Practicing a musical instrument is hard work. It takes dedication, plenty of time, and plenty of repetition.
One tired dog had just about enough of a repetitive flute practice. The sounds that one of his owners was playing with her flute were clearly not music to his ears.
As the teenage girl played her flute at the dining room table, her dog had a little something to say about her efforts.
While she practiced her tune, her dog let out a pained groan, perhaps at hearing the same song for the 100th time.
As the teenager played, the dog’s grumbling became worse. It was certainly clear he wanted her to stop before he had to roll over and make her.
Laughing, the girl continued on, and her dog again remarked on her flute playing with incredible dismay.
It was almost as if the dog was begging, rather pleading, with her to stop.
The girl looked on and laughed, barely able to get the next note out.
This sad dog just wanted a moment of rest as he laid on his stomach in the hallway entrance trying to sleep.
The flute was, of course, not this dog’s favorite instrument and the song was totally sending him into a tizzy.
With each note, it was clear this dog yearned for practice time to be over.
If there is ever a sign that one should maybe switch to another hobby, this dog was on all fours sending one.
The howls grew worse and more mournful as the girl tried as hard as she could to get to the end of the song.
Unfortunately for her dog, she also played several notes over and over to get through the tune.
This was sending the dog over the edge, and he really showed his discontent with a continued howl, grunt and a grumble, until finally, we can assume, it was over.
“That dog is every parent whose child plays an instrument,” one commenter wrote.
Truer words have never been spoken.
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