Yesterday we went to Home Depot to buy bigger rocks for the backyard (more on that later). Brother Dutch said he got a cookie from the paint department guy once, so even though we were there to get rocks, we dragged my human over to where the paint is.
Nobody gave us cookies, but seeing the paint got me superexcited about painting to help needy pugs. I started picking out paint colors and everything... until my human said no and dragged us back to the rocks.
ME: Why no? I thought I was going to learn to paint? Like Bellatrix said. Remember, the elephants? How can I paint to help pugs without -
HUMAN: I didn't mean no-you-can't-paint-to-help-the-pugs. I meant no to the paint.
ME: What's wrong with it? Are my colors ugly?
HUMAN: Oh Pug, your colors are fine. But Home Depot paint is different than painting-paint. To paint, you need painting-paint.
Humans have a way of making things soooo complicated, don't they??
I have no idea what the difference is between paint from The Depot and "painting-paint", but I've learned not to ask questions about this kind of stuff. So I just asked if we could go somewhere that sells the painting-paint I need to help pugs.
My human said yes and promised to take me to a place called Flax Art. Google says it's where creative people shop. Stay tuned...