About that dog . . . does anyone else find it extremely weird? It never moves, and all they do is pick it up and carry it around. They call it a puppy, but I think it's a very old dog, in fact. He's probably got the rheumatizz.
OMG that is so hilarious! Seriously though, I think they need to lay Mr. Pooh off the sedatives before he becomes addicted...unless it's too late.
I have to add my voice to the chorus and ask:
"What's up with that dog, anyway? It never barks, and hardly ever moves?"
I sure wish my neighbor's dogs never barked!
Yeah, did you ever see a dog sit under a Christmas tree, not moving, like that? That thing scares me a little.
LOL, "little freak." Thanks for starting this thread, Ducky.
BTW, I'm an animal lover, big-time, but this critter is one weird item. And he's not very cute, IMO. He needs some of that stuff that takes tearstains off of white fur, for starters. That's what always bugs me about white dogs--the rust stains under their eyes from tears. No dog can look clean while bearing those marks.
How Ms. Lala became Mr. Pooh (Quotes from G-man in Philly)...
The dog currently known to Bizarre Bunch viewers as Mr. Pooh first made its debut when Suk-hyun ran into it with his car one day. Suk-hyun felt bad for the poor dog, which was badly hurt, so he decided to take it in. Jae-man, Suk-hyun's father, was happy with the prospect of taking care of the dog; Nara, however, was not. Jae-man decided to name the dog Lala (which would imply that this is a female dog), and Nara immediately objected to the name. She requested that Lala be renamed, and then later she wanted it permanently banished from the house, so Suk-hyun took it to Ki-woong's place...
...Suk-hyun ended up giving Lala to his aunt, Jae-ok, and from there, Lala ended up in the hands of Jong-nam, who renamed him Mr. Pooh. (Jong-nam actually jokingly referred to him as Mr. Pooh when Suk-hyun gave her a ride one day in his car.) This is the point when Mr. Pooh, for all intents and purposes, became a male dog; Jong-nam began referring to him as "Suk-hyun's brother" whenever Suk-hyun was around. ...
We have a Maltise that looks just like Mr.Poo "Don Kay" those eyes are a sticky every few day cleaning mess. And our Lucy doesn't like getting them cleaned! I only wish she was half as quiet as Mr.Poo, we even invested in a bark collar when used she acts like Mr.Poo maybe they have one on him.
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Mommy, I want a puppy! A puppy is a lot of work, you can't have one. No, it's easy, Mommy, you just pick it up when you want to play with it, like Jong-nam's puppy. There's no work! (Don't they ever walk the poor thing? It's going to need a trip to the vet and some laxative.)
(Don't they ever walk the poor thing? It's going to need a trip to the vet and some laxative.)
No, they never walk it... and it definitely doesn't need a laxative...How many times did Jong-nam come home and step in the proof that laxatives aren't necessary?
For people who NEVER wear shoes in the house you think they'd pay more attention to the little poop factory, Or at least sit it in the corner when you go out
What kind of dog stays where you put it? If it were in a crate, ok, but it's just in an open box. I saw only 2 poopings, once at Ki-woong's and once at Jong-nam's house. If it kept on making messes, I wouldn't think they'd be that fond of it. I wouldn't, anyway, once more and you're outtahere, buster!!
Come on everybody, give Mr. Pooh a break. He's adorable, it's not his fault that no one washes his face. I have a little shate-zu who is the love of my life. She was a dynamo when she was young, but now, as an elder dog she stays pretty much in one place for awhile. By the way, I woke up early this morning (4:00a.m.) and was watching the Sponge Show. What a hoot. They showed a Korean invention for picking up dog pooh. It was a cardboard box with a string attached. You carefully stepped on it while pulling the string, it picked up the pooh, and you threw the box away. I guess you had to see the demonstration. I really want one. I hope it comes to the U.S.
By the way, I woke up early this morning (4:00a.m.) and was watching the Sponge Show. What a hoot. They showed a Korean invention for picking up dog pooh. It was a cardboard box with a string attached. You carefully stepped on it while pulling the string, it picked up the pooh, and you threw the box away. I guess you had to see the demonstration. I really want one. I hope it comes to the U.S.
I liked the lady who didn't hear the "Carefully" part of the instructions and just mashed down on it! ;D