As you all know, I can NOT eat chocolate because I’m a Dog. As an A-List actor my income relies heavily on seasonal advertising and, since 24% of St. Valentine’s Day fun is centered on chocolate, St. Valentine’s Day has always been a dry time for my career. This St. Valentine’s Day, I’m asking my supporters to consider Carob as an alternative. Carob, as a substitute for chocolate, is edible and dog friendly. While most people find chocolate a delicious treat, it is like poison to a dog. Chocolate contains Theobromine, which will send a dog behind the couch quicker than you can say yoo-hoo. More damaging than the physical, however, is the emotional impact of feeling left out, jealous, and resentful as you watch people gently place heart shaped milk chocolate morsels in each-other’s lips. Please consider Carob candies this St. Valentine’s Day. Your Dog will not resent you for it… and neither will I, Magnus Weatherford III, Actor.
All the best,
Magnus Weatherford III,
Sucessful SAG Actor
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