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Is it possible to have a bad dog day? Yes, yes, it is.

Why guard dogs and teddy bears don’t mix: “Heads pulled off, arms, legs here and there, it was a total carnage really....”

posted by Zippy 8/3/2006 11:35 AM ^^


We don’t know who blossombradley is/are, but there are some cute Corgi videos on their YouTube page.

posted by Zippy 8/2/2006 2:05 PM ^^


Our folks bought us some new fortune cookie dog treats. They have the fortunes printed on the treats instead of a little paper.

Real fortune cookies do not have the fortunes printed on them. Conversation hearts candies do. Someone should point that out to the product development people so they will be ready for Valentine’s Day. But I digress, and I haven’t even mentioned that these are soft round chewy treats, not crunchy, folded, geometrically-impossible-to-describe munchie things.

Supposedly, there are pithy little sayings printed on the treats. The box has “Cats are not chew toys” as an example. But there is some difficulty, apparently, with printing on soft treats, as the printing spreads out, making the fortune an unreadable blur. So I am unable to give you further examples.

Actually, in real fortune cookies, there are pithy little sayings too, but neither these treats nor fortune cookies seem to have genuine fortunes in them. Am I digressing again? I think I am.

The product development people apparently never tested these out on Corgis, for if they had, they would realize that we would not take the extra time to read them. The only reason I know the printing is blurry is because my folks say so, and they generally would be pretty honest about something like that. Unless they didn’t have their glasses on.

posted by Zippy 8/2/2006 2:04 PM ^^


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