It's always nice to have a little game to go along with drinking, isn't it?I don't know, it takes the edge off or something.
How many giant cans can ya drink bfore th ol kangaroo tells ya "86, Chickie"?
I bet the more cans you finish, the more realistic that kangaroo gets, huh?
I see Tiny Dog likes thids Beer, TOO!!! Cute picture! Tiny really is truly tiny!!! So Cute!
Mike - Yeah, it makes it seem like the drinking has more of a purpose.Joey Polanski - Two. I'm gonna try for three next weekend.Bekah - The drunker I get, the more elaborate the kangaroo is. She usually ends the night with a blue apron on and matching eyeshadow. She waits by the couch for me to finish and escorts me when I get snacks too.OOLOTH - There is nothing that Oy will not drink! She has a problem.
Tiny Dog is really bold. Drinking someone else's beer can get people into trouble let alone dogs. Is there anything that she doesn't eat/drink?
You're gonna blog Tiny Dog's intervention, aren't you?
A kangaroo would never give up its beer so easily. You'd have to fight for it.
MCB - Her intense cuteness is the reason I let the boldness slide. We have yet to find any food/drink that she won't go back to have seconds of. Tequila, pickles, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, asparagus (cooked & uncooked), squash, tabasco...she'll eat it all.Anne Arkham - Of course! I'm enabling her right now so she gets REALLY addicted. This way the intervention will be more dramatic. She should be snorting coke by the end of the week.Anaglyph - Sometimes I do. My kangaroo (Sheila) is afraid of karate kicks. She doesn't have a lot of fight in her.
Do they make that in a 50 gallon version.
Just keep her away from the nasal spray.
Bo Snagley - I believe they call those things "kegs".Anne Arkham - Check.
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