Copyright Ergo 2012
Published by Ergo
The fourth short story in the Master of the House series
All events depicted in this work of literature are totally fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, places, or events is coincidental. The text and everything it describes owes its entire existence to the author's twisted and corrupt imagination.
Human beings are strange beasts, indulging in all manner of strange behavior. I often wonder what our world must look like from the outside. What if your pet had the gift of abstract thought? How would your cat or dog, or the goldfish that looks out at you through the glass of his or her fishbowl, react to the way you live your life? How would they view your interpersonal relationships?
Personally, I find such a thought distressing, which is why I don't have a non-human pet. How could they possibly understand? My life is a tad unusual, even by human standards, and I don't want some furry imbecile casting judgment upon me.
My name is Marvin and I live with two very submissive women - the buxom Samantha and the feisty Jennifer. I love them both, but they can't stand the sight of one another, or so I had always assumed, and because there is only so much you can do to change the behavior of individuals who hunger for pain and humiliation, I came up with what I thought was a novel solution - man, wife, and dog.