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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

How would "I" change a light bulb?

Tosca started a cool game, answer the following joke. How would a dog change a light bulb? Well I think that as a Frenchie I would wouldn't even notice, because I would be too busy playing with my mommy and daddy. When mommy and daddy do finally change the light bulb I would be following them around with a toy in my mouth until they are done and can play with me again.





16 comments:

Koobuss said...

Hi! My name is Koobuss and I am a 10-month-old wire hair fox terrier.

I wouln't change the light bulb either. That's not my job. i don't care about light bulbs All I want to do is eat and play, and I can do those in the dark.

Lots of koobuss Kisses,
Koobie

Max Dex said...

What is a lightbulb?

Just dropping by to say hello!

Goofy said...

Light bulb? Do we have to change it? Oh no, I got no idea bout that

ROSSI said...

Ooohhooo.., good one.. Balboa.. furthermore, we can see better in the dark..who need light bulb.. :P

Cheers
Golden Rossi

Pacco de Mongrel said...

good job...v pampered pooch hardly needs to worried about that light bulb

Girl Girl Hamster said...

Oh nice answer. I like that you're holding a toy ever ready to play with or without light bulb. :)


~ Girl girl

Amber-Mae said...

Hehehehe, good one Balboa!

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Simba said...

Yes, playing with you is far more important then any light bulb.

Simba xx

Ferndoggle said...

Yep, I'm with you Balboa. Play & Play & let Mom & Dad do the tough stuff!

Lola

Jackson said...

Playing with toys is always my priority too. I leave the housework and stuff to my minions!

J x

PS J1 asked me to say that she also likes Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood's version of "Jackson"!

Lorenza said...

Yes. We don't care about light bulbs. Better be playing while your parents fix what they need to fix.
Have a nice day
Lorenza

Tadpole said...

Hee hee! Happy-go-lucky Balboa!

Frasypoo said...

good approach!!!
Its their problem not ours !
frasier

Seadra & Zoe said...

If Seadra had to climb a ladder it would never get done...she's a nervous nelly. Zoe is fearless and carefree so she would fly up that ladder.

Jessica

Graham, Prince & Tilly said...

Being a collie cross, Tilly would await the arrival of a flock of sheep to herd into changing it!

Joe Stains said...

seriously, us dogs cant be worried about stuff like that, sheesh!