Chuckle at me, will you? Well, my fine friends, you’ll be chuckling from the back of those chubby pink faces when I intimidate you with the awe-inspiring power of my chest-beating territorial threat display! Prepare to cower — here it comes!
Part Three: The handshake is the key to any successful introduction. Always grasp the hand firmly, and shake from the elbow, pumping about three or four times. A two-handed grip is too familiar for most business and social situations.
Regardless of species, a bear hug is considered inappropriate for an initial greeting.
Photo: Alan Vernon
…and on my count, Mr. Mister’s “Broken Wings” in 3…2…1…!
Also very “Take My Breath Away”, Kelly R.
Why would you even ask me that? I’m insulted! Every time something goes missing around here, everybody looks at me! For your information, I don’t even wear that shade — it doesn’t flatter my complexion and it tastes terrib… oops.
Says Valerie S.: “This is our Howie, a 9 month old male shi tzu/maltese. Howie (or Howard when he has been naughty) raided my purse one morning and found a tube of lipstick I haven’t used in over a year. This is what I woke up to that morning!”
OK, we’ve got some menacing finches at 2 o’clock. And be wary of those meddling Monarchs at high noon. Stay alert, and most importantly – when I tell you, you move, move, MOVE!
The C.I.A. has never looked so appealing, Melissa S.
(Let’s see… I’ve got strong light coming from the east, so I’d better use an F-22 setting with the variable high-speed aperture, and soften those shadows with the 500-watt telephoto grammiz frobble…)
Photo: Camera Birds by Navicore
While doing the yawn-move at a showing of “Arabian Nights”, Chuck overextended his welcome.
Forwarded by Amanda L. from here
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My Little Puppy and My Little Pony as BFFs, sent in by Lina S.!
OK, perhaps there’s nothing we can humanely do about their disproportionate size, but would an emery board be so horrible?
Thanks to Alexandra J. who discovered this gem on this gem.