I don't know about you, but I spent many a Valentine's Day home alone wishing someone would spend his allowance on a ridiculously over-sized teddy bear holding a plush heart that I could perch in the corner of my room as a constant reminder that someone loved me. Now here's the kicker: Right now, you're sitting home alone wishing you had someone around. Judging from his severe overbite, Tuna is probably another victim of irresponsible breeding. Now Tuna has over 400,000 followers on Instagram, all fans eager to see what the little dog will do next. Make sure to follow Tuna on Instagram (and while you're at it, follow Dogster, too -- we're still trying to break 1,000 followers) and check out his site here. Your kids are home from school and everyone wants a snack and I have to quiz your son on his spelling words and work with your daughter on her reading and give everyone baths and sign permission slips and write checks for their soccer camps this summer and make sure the Hubs is cooking dinner (yeah, he cooks -- Wow!
But while most of those dogs end up with more tragic fates, Tuna's is one of luck and love.

Traumatized by the abandonment, Tuna would crawl submissively on his belly, so the rescuer called him Wormy.
Burns (after the Simpsons character) and then Toonie (since he looks so comically cartoonish) and eventually Tuna. There is a whole line of Tuna merchandise available, and portions of the proceed go to the ASPCA and the person who originally took a second chance on Tuna.
Tuna thrived in the circle of love Dasher provided him with, regaining his strength and his confidence. Now, before you get too excited, let me just go ahead and burst your John Hughes' movie marathon bubble: you're not going to marry Jake Ryan. After posting his photo to Instagram, Dasher gave the whole world the opportunity to fall in love with the little dog the way she had. They have to have last-minute stamina, they have to be a little faster, they have to have the skill and the will.

The Hubs is probably closer to an Asian version of every character Anthony Michael Hall ever played in the '80s.
You sort of like that burnout bad boy, but honestly, Jenni, have you thought that one through?
Maybe you won't listen to me about the perms, but you need to trust me on this one: You want a smart guy. I know it seems crazy to think you might actually want to straighten that glorious permed hair, but someday, I think you might realize that you've got a face for straight hair -- and hats (you might try a hat now).

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