Slowly, Pepe Hatches a Plan

(Hmm, the water’s heavier than I am, so I can’t move. But… if… now, let’s just think this through here… If I drink the water, not only will I be able to go anywhere I want, but I can mark every tree and hydrant in town! It’s… it’s brilliant!)

Alexandria from Florida assures us that Pepe’s not going anywhere.



  1. “Cap” issue. *snort* Just don’t go down to the waterline drink the sea water little buddy, the jellyfish and sharks are aggressive this year.

  2. Andi in NC says:

    once again, NTMTOM nails it….

  3. memememeeee says:

    He should really get Gus on it.

  4. Good plan, Pepe…

  5. Pepe needs someone to take the cap off! One small glitch. Dang!!!

  6. cellarmouse says:

    mighty strong chain fer a little dog …

  7. DogEared says:

    Pepe…….perfect name for that doggie.

  8. skippymom says:

    Love the tongue action indicating that he’s thinking really, really hard.

  9. tracylee says:

    fer reals… those gears are turning!

  10. Yeah, Gus could figure this out!

  11. BoxrLovr says:

    Gus could just pick up the jug and jog with it!

  12. Mamabear says:

    Pepe? If he drinks all that water, methings we can call him Peepee! 😀

  13. Rachael says:

    That was my first thought! Gus has insane problem solving skills.

  14. Christine says:

    The world must seem like an awfully big place when a 3/4 full jug o’ water outweighs you…

  15. SheepishKitty says:

    I’ve never seen a jug taking a dog for a walk before.

  16. :mrgreen:

  17. (The Original) Mel says:

    Papillons are like Rocket Scientists with fur and no thumbs. Pepe is doing linear math in his head. Trust me.

  18. Pepe is contemplating whether this could be considered a truly humiliating situation or not. “What does this say about me? Really?”

    I wish I could tie my dogs down that easily, but then they’d never fogive me.

  19. It looks like the water missing from the jug was previously poured on the dog, and I think he’d like to have the rest of it poured on him. :LOL:

  20. That’s the great thing about math. You can always come up with imaginary answers for complex questions.

  21. Why not just chomp on the drug and poke holes in it with your fangs, then drink it as it leaks out?

  22. cellarmouse says:

    hah !

  23. Let there be gnawing.

  24. 😦

  25. victoreia says:


  26. Emmberrann says:

    Maybe Pepe is considering the “String Theory”of escaping from the jug anchor, instead of, say, Schrodinger’s Cat’s explanation.

  27. like string theory!

  28. How do you know it’s not the dog taking the jug for a walk?

  29. SheepishKitty says:

    easy! by which end of the rope you are on!

  30. Looks like a “cute or sad?” to me!

  31. I was just about to say it seems that plan A was “pour water on me”, but somehow the plan got abandoned half way.

  32. 260Oakley says:


  33. Arr Arr

  34. Gus would carry it into his house and dump it in his pool.

  35. OK, that will be my next dog’s name. Thanks, 260!!

  36. Alexandra says:

    I had to use my mastiff’s leash that day because I couldn’t find Pepe’s regular little leash. Mastiffs are huuuge (especially mine), that chain hardly contains him 😉

  37. Alexandra says:

    You said it well, Pepe is a little smarty pants.

  38. Alexandra says:

    Pepe was just really stressed out from having to swim. Since he hated swimming so much, I let him hang out on the shore and watch me and since he’s so little it was perfect. He’s also annoyed that he’s on hard sand, because after a dip he likes to dry off by rolling around in the soft sand.

  39. Rich Fader says:

    When the going gets tough, the tough go Pepe.

  40. SheepishKitty says:

    if it’s an imaginary number, how do you know if you are getting an real correct answer?

  41. enlightenmentgirl says:

    So true. Now all he needs is a poor human sap to charm into taking that cap off the jug.

  42. Keep in mind you can have an infinite number of answers.

  43. songbirdnurse says:

    Must. Have. Papillon. 😎