Monday, January 27, 2014


what? it's not food!
I know I just talked about the weather like last week. But it's being so weird I have to talk about it again. Besides, if you live somewhere that's not as tropical as San Francisco, seeing some butts might warm you up. 

My human is a little freaked out about taking pictures of naked dudes, so it's not the greatest butt picture ever. But hopefully it makes you feel warm inside:

I know from experience that butt weather = picnics. If you don't know, picnic is just a fancy human word for eating food on the ground. Usually at the park or beach. Sometimes on a blanket. Obviously, picnics are awesome. 

In theory, anyway.

Because yesterday on the way to the park my human reminded me how much trouble I'd be in if I tried to eat anyone's ground food. When I pretended not to hear her the first three times, she told me four more times and threatened to take away all future bacon.

HUMAN: if you eat anyone's food, bacon will never pass your lips again.
ME: so... if I don't eat any food, I'll get bacon?
HUMAN: nice try.
ME: is that a yes?

Sometimes it's hard to tell if a human is telling you the truth or just saying stuff to get you to do what they want. I wasn't 100% sure if the bacon threat was serious, so I decided not to risk it with the ground food. Luckily I found a pile of stray ice cubes to munch on. I mean, ice isn't technically food. But it's still eatable.

ice cubes = brain freeze
So I ate the ice. And then my brain froze. Uhm, yeah. FACT: just because something's eatable, doesn't mean it won't make your head implode. 

Dutch thought this was kinda funny. My human knows what it's like to have a hurt brain and felt a little bad for me. But not enough to bend the rules about eating other people's ground food. Or give me sympathy bacon.


Those Jersey Shore Puggles said...

We have been eating ice cycles for the last month. They're ice like the cubes but long like bully sticks but they break way too easy. Mom's afraid we'll poke an eye out when we fight over them. Anyway, glad it's warm someplace because it is freezing in NJ. We're moving to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in March. Mom said "Same Ocean, Different State" what? we don't understand.

Roxi, Riley & Lea

Meredith LeBlanc said...

Um, what's with the butt people? Have you moved to a nudist colony? Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Meredith & Scarlet

Beatrix's Mom said...

Hi Puglet - I'm jealous of the butts. They're fun to sniff. My mom decided I was desocialised, so made my dad take me (and her) to the dog park yesterday. Afterwards, there was ice. I.Hate.Ice.A.Lot. That stuff makes my tongue numb to the point that I stick it on my mom's arm and won't remove it. You should try that for the numb brain too.


Noodles said...

Hi Puglet,
Brain Freeze is no fun and definitely BACON worthy.
Love Noodles

Ollie said...

Why so many nude guys wandering around? Is this a new SF thing or something you just didn't mention before. Curious minds want to know.

We got a brain freeze just looking at your ice chips because we're freezing our butts off up here, every day!

P.S. My human always mumbles about her brain hurting. I say: gimpy brain humans unite!

Anonymous said...

Puglet, I can almost see your butt in that pic too!

Unknown said...

I wish I lived where you live. There's hardly ever people butts like this just walking down the street.

Anonymous said...

Do they wear Willykini or totally naked?? Just wondering... isn't that illegal to be butt (buck) naked?
From Frozen city with love (brrr).....
Sammy and Neko

Anonymous said...

We never see Butts around here, we want to come and visit you!
Pearl, Trixie, and Margie

Rachel's Thoughts said...

I love the picture of Puglet's little snout sniffing out the ice cubes.