    OMG, that is disgusting. :sick:
     
  4. crash676

    crash676 Former Member

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    MMMMMMMMMMMMM Tastes like chicken!:slap:
     
  5. Marine Mom

    Marine Mom New Member

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    I personally like Gravy Train.
     
  6. Yakwoman

    Yakwoman 25 cents a look!

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    Oh, come on, it's not that gross! How many of you DID NOT sample dry dogfood as a child??
     
  7. H0NEYWEST

    H0NEYWEST I have a .38 and an ocelot ~ they're both loaded

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    Great career move Dick!
     
  8. dottierainbow

    dottierainbow Former Member

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    Maybe it reminds him of his Mom's Homestyle cooking.:silenced:
     
  9. GoldenGoose

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    I have also tasted dog food and I have to be honest and say it was ok.....I`m sure that if it was put in a pie, there wouldn`t be many who would notice the difference :)
     
  10. Norma

    Norma Pook

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    Well, I've often made the comment that our cafeteria at work is serving us dogfood.
     
  11. Marine Mom

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    Todays special: Alpo on bun. :D
     
  12. Norma

    Norma Pook

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    Yep. They served it with tator tots and tried to call it a sloppy joe.
     
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    Becba Former Member

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    I love the title of this thread. Makes me laugh just seeing it.
     
  14. GoldenGoose

    GoldenGoose Former Member

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    Pook , that could be the reason you have such bright eyes, shiny hair and a wet nose :laugh:
     
  15. lilpony

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    I could just hurl, at the thought of eatting dog food. :sick: I would have never gotten the part in that commercial. I can hurl very easily though..:D
     
  16. Marine Mom

    Marine Mom New Member

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    Ummm, dogs eat that, too. It's called a hot lunch. ;)

    My dog used to go to the litter box for snacks. :( I considered contacting Purina to see if they would make catchit flavored food.
     
  17. Sherry67

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    EEEEEWWWWWW...I've heard of dogs doing that......then just think of the dog licking your face afterwards...EEWW:sick:

    Sherry
     

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