Squeeeeeee! by Sarah, Proud and Tall| June 23, 20112:15 am| 18 CommentsThis post is in: Dog BloggingFacebookTweetEmailDog. Prosthetic paws. That is all. H/t: OMG Blog
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Don’t you people ever sleep? How can I catch up on my drinking when all y’all keep posting?
Oh, who’s a good, happy boy? What a marvelous pooch.
Get downstairs STAT and sort things out. Please.
ETA: Er, how you be?
Who ironically has a cat to thank for this advancement. The universe, it is indeed a strange thing.
EDIT: @ wifey: hi hon.
He looks cute in a scarf.
Seems to be getting around quite snappily too. Good news.
@Steepman, NO! My rusty pitchfork is otherwise occupied. But, I’m grooving to the vid, so thanks for that. I’m good. (Originally wrote god, but I’m clearly not that). You?
@Yutsy, what’s up? I’m procrastinating on my cleaning, but only until after I eat my dinner. Tick-tock! Time is running out!
The jury’s still out on that fact.
My dishes are 99% washed and I have more clothes on right now than I should. And I really really really want it to be the weekend.
@Yutsy, if I’m god, then we’re all doomed. And, you’re forever teasing me with the nekkid thing. And and, I, too, CANNOT wait for the weekend (Friday, to be more specific).
This is the reason why.
@ wifey: I want you to know it’s nothing personal against Stephen, but I steadfastly refuse to listen to that song no matter who re-does it.
And just because I can, and just about every Canuckistani I’ve ever known has been able to laugh at himself.
No, we don’t sleep and I’m somehow still reading this as on operation upon the world’s first dog, in which case, the prosthetics are the least amazing element of the story. Sleep thus might be a good idea.
ETA: granted, if he is the world’s first dog, one can understand he’s probably due for a retread by now.
@Yutsy, ha. That’s a good commercial. And, I’ve never seen the original. My Canuckistani showed that Colbert gem to me.
@scav, you made me snort with laughter. I think you do need sleep.
All right. Time to clean. Hold down the fort, ladies and gents.
@Yutsano The beaver is indeed a proud and noble animal. Although the Canadians I’ve dated have two distinct definitions for the word “toque.” ;-)
On the topic of Canuckistania, inspired by Kevin Smith’s appearance at the NHL Awards last night, I think you’d get a kick out of his draft script for the opening scene in his upcoming film “Hit Somebody.” As noted by Smith, it really does help if you imagine Alan Rickman as the narrator.
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I have to say, while he is getting around pretty good, he kinda walks like when you first put booties on your dog/cat and they are trying to step out of them. Always hilarious.
I wouldn’t tell him that, though–I’d tell him what a good brave doggie he is and scratch his ears.
OK, original BSG fans, tell me that dog does NOT move like Boxey’s daggit. I dare you.
It is so sad that I had an immediate visual image to go with your observation. Boy, my head is filled with useless crap.
Puppy over there!
Oh — that is a HAPPY dog. Happy. That grin is infectious…
Everytime that I am ready to chuck it in, something good like this brings me back….
Thanks for sharing this happiness with all of us…we need to spread good stuff for the spirit to balance out all the bullshit.
@JenJen, you had me at Alan Rickman.