Alert reader, Moose, spotted me recently launching a little money making endeavor. I feel it is important to have some kibbles money set aside given that the DOH frequently lets my kibbles totally run out and I could starve. You can check it out here.
Of course Moose has it all wrong! The Mango is not meeting hot gals here, no way, absolutely not, especially not the BEAST!
Don't worry, MJ, you are my main gal, I mean, come on, no competition, look at your lovliness all lost in meditation. Sigh.
Of course seeing my large and handsome self did attract some inquiries.
In other news, I, Mango now know why progress on the barn is slow. As this revealing photo shows, whilst the Master is hard at work painting the front of the barn, Rick and Jarrod are busy playing elevator with the scaffolding on the side. How childish.
Then I went around back to instruct Rick to get to work already and found him messing about with this new toy that Master brought home.
I even captured him digging up rocks on video. I mean, come on already, how is digging up rocks going to get the barn built? Hard to get good help I suppose.
I was shocked to discover that witless Master had once again been duped into purchasing jumping flowers for the deck. Flowers should sit in their spot, right? But these jump right out of the pot. I was trying to put them back in when Momma came out and she scolded me. Huh?
No sooner did she go back in the house, when they jumped right back out! See that feisty little flower on the deck? Look at Pee-Wee! I think they scared him! It also maybe tried to attack him because he had dirt on his snooter.
Speaking of Pee-Wee, I kind of feel sorry for the little dude because momma says he is almost fully grown and he is still really short and only weighs 75 pounds. That must explain why he is always climbing on top of things.
He has some sort of shorty dog complex.
So whilst I was getting more morning ear massage I got to thinking...
And had a brilliant idea!
We must water the labradude. Yes, that will make him grow for sure. I grabbed the hose and set to it.
I asked Momma to take over with the hose because he was wiggling so much.
But look! I think his leggies are longer already!
Watering the lab does have its down side. It kind of makes him go a little cracker dog, resulting in reckless zoomies.
And drive by's!
This is the family friendly version...
Watch out, ladies, here comes the R-rated version. Seeing all may Mango-ness seems to have made the midget feel a bit, um, small.
That's OK, tiny lab, if we water you every day you will grow up big and strong like the Mango.
Time for deep thoughts...
Mango Man! Oh yeah!