8 Extremely Relatable Quotes From My Chihuahua
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8 Extremely Relatable Quotes From My Chihuahua

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8 Extremely Relatable Quotes From My Chihuahua
Nikki Soto

People have more in common with dogs than we think. By spending so much time with my chihuahua, I've realized that she's totally relatable, and we're basically the same.

"Why are you working when you could be giving me attention?"

Nikki Soto

Whether it's your significant other or your best friend, we've all felt this way before.

"If you speak one more time, I'm going to lose it."

Nikki Soto

We all have that person we can't stand. The face Lily is making is my internal self when I'm talking to someone I don't like.

"I hear the alarm clock, but if you think I'm getting up, you're crazy."

Nikki Soto

Nobody likes an early morning.

"I think I may have had too much coffee this morning!"

Nikki Soto

There's nothing like a caffeine rush to get you going!

"He still hasn't texted me back."

Nikki Soto

Nobody likes to be ghosted, especially not chihuahuas.

"Don't touch my stuff!"

Nikki Soto

Anyone else hate when someone takes your stuff without asking? Lily will not stand for that.

"Does this make me look fat?"

Nikki Soto

OK, so a blanket isn't exactly an outfit, but it's hard to tell where Lily ends and the blanket begins.

"Oh my god, she is so stupid."

Kristie Soto

This one hurts, but she's clearly over my crap.

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