Texts From Dog

Texts From Dog

By October Jones

  • Release Date : 2012-10-25
  • Genre : Humour
  • FIle Size : 72.81 MB
Score: 4.0
From 33 Ratings
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Texts From Dog In April 2012, English animator Joe Butcher discovered he could send text messages to HIMSELF on his mobile phone. Naturally, Butcher decided that the best use for this feature would be to send passive aggressive messages to his fictional alter ego October Jones, under the guise of Cooper, his British Bulldog. A classic tale of Man & Dog for the gadget driven internet generation. After taking screenshots of his canine conversations, Butcher posted them to his 10,000 Twitter followers, then created a Tumblr, which attracted over 80,000 followers in a month. Now the further exploits of Dog and his weary owner have been brought together in this hilarious book, which includes over 100 texts not seen on the website.


  • Too short

    By Diva1529
    Finally got round to reading this. It's is funny and I had a good laugh but it's far too expensive for the amount of content!!!! 135 pages?? Considering some if not most of these were free on fb before this came out I'm disappointed!!!
  • Huh?

    By FieldAgent
    The sample is 4 pages of nothing. Why would I buy this?
  • Check the sample...

    By SuttieB
    There's nothing in it. Not a good advert for the author!
  • What do you call 4 page sample?

    By Mrs.Pixy
    ....rubish! Well, we will never know, is this book worth the money!
  • Sample of Zilcho Content - thank you iTunes!

    By the_oompahloompah
    So I thought I would request a sample based on the fact that a friend of mine said it was hilarious and he had never laughed so much. The sample is 4 pages - the front cover, the inner title page with a strapline called - headline - the third page is a copyright page - and the fourth page is a link to buy the complete book. Not much of an incitement to buy the book now is it. I've rated it 5 star anyway so as to not prejudice the book which I think would be hilarious. Come on iTunes - sort out the sample read - you are potentially depriving a man of his living!