Ha, that face says it all, doesn’t it? Much to my surprise, Rocky seems to like wearing clothing. On the other hand, this Batman costume comes with a headpiece that none of our dogs will wear – not that I blame them. I do wish they’d make these costumes more like t-shirts, though. If it’s the right size, it’s surprisingly easy to get a dog into a t-shirt.
Anyway, Happy Halloween!
Here is just the latest in sleeping photos of Rocky that require me to crop his junk out of the frame. Such is a dog’s life.
Incidentally, "Mother Simpson" remains one of my favorite one shot characters. Lots of great jokes in that episode.
Sometimes, the sun hits a tube television in just the right way and you get a great mirror effect, which I was able to utilize in this photo of Maggie, our resident golden retriever. If you’re in the right place at the right time of day and have a tube television in the right spot, this is a fun thing to play with!
Welcome back to A Fly On The Wall, a feature that listens in on conversations that may or may not have ever actually occurred. This time, we’ll use our fly power to listen in on a development meeting at Budweiser so we can better understand how they came up with their hit Super Bowl commercial, “Puppy Love “.
It’s time to develop our Super Bowl 2014 ad!
Super Bowl XLVIII.
Never mind. So what are you thinking about for this year?
Winning. I want to win the Super Bowl commercials.
I gotcha – you want to have the ad that the viewers like the best.
Exactly. How do we do that?
That’s easy: puppies.
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