Everyone’s different, but to their pet, everyone is somewhat the same.
If you’re a pet owner, and someone had a hidden camera on you while you were home alone with your furry baby, you would more than likely be caught doing embarrassing — but loving — things with them.
Maybe you would do some baby talking, cuddling, or even continuing conversations without replies from him or her.
Our pets are our best friends in a lot of ways, and it doesn’t matter who you are — the companionship is often the same.
Whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, man or woman, your pet is your judgement-free zone.
Although Stephen King is a world-renowned filmmaker and author, he wears many hats.
When he’s with his corgi puppy, Molly, he becomes a playful pet owner (with some hilariously clever captioning.)
His entire Twitter is full of cute photos of his dog, with hilarious captions alongside each one.
The only difference between most of us and Stephen King is that we don’t refer to our dogs with the same adjective he does — well, usually not.
In 2014, King got his little girl, Molly, and the storyline began.
An innocent little corgi, when paired with King’s words, can to be a Thing of Evil, which is exactly what he calls her.
I’m assuming that the name came from a series of incidents similar to this one.
Enjoying a box of tissues without a runny nose seems to be a thing of evil in the King household.
And there are definitely some puppy dog eyes being put to the test here; she might know that she’s not innocent after all.
Gin and juice for breakfast?
Depending on who you are, this could seem could be evil or fantastic!
But for little Molly, her music choice apparently reflects her dad’s title for her.
The slang words come in, and I’m becoming a bit less convinced this is Mr. King, and a bit more convinced that maybe her evil highness has taken over her father’s social media accounts.
But, if she did, she’s getting punished for it.
She truly plays the part well, and I think she’s the perfect dog for King.
He can’t give her a role she won’t commit to.
This is by far the best shot, and best scenario.
A funny, cuddly picture. But really, she’s avoiding arrest again.
Who wouldn’t steal the cookies from the mailman — isn’t that what they’re there for?
Let’s end on Molly, the Thing of Evil’s selfie — what could be better? (Or worse?)
I guess King’s writing skills don’t stop at the big screen.
Coming to a phone near you, Stephen King’s invincible ‘evil’ corgi, Molly!
What do you think about Molly? Would you be able to give your pet hilarious story lines everyday?
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