The Magic of 3-D Schnozz-O-Vision!

Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time in Cute Overload history, we present a post using a revolutionary new “glasses free” 3-D technology! That’s right — just sit back and brace yourself for breathtaking lifelike in-your-face 3-D realism!


Whoa! It’s coming straight for you! You folks in the front rows might want to duck!


Mr. Bart looks adorable in all dimensions, Tati S.

Comments

  1. 260Oakley says:

    A scene from Weiner Herzdog’s remake of “Nose-feratu”

  2. fish eye no miko says:

    WHOA!
    [ducks]

    BTW, I love dachshunds. (-:

  3. Hey little Doxie, why the long face?!

  4. 260Oakley says:

    Or this could be a Twitter photo of another prominent part of Anthony Wienerdog’s anatomy.

  5. Is this the latest James Cameron movie, Doggatar?

  6. MamaMclain says:

    I work as a groomer at PetSmart, and I got to play with an adorable liver colored short haired doxie the other day, the look of love these guys give you, is sooo heartbreaking. His tail never stopped wagging, even though he hated having his nails being messed with; he was sweet the whole time. Doxies remind me of one loooong neck with legs akimbo. Like little Falcor’s.

  7. TrixandSam says:

    snerkity-snerk-snerk!

    Bravo Oakley!

  8. TrixandSam says:

    Wiener dogs have a special place in Chicagoans’ hearts. A few months ago, local radio talk show host, John Williams, lost his long-time wiener dog named Fred (whom he affectionately called America’s Largest Wiener Dog). He and his wife loved Fred and in turn, his audience did too so we shared in their pain when Fred went over the Rainbow Bridge.

    Well, good news for all: they adopted a three-year old rescue wiener named Daisy. She has no idea just how good she’s going to have it!

    Anyway, I can’t see a wiener without thinking of John Williams and Fred. I had to share with the CO fambly!

  9. Oakley, after this week, I think it is safe to say that the term “Member of Congress” has taken on a whole new meaning.

  10. LOL! I didn’t think it would be you, Oakley!

  11. *clawing out eyes*

  12. ashagato says:

    briliant!

  13. ashagato says:

    um, make that brilliant :)

  14. 260Oakley says:

    The dog flap was wide open… I just walked through.

  15. torn earlobe?

  16. Fird Birfle says:

    erm… perhaps not so “leetle” Doxie????
    (at least, under the current photographic conditions) ;)

  17. Fird Birfle says:

    pardon the semi-vulgar language, but Wot the Crap???

    *hides b/cuz she is skeered, uv thee anser…*

  18. “the rainbow bridge” LOL!!

    Dig it!

  19. Not only adorable, but that dog looks smart too. This is a dog that knows calculus and reads Proust.

  20. Verdict: 3-D Schnozz is awesome.

  21. Fird Birfle says:

    Touching, lovely story!!!
    In particular, I happen to think that the word “Daisy” carries wonderful optimistic happy associations and I’m happy for whoever chose that name for the new member of the household!!!

  22. Fird Birfle says:

    “reads Proust — en francais!!!!” *sigh*

    Signed,
    Je m’avais ete la-bas; j’avais fait cela.
    aka
    Been there, done that.

  23. The Schnozzberries taste like schnozzberries…

  24. Pass the eye bleach…

  25. belphebe says:

    As soon as I saw “3D” in the description, I thought of the SCTV skits as well. Thanks for linking to one of them!

    Also, cute puppy!

  26. Fird Birfle says:

    And, for the *ahem* SLIGHTLY younger of CO’s denizens, HERE is the ORIGINAL Schnozz-o-vision subject. Enjoy!!!!
    (*hopes the visuals will embed*)

  27. Marshwiggle says:

    Gah! I was just going to say that myself. Well played. :)

  28. 3-Dachshun3-d.

  29. I read Proust and I’m kindof a dingbat.

  30. That was ridiculously funny–thanks, Nikki!

    Mr Bart has some killer eyelashes to go with that very impressive schnozzle.

  31. I CAN’T believe nobody has done this yet!! Boop.

  32. victoreia says:

    Well, that type of 3D I could actually bring myself to watch!

  33. I think this deserves epic boop treatment! Did Teho loan anyone his mad gif-making skills while he is away?

  34. Um….read Proust in English. Does that count?

  35. But we love you anyway.

  36. Lewis n' Clark says:

    EPIC SCHOZZ HANCE!

  37. *waving pompoms furiously* YAY DINGBATS!

  38. Copperbat says:

    was there ever a more kissable nose in all of history? no.

