All those things seem to be very puggy topics. I have to admit though that all pugs are not created equal. Pug is the first pug I've ever known, so I just assumed all pugs were just like him: nice but bossy, a little too smart, and kinda funny looking. But Frank isn't bossy or too smart - he's just funny looking.
I've noticed some other differences too. Pug sucks food down like it's been years since his last meal; Frank takes ten minutes to eat a bowl of food (and still doesn't finish). Pug doesn't fart or snore; Frank farts and snores. Pug's tail looks like a cheese doodle; Frank's tail looks like a snail. Pug pushes me off the bed; Frank just sleeps on top of me.
I know you can't really judge a dog by its breed, but I thought some Pug things were universal.
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Flat Puglet is back on the other coast today, visiting two pugs named Petunia and Sequoia in a place called Virginia. After almost getting eaten by Tuni, he helps perform medical tests and rides in one very cool airplane (the real Puglet is sooooooooo jealous about the airplane).
You can read about it here on flatpuglet.com