September 10, 2011

Crapola.

Warning: Dog business.

I came home earlier this evening to find poor Miss Doggie locked in our bedroom. No idea how this happened. I managed to find the one key in a drawer full of keys and let her out. She tore past me, raced down the stairs and didn't even say thanks. Sheesh.

The good news? The dog hadn't actually peed in the room. The bad news...?

CRAPOLA!



I know, it's a drawing of a turd. It's late, I'm tired, and turds are funny. As long as you can't smell them. And look, I think it likes you.

The brown crayons were @BigDaddySaid's idea!


21 comments:

  1. So, Miss Doggie gave you the "business", huh?

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  2. I dread this because my dogs are so BIG...and so prone to LOOSE STOOLS. OMG, we'd have to replace the carpet.

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  3. Please tell me you remember this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XValpd6Dksg

    DOO DOO BROWN!

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  4. Jonah - I had a Newfie, so I know about big dog business. Those tiny little perfumed baggies did not come close to covering it. That dog was what I call a "two hander".

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  5. Kym - I don't. I'm famous for not knowing stuff. My ignorance continues to fascinate even me.
    DOO DOO BROWN doan come up in mah face!

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  6. You're okay for not knowing that one. It's a one-hit wonder of the early '90's that may not have had Canadian crossover appeal. It was quite popular among the sophomoric humor high school set (which explains why I still know the lyrics 20 years later). ***running off to add it to a Spotify playlist***

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  7. Kym - I was in London in the early -'90's, so maybe that's why I missed it. Are those dudes still around?

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  8. Ha! I was in Saugatuck last week and saw a doggie bandana that said, "My assistant takes care of all my 'business'!".

    And since I do it for a living, it was especially funny.

    Good one, JC!

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  9. It truly made for a tense evening. She couldn't help it she was scared shitless!(you wish)

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  10. Ok so how in heavens name do you come up with these things. Your mind is just chalked full isn't it? :)

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  11. Lorrie - I was hoping you'd see this one! You are a world class Assistant to the Dogs!

    People who don't pick up after their dogs' poops shouldn't have dogs. Just thought I'd throw that in here.

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  12. Nah - they had their moment of one hit wonder fame and then disappeared almost as quickly as they arrived. Though it was a momentarily wildly popular song, on the charts I don't even think they made it to number two. (number two -> potty humor is boss)

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  13. Amber - I don't know where it comes from but I have a very loosely formed sci-fi nerd theory. (<<< see what I did there? "loosely formed" hahaha I crack myself up).

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  14. KymHAHAHA - you really are the smartess baddass. You're number 1 in my book allawaybaby.

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  15. I’m so grateful that technology is not so far advanced that we have smell ’o vision computers... :-D Speaking of the aroma, those are not scented crayons are they? :-P
    I am glad you saved her. :-)

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  16. Sarah - NOT scented crayons! haha!
    This comment stream is full of funny people. And I'm one of them. *sniff* I'm so happy.

    So happy ...I could poop =]

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  17. I'm more interested in how Miss Doggie was locked in the bedroom in the first place. And, oh yeah...are "Crap-ola" brand crayons available at Walmart? Just in time for back-to-school shopping ;-)

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  18. *breaths through nose* Thank goodness for that! :-D LOL!

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  19. I would very much NOT like to own thatbnix of crayons. Thanks. And he does seem to be rather, chipper. Hmm.

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