Rodrigo to Badger: Outside, Badger? Outside?
me to Badger: Afuera, Badger? Quieres salir?
Rodrigo: maybe we should stick to one language with the dog.
Rodrigo: Yeah, I think we're going to confuse him. You only speak Spanish to him.
me: I do not.
- during this time, Badger went outside, did his business and came back to the door. We let him in.-
Rodrigo: Good boy!
me: Que bonito perrito!
Rodrigo: you see?
me: I guess. What can I say, I only speak Spanish mechanic and Spanish dog.
me (thinking) WTF? It's not like he's going to get confused on how to bark. Like he's going to be "Woof, uh, guau, uh . . woof, oh no!"
Today I realized that Badger really doesn't understand "afuera". He knows "outside", though. He especially knows and loves "good boy". Ugh. He now knows "sit" and "down", so I guess English it is. I really don't want to confuse him now that he had the hang of these commands. I guess I just hate being wrong.
feeling: como que ya nadie me va a entender en Espanol, ni el perro
listening to: The Shins (New Slang)