Tag Archives: Corgi

The Hoover Structure

On our vacation we visited a famous, large, man-made object. Carl, always one to be sensitive about his language, insisted on calling it the “Hoover Water Retention Structure.” HOWRETS in government speak. We played along. While standing on the concrete … Continue reading

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Versions

Bob’s Blog presents the first in a series called, “Bob’s Version—Carl’s Version.” In this initial installment, we have only this photograph to serve as empirical evidence. And, as is often the case, Carl and Bob have varying views of what … Continue reading

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Beach Puppies

Carl isn’t much of a shopper, but this sign intrigued him.  However, when he entered the story he was pushed to the brink of horror by the presence of strange, black, clothed puppies—with no eyes.

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The Carl Report–Part 2

The Carl Report—What People Want to Nose. First I would like to explain what might have appeared to be an abrupt ending to my last report. I didn’t want my ailment to be made public, but apparently I have little … Continue reading

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Clipped to the Ears

As you can imagine, there’s a story behind this picture. It started with curiosity. Have you ever wondered how many times you’ve done a certain thing—like climb the stairs in your house? I have. Were you ever curious about how … Continue reading

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Biscuit Dizzy

  What was last week’s human idiom with which Carl had difficulty? “Making a mountain out of a molehill.” Reason? To Carl, a molehill is a mountain—and a mountain is a mountain. No difference. *************************** Carl had warned me to … Continue reading

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Idioms

Last week I presented you with a riddle that was inspired by Carl’s interesting kitten-naming skill. According to the return reports, two of you solved the riddle by the third clue. Good job! Here is the key to the puzzle: … Continue reading

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