Max’s Motto: Be Prepared

Can’t be too careful. Hoomin always forgets his umbrella. [Good call, Maxie. -Ed.]

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(The part of Max Stubbular was played by Stanley, c/o Tom F.)

Comments

  1. “Be Prepared”, the unwritten motto of Corgis!

  2. 260Oakley says:

    Hmm, a Corgi might be tempted to chew on your brolly. Then, when you tried to open it, you’d find that it was Pembroken.

  3. Perfectly proportioned stubbular brolly’s stubbular pup-porter.
    Should an Olde Englishe Sheepedogge carry a proper bumbershoot? And a Scottish Deerhound a golf umbrella?

  4. he’s shaggy for a Corg, no?

  5. + one Internet for your use of the term ‘bumbershoot’
    I’m a fan.

  6. ‘e’s sporting ‘is winter coat, dunchanow…

  7. also, when I see the phrase “Be Prepared” – I don’t think of boy scouts, I think of Lion King (the video for which still terrifies me):

  8. Max Fluffular, a lesser branch of the Stubbular family.

  9. Max Stubular always looking out for you!

  10. That works out well – the rain will wash the doggeh slobber off the umbrella!

  11. Max Stubbular sporting some shaggy moonboots!

  12. Actually, Corgis, both the Pembroke and the Cardigan, come in what is called “Fluffy” factor. It’s not approved by the AKC, but it is very darling, so who cares!!

  13. ooh, I certainly don’t

  14. Corgi Fuffy Factor for the win!!!

  15. How could anything officially called a “fluffy factor” NOT be approved?

  16. Clairdelune says:

    :-D WIN! :-D

  17. Blue Footed Booby says:

    I think of the Lion King, too, despite being an Eagle scout.

  18. Follow Max on The Twitters! I can speak for him on this- he will love it.

  19. they’re Puggs. very trendy.

  20. Surrender to the FLUFF!

    Max Stubbular, yay!

  21. I love the “”trot trot trot” hovertext. Whenever I see a stubbular little cutie like this guy on the sidewalk I always think “You must take a million steps a day!”

  22. *applause* :lol: :lol: :lol:

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