Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

 
It's a good thing  you have a designated driver Barkley
because you sure can't hold your licker.

18 comments:

  1. My great dane used to love to hang over my headrest and drool on my shoulder while I was driving. I think I am ready to get another slobber hound.

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  2. Took me three tries to type something because I kept laughing out loud. Loved it.

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  3. LOL, thanks I needed a laugh today!

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  4. Every time my dog licks me I wonder what he licked before me......maybe its better not to think.

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  5. We were driving back from doggie day camp when I felt his breath on my neck. I grabbed the little point and shoot that's in the console in case of accident. I couldn't see him, I just shot the photo and cracked up when I saw it.

    Home, tired, but all is well.

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  6. Wow - what a pampered pooch!! He has the life Ms. B . . . he has the life . . .

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  7. He wanted a snack on the ride home, so he licked his boogers. How else is he going to keep the startle factor of a cold, wet nose?

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  8. There's a doormat out there somewhere that reads:

    WARNING: DOG CAN'T HOLD ITS LICKER.

    I almost got it for my best friend when her second Seeing Eye dog turned out to have as much trouble with that as Barkley apparently does.

    Perhaps you should invest in that.... ;)

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  9. Riding around in a truck with a beautiful redhead, sticking his tongue out at everyone else on the road.

    (High-five, Barkley)

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  10. You must have driven him past "intoxicating" smells, LOL.

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  11. Anytime we forget that this is a great country, remember; one government organization is responsible for booze, cigars and guns.

    I think Saturday Night Live did a skit back in it's very beginning where a door labelled "Director, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms" was opened to show John Belushi sitting there in an open shirt with a holster strapped under his armpit, a lit cigar in his mouth, a shotglass in his hand, and a revolver and an open bottle on his desk. I can't even remember the dialogue, I just laughed to see it.

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  12. Auntie J - I've seen that, awesome!

    MSgtB - he behaved himself once he got home. He'd missed his Mom (and the cooking smells).

    RonF - the old classic SNL can't be beat. I went through college on much of it.

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  13. Uh oh. I think SNL started up my Senior year at school. You and I are close to an age, dear lady.

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