5.05.2006

Killer Yapp Faints Away... Miss Snark Follows

Someone sent a link to this site running some sort of writing contest but the hell with all that...we went straight for the dog pictures.

Killer Yapp was enticed away from the slush pile by Miss Snark's shrieks.
He saw the screen.
He fainted dead away.
Miss Snark managed to scroll through all 12 photos before she too was overcome.

Only the arrival of the hunky guys from FDNY revived us both sufficiently to resume feeble tapping on the keyboard.

Click here at your own risk.

6 comments:

Patrice Michelle said...

LOL! That's a great contest!

As for the pooch in a costume...hahaha..where's a pic of KY in a pink tam? Or is that in the Snarkives somewhere?

Anonymous said...

You will note there are no German Sheperds involved. You wouldn't catch one ever in anything other than a noble pose. This is because they are not dogs. In fact, they are a higher life form than people. The only problem sharing your life with one is that you have to save for their college education.

Anonymous said...

Encouraging people to break the law? What is the world coming to?

December Quinn said...

Oh, dear. That is frightening.

Kirsten said...

There's a website "dogs in duds" where people can submit snapshots of their dogs, dressed. Waiting for an urbane poodle in a pink tam . . .

http://www.dogsinduds.com/

Steorling said...

Okay, sorry to admit it, but I didn't faint until I accidently read "Paris Hilton and the Cannibal." O.o *thunk*

As to the contest, um, well...

I'm a high school teacher, and current writing theory is that ALL writers imitate and (therefore) many teachers are "forcing" imitation as a "stage" in the writing process by requiring plagarism. No joke. My own view? I think it's no less than insidious nitwittery! Especially in a world so immersed in the Web, where reality and fiction are hardly discernible to students and less than 80% of the content out there can even be quoted under MLA or AP standards.