So, we're posting twice today because Tosca tagged us the other day and we forgot to post in response. Well, we didn't really forget, but since dogmom does the typing for us, she put that in. Really, what happened, is dogmom is a dufus and she forgot to post for us.
Anyways, since we're both unique-boutique breeds, we decided that we could post something really special, right?
How Opie changes a light bulb...
Opie, if you recall from his DNA test results, is a combination of Beagle, American Staffordshire, Chihuahua and Poodle.
So, that means, according to the joke that Tosca was referring to, that Opie is a cross between blowing in the Border Collie's ear and waiting for his nails to dry and Yo quiero Taco Bulb. But that leaves out the AmStaff and Beagle...
So, here's how Opie changes a light bulb:
After blowing in the Border Collie's ear, and quiero-ing Taco Bulb, he howls to complain that the lights are out and then guards the house so no scary humans or insects or waving grasses come inside.
How Gomer changes a light bulb...
Remember, Gomer is a combination of Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Whippet and Pug -- and we're sure the retest will show some Labrador, too.
So, that means that Gomer is a cross between "Oh, me, me!!! Pleeeeeze let me change the light bulb! Can I? Can I? Huh? Huh? Huh? Can I?" and "Why change it? I can pee on the carpet in the dark." ... But that leaves out the Whippet, Pug and Beagle...
So, here's how Gomer changes a light bulb:
First, I howl in the dark to let you know that the light is out. When, being human, you ignore me ... or simply move too slowly, I'm going to chase the bulb down the stairs. I'll then shake-in-my-paws and stare at it for a while after it lands. After I've peed on it, I'll let you tie a string around it and put it into the socket. I'll then run happily in circles, tightening the bulb, as long as you're holding a special treat in front of my nose. Got it?
There you have it. Any questions?