I don’t even know how to introduce this week’s Funny Bone Monday. The first video has already rendered me speechless. Let’s launch into dogs and toys.
Yeah. I have a plastic cow which does this with Nerds candy. Meaning I eat the candy once it poops it out. Oh, and it moos. Maybe you’ll get a video at Christmas.
Okay. Here’s another by the same guy, but the toy is for the dog, not a kid.
Exactly how much pup-eroni did his dog eat? Doesn’t he know that giving your dog too many treats in one day will make it sick? We need to school that man. Maybe Coco Puff schooled all over his carpet.
This next one is just cute. Super cute.
Oh my dog. Y’all. Y’all. You have to try this. You know you want to.
You KNOW you want to.
So, in looking for videos for today’s post, I went down a very ugly path. Once walking down that path, there was no turning back. Believe me when I tell you that this is the cleanest version of what I found on that walk.
What really cracks me up is that there are about a million videos of people either teaching me how to make fake dog poo, or people pulling fake dog poo pranks on other people. And they all act like it’s something which has never been thought of or done before.
But! Here’s one which did surprise me! I’m posting it especially for Gizmo’s mom, since she likes this sort of thing. 🙂
This one isn’t funny, but it is cheap genius. I LOVE cheap genius. I think you’ll like it, too.
I especially like the screw top bucket. It seems more durable.
A couple of things – if you, or anyone you know, will be driving to BlogPaws, please LET ME KNOW. I have a BlogPaws surprise which I need help with. Second, it was a gorgeous weekend, so I spent a ton of time outside being nibbled by ducks.
Petey is such a goober.
I really should make a shaming sign for this duck. I settled for kissing him instead.
And Flash got a bath. Finally. I used a handmade bar soap, tea tree and eucalyptus, to clean him. It rinsed out super quickly. I think I’m going to like using bar soap on my dogs.
I also spent the weekend riding herd on chicks.
The little guys are still pretty small at seven weeks. They kept escaping through holes in the fence which are too big for the hens to get through.
And that’s it! Enjoy your Monday! And subscribe if you like the Funny Bone Monday feature!
Until I write again …