We Don't Care About Your Pet Project

If you can't muster enthusiasm for a co-worker's favorite undertaking, here are some ways to bow outgently but firmly

Where I live, there are a large number of Dog People. I don't mean people who have dogs—I have two little pups myself, but I'm not one of these Dog People I'm referring to. I adore my two pooches, yet I understand that they're dogs and not people. You can tell a Dog Person by the way he expects everyone else to treat his dog.

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