  39. Copperbat says:

    Glad I’m not the only fogey who thinks of these skits whenever people talk about 3D. XD

  40. Jake of All Trades says:

    Do these photos actually look kinda 3D to anyone else, or am I just up waaay to late? I think I know the answer, actually…

  41. starling says:

    Ha, I’ve read it in Dutch.

    So nyerhe.

  42. You don’t know from “Monster Chiller Horror Theater”?

  43. It didn’t for HAL. :mrgreen:

  44. Fird Birfle says:

    Nope, nope, I di-unt!!!

    Signed,
    Hopelessly not au-courant.

    *sigh*

  45. Brilliant, just brilliant (slow claps in awe)

  46. SlaveToCat says:

    Bam!!! I can almost feel a wet nose on my nose and smell puppy breath. Is that a puppy tongue washing my face.

  47. Every morning I wake up to this 3 D treatment by my dachshund Hamish. If you get the senso-matic 3D you can feel the cold wet nudge on your face too!

  48. tracylee says:

    hot cha cha cha!

  49. tracylee says:

    we’re gonna need a bigger Boop…

  50. tracylee says:

    and Smell-O-Vision for the dogbreath :D

  51. Well, I’d probably pay $5 dollars to see this sweet face.

  52. Haha! Yes, but be careful to get the 2d version of that. The real thing will burn off your eyebrows and peel your wallpaper.

  53. CHarris says:

    He’s sooooo cute…and smoochable! I have 2 doxies…they’re fantastic, wonderful little babies!!!!! Luv U.

  54. warrior rabbit says:

    Hey, a young Mary Wickes. I always liked her, for some reason. Father Dowling, Sister Act, Little Women… A character actor who seemed like a real character in real life, too.

  55. Lillith says:

    Any Jimmy Durante reference gets thumbs up from me!

  56. “For some reason?” She was wonderful!

  57. TrixandSam says:

    Hamish – great name for a doxie.

  58. Lewis n' Clark says:

    Absolutely. I wish there was a channel (hey, you could call it SCTV :) that ran these skits 24/7. I would watch it!

  59. Lewis n' Clark says:

    “I can’t do that, Dave”

  60. Fird Birfle says:

    YES it counts. AND you get extra bonus points, if
    reading it, made you feel world-weary and angsty!!! :)

  61. I commented on another site that dogs generally have better character than Congresscritters, and you can get dogs neutered.

  62. Have you seen “Robots?”

    There’s a scene in which a robot, voiced by Mel Brooks, sings “Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do…” in a loopy voice because he’s just been knocked silly. :)

  63. Hey! I’m smart, but I will never, ever grok calculus. ;)

  64. If I ever had a doxie, I think I’d be tempted to name it Haggis.

  65. skippymom says:

    If I had a dog named Haggis, I think I would be too tempted to eat him. (I actually like haggis.)

  66. Rrreeeaaalllyyy? For reals? it’s kinda scottish scrapple.

  67. thanks! Most people pronounce it Ham-ish, instead of Hay-mish, not realizing it’s a Scottish name. Because, a Scottish name makes so much sense for a German dog.

  68. I’d name mine Schnitzel. :D

  69. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: This page needs more dachshund.

  70. skippymom says:

    Yes, for reals. I don’t often get the chance to eat it, but I have enjoyed it in the past.

  71. Alice Shortcake says:

    “I may stay a month or I may leave immediately!”

    For the past thirty years I’ve quoted that line on every remotely suitable occasion. Not a single person has recognised it, for I am surrounded by fools and philistines.

  72. Politicians and diapers should both be changed frequently…and for the same reason. :P :D

  73. victoreia says:

    “Faaaaaaaaaal-coooooooor!”

  74. Awww. I usually shake doggies’ snoots when I meet them (in place of shaking hands ^.^) This one would take two hands to shake!

  75. Noelegy says:

    Great, now I’m going to have that Limahl song stuck in my head all day.

    Not that I mind, you understand. Child of the 80s and all

  76. Noelegy says:

    Okay, I’m curious…why would you “LOL” at “Rainbow Bridge?”

    Either you don’t know what it means, or you do, and you’re trying to be a jerk.

  77. Fleurdamour says:

    Cyranose De Baroogerac

  78. I luuuurved that song!

  79. DO YOU THINK MY NEW NOSE MAKES ME LOOK FAT?

  80. Beep!!!

  81. Ali-baba says:

    I nose what you did there! ;-)

  82. I might watch it 24/7. I would just get sucked inexorably into an SCTV vortex. Edith Prickley is my idol!

  83. and the answer is none. None more kissable.

  84. That face can have half of my sandwich everytime!
    And a hug.

  85. The second pic- “I’m not answering the door!”

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