March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
That’s the best I’ve ever seen Woodstock sing.
Last time I gave someone the bird I got in trouble!
Forget dogs. Get a goose! Or a rooster. They can be deadly protectors. Although Woodstock just proved birds are better.
So much for Tweedly, Tweedly Dee.
Tell Schroeder to come and listen.
So today’s moral is if you are a guard dog protecting the left-side entrance to your house, don’t give up your look-out position to a songbird!
Beware of the Bird!
What a cute watchdog you are snoopy
Awwww! But he’s your best friend‼️❤️☺️
Peacocks make great watch birds.
But it was a really scary song!
My wife and I closed down a business. The IRS needed some paperwork and since our business was run out of our converted garage, they came to the house to see if they could pick it up.
When they came to the door, our dog ran down the steps barking and, as often happened, skidded and slammed his 70 pound body into the doors ratting them. The agents went away and called us, explained that they thought better of picking up the papers personally because of the dog and asked us to mail the paperwork to them.
We looked at the dog and said, “You get steak tonight.”
Ok all you music majors out there…what is that piece?
I’m afraid watch-doggerism is lost on my pooch. She seems only interested in barking at cats or squirrels and, the occasional possum. Any two legged intruders are a potential love source.
I don’t know what piece of music Woodstock is whistling, but I strongly suggest he should learn the “Dragnet” theme:
Woodstock will make a great watch bird.
And “Ode to Joy” was probably not the best musical selection… ☺
Either way, shut up so people can sleep.
If you think that’s bad Snoopy, I bet his bark would be much worse (but funnier).
Why there aren’t ‘watchbirds’, I guess.
Birds are dinosaurs, so the sign should say “Beware of a dinosaur”. Also, consider an ostrich. https://xkcd.com/2090/
Is there any significance to the music in Woodstock’s speech bubble?
Snoopy tried being Peppermint Patty’s watchdog once,and we all know how THAT worked out…..
Songbirds sing very sweetly, but when they get aggressive their tone can change dramatically. If I walked past my cage of cute little finches and they all started screeching at me from their perches, I would be seriously freaked out.