Wife Texts Husband She Brought A Dog Home While The Pic Shows A Coyote, And He Seriously Freaks Out

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There are some people who just can't resist bringing home animals in need of homes. You might come home to find that your wife has brought home a stray dog or a cat with hopes of rescuing it. There are plenty of people who have big hearts when it comes to animals in need of homes. So when this wife texted her husband that she brought home a cute little dog without any tags and texted her husband a photo of a coyote, her husband got scared. What follows is a back and forth of texts between the husband and wife, with the husband telling her the dog is a coyote and the wife innocently ignoring the fact. You will laugh at the text conversation that takes place between Justin Bogh and his wife, Kayla Eby. Bogh's reaction was priceless. He even jokingly asked for a divorce. Turns out the whole thing was a prank by his wife. Kayla, who is a preschool teacher from Seaside, Oregon, created the coyote photo in Photoshop, and now their funny conversation is taking the internet by storm. You will want to take a look at the whole conversation.

The coyote is a canid that is native to North America. The coyote is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf, and only slightly smaller than its other close relatives, the red wolf and the eastern wolf. The coyote has a varied diet that consists mostly of animal meat, to include deer, hares, rabbits, rodents, amphibians, birds, reptiles, fish, and invertebrates, though the coyote may also eat fruits and vegetables on occasion. The coyote's vocalization is a howl that is made by solitary individuals. Besides humans, gray wolves and cougars are the coyote's only serious enemies. Coyote tracks can be distinguished from dogs by their more elongated, less rounded shape.

This coyote trending news story was made possible wth the use of Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor that is developed and published by Adobe Systems for both MacOS and Windows. Photoshop was created by two brothers, John and Thomas Knoll. In 1987, Thomas began writing a program that would display grayscale images on a monochrome display. Display, as it was first called, caught the attention of his brother John, who recommended that they turn it into a full-fledged image editing program. Together they developed ImagePro program, which was eventually bought by Adobe to create is now known as Photoshop. Adobe prefers for people to use the term photoshopping when referring to photo editing to prevent its trademark from becoming too generalized. The term never caught on as much as Adobe had hoped, and today most people still use Photoshop as a verb. The best place to learn about all things Photoshop is through the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. Scott Kelby is the President of the NAPP, and he knows more about Photoshop editing than just about anyone. Kelby is also in charge of putting together the Photoshop World Conference, and Expo held in Orlando. One of the funniest Photoshop channels that you can find on YouTube is the You Suck At Photoshop. This channel is a Webby Award-winning tutorial series done by Donnie Hoyle. Like anything to learn Photoshop just takes a bit of practice, the more you use the photo editing program, the more you can do, just like preschool teacher Kayla.

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