Listen, Honey. I don’t know where this image came from, or who took it, or what the circumstances are, but those pups should be writhing like crazy, and instead, they’re lyin’ suspiciously still.What’s the deal with the Super Husky spoonin’? [Say in Seinfeld voice]
Isn’t it funny how animals don’t look each other in the eye, really? Maybe only humans do, maybe only humans really recognize each other. It’s like this photo, where the kittehs are "yaahm"ing away on their lollipop, not looking at each other. Same is happening here—the horse and puppeh are all "snort!" and "ew!!!" respectively, and not looking each other in the eye.
That puppeh is totally freaking out man! Thanks to Lori S. ;)
Position One: FULL FLIGHT MODE
Ear span: 1.5 feet
"Little chick this is Big Eagle, OVER. We have lift off, OVER."
Position Two: Aerodynamic, landing mode
Ear span: .2 feet
"Little chick this is Big Eagle, OVER. We are in stealth mode, approaching water landing. Our ears are folded, OVER"
Happy landings, "Amadeus" the Dachschund and Sender-Inner Andrea K.
Or a Wii.
Otherwise, more pillows will be sacrificed to the Boredom Gods.
Rian L., throw him a bone, Man!
OK, there is only ONE thing you can say when you look at this picture:
[And you have to sing it in a BOOMING, BLACK, WOMAN'S voice]
Go on, do it. You know those dogs are having a suh-weet time.
Dy-no-MITE!, Elizabeth F.!
OMG, sleeping on your computer. Holy eight-sided dice, People. Amazing there is no Slashdot up on the screen. I bet this pup is dreaming about calculus. It kinda looks like he’s backstage at MacWorld or something.
Jenny E.—for reals, it looks like a good place to keep warm [insert exploding Dell laptop joke here]