Monday, August 03, 2009

Hey Wootie ...

What?

I'm gonna throw your Wootie Toy!

AlllllRIGHT!!!!

Gogogogogogogogogogogo!!

Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!11

And then he flew off into the sunset.

ha ha. Just kidding. I was fooling around in CS2 today. However, that really is HOW Wootie jumps. It's ridiculous.

Come one. Srsly? WTF?

Now you know why I don't have an agility Woo. He lacks Tweed's svelte grace (background also photshopped).

And Piper's determination....

... even when her timing is a tad off. I have no idea what she is jumping off of in this photo! It sure isn't the dock!

Courage comes in small packages...

This is not one of them.

Yep, that's right, ANOTHER one of my friends HURLED her dog into the lake with the force of a thousand jet engines and the glee of a demon maddened by lust and the blood of 400 virgins! And goats!

Save me, jebus. I want to live!!!

Okay, so Harry is not so brave. She has jumped in on occasion on her own steam, but not too frequently, though she does love to swim!

This dog though, was very cool. This is Nancy.
(more fun in photoshop!)

Nancy likes to dock dive quite a lot.


Did you notice what is so amazing about Dock Divin' Nancy Pibble?

Look ma! No front leg!

Let's recap, shall we? Three legged Nancy can toss herself off a dock.

Four legged Harriet can't navigate a submerged log.

Help?

I'd still really like my ball ....

Hmmmm .... Sorry. Can't help you, squirt.


And then there's Parker, who has the leaping mechanism, but not the swimming one.

If she COULD swim, she could probably leap clear to the other side of the lake with that stride!

But only once. Greyhounds lack stamina.

Stop playing with Parker. Throw the ball.

Thanks!! See ya later!!
XOXO
, GossipTweed.

Oh hai! I'm gonna get all up in your bizness like dat!

A shot of The Mighty Flamboyance for the road ...

13 comments:

PoochesForPeace said...

One of my favorite posts lately! Thanks for making me laugh and the positive pittie pics :)

nickelsmum said...

Harriet has the Best Hair Ever. What on earth IS she?

riosmom said...

Your blog is such a nice way to start the day and today was especially enjoyable. Loved all the pictures, photo shopped or not.

angie said...

nancy's got some frog legs! yummy!

EvenSong said...

I LOVE Parker! I once heard Greyhounds described as "45-mile-per-hour couch potatoes!" (I have a part greyhound (maybe?) rescue, so I can attest to that.

ACB said...

Love the three legged puppy! What a dollbaby! And Tweed's face, priceless!

EvenSong, we adopted a Greyhound from our local racetrack and had her for about 15 years, and yes they ARE 45 mph couch potatoes. Other than a high speed zip around the backyard several times a day, our greyhound slept. Usually in the middle of the hallway so she could trip you. Or shoving you off the bed at night. Haven't seen a dog sleep that much until I got my Great Dane.

Victoria said...

Brilliant! Always love your blog, but today was extra special laugh out loud..."get up in your bizness"...HA! Loved it! And the jumping off pink toes! Adorable! Thanks for the smiles.

Anonymous said...

Reading your blog always puts a smile on my face!

Lily and Benson said...

Hi New Friends
You guys are having a blast in the lake! It is hot here. I would love to go in the water. Cool
Benny & Lily

MalaysianFan said...

I wonder, if one wanted to suppress the Flamboyance (tm) for some reason, what would it take?? We've seen that snow, mud and water have no impact upon its glory. Hairspray, maybe? Shellac? It is truly a force of nature, an act of doG. Wow.

Angie (Rem, Ping & Bella's mom) said...

You know, I check this blog several times a day at work, just in case you posted something new. Love seeing what you have to show and tell.

Anonymous said...

Your posts always make me smile, especially photos of Wootie ;)

t-odd said...

We have a dog just like Nancy - pit bull missing one front leg - and have been wondering if he can swim. Well, it looks like he probably can. We will have to try that out sometime.

Check him out here: http://partsmissingdog.blogspot.com/