♬ Max Is Back..And There’s Gonna Be Trouble ♬

After being in Winter Hibernation or…something, Max is back. Thought it might be a good idea to pass on the Stubbular Instruction Manual, just so you remember where all the important parts are.

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NOTE: The part of Max Stubbular played by the one and only Peanut: images 2-5 from Peanut’s Tumblr. Image 1 from SLR Artwork on Cheezburger. Title inspired by this song.

Comments

  1. I’m grateful for the diagram. It explains so much!!

  2. The diagram should have two sections . You’ve got the Pembroke Corgi down, but you’ve missed the Cardigan Corgi – a rarer, but older, breed.
    Its fun-detectors are rounded at the tips, and the rump features a nice long fox-brush- style tail.

  3. WANT ONE!!!!!!!!

  4. sabrina rose says:

    But would the Queen approve???

  5. But what of the corgi’s pantaloon region? They have magnificent pantaloons flaring from their butt cheeks! Like the wings on an old Cadillac.

  6. Yuri Bell says:

    I did not see a pettin’ spot in the diagram. They must have some sort of pettin’ spot.

  7. Last I checked, the pettin’ spot was located either between the fun detectors or somewhere in that region between the front and back stumpers.

  8. I would like to have seen the Axis of Snorgling pointed out on the diagram. I guess I’ll just have to find it myself. All in the name of research, of course. :)

  9. fun detectors? more like the nommable sections.

  10. the things we do for science, rachael… ;)

  11. Badinkadink…HAH!

  12. I don’t!!! It’s not a “rump,” it’s a boomper, and the attached mini-appendage is the nub. Sophie was highly offended by the unsavory terminology.

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