How to Find A Lost dog: Homer Simpson

When you’re seeking wisdom or sound advice, Homer Simpson would be one Howevr, when it comes to finding a lost dog, excuse the pun, but he pretty much has it down pat. After all, we know how much dogs love their tucker.

When their dog Santa’s Little Helper went missing, this was his advice to find him:

“Well, crying isn’t gonna bring him back, unless your tears smell like dog food. So you can either sit there crying and eating can after can of dog food until your tears smell enough like dog food to make your dog come back, or you can go out there and find your dog”

-Homer Simpson

Looks like Bart found Santa's Little Helper. I wonder if he followed Homer's advice?

Looks like Bart found Santa’s Little Helper. I wonder if he followed Homer’s advice?

I found these quote while researching drama monologues for my son’s high school audition but that a whole different story entirely!

xx Rowena

2 thoughts on “How to Find A Lost dog: Homer Simpson

  1. merrildsmith

    You can find great quotes about nearly everything in the Simpsons!
    Good luck to your son! My younger daughter double majored in Theatre/English Secondary Education in college–I spent many nights waiting to hear about auditions.

  2. roweeee Post author

    Our local high school has two selective classes: one academic and the other is performing arts, Mister is good at maths and his English isn’t up to speed so we’re going for the performing arts class even though he rarely practices his guitar and then it dawned on me that he lives drama. He is naturally very theatrical and he is quite like Red Foo. Quite out there. However, his self-awareness is non-existent. Doesn’t really know what drama is. So it’s going to be an interesting time preparing for this. There are some good monologues from the Wizard of oz…tin man and the cowardly lion and also Gandof. I know this is going to be a challenge. Wish me luck!!! Hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!!

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