I feel like someone told me once that dogs can't burp. Is that right? Did they actually say cows and I heard dogs because if you squint cows are basically big dogs that we're ok with eating for some reason? My dogs burp, anyway, so if they're not supposed to be able to then maybe somebody wants to study them - hit me up in the comments and we'll work out a price in dog cookies and beers. I also burp kind of a lot. I don't know if it's more than a normal person or if normal people are just better about not doing it out loud, and it's a hard thing to bring up in conversation. "Excuse me, ma'am, I see you're drinking a beer. Are you silently burping when you look down towards your lap, or are you immune to delicious bubbles in your digestive system?"
I don't cover my mouth anymore when I burp around Crockett. I used to, because it seemed sort of rude, but it's a pain and also I think perhaps my desire to do so was informed by the differing societal expectations of men and women and my patience for that shit is rapidly converging with DOES NOT EXIST.
The thing is, Crockett doesn't burp around me, and there are three possible reasons:
- he's not a natural (the 'like I am' was meant to be implied but it didn't come across so I'm pointing it out you're welcome)
- he suppresses/subtles his burps around me to be polite in a way that has nothing to do with me being a lady, and would do it around anyone
- etc except in a way that *does* have to do with me being a lady, and he does not and would not do such around his friends
- or fourth he suppresses because he's worried I won't love him anymore I guess? but based on my burp frequency that would make him a loon so we're discounting this one out of hand
In the name of science, I'm going to feed him a couple of Coors Light's (high carbonation according to these experts) and sit on his lap while we watch a movie or something. Don't worry, I'll pay him with more beers (and dog cookies, if he wants them).