Monday, December 30, 2013

Stylin'

 
 
 
 
 
 
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12 comments:

Novice Naturalist said...

I think you've pulled off something special if you can be 'suave and debonair, AND nekkid!" My suaveness rating increases with the more clothes I wear, whatever those clothes are!

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Thanks, I'm sure dogs who have outerwear enjoy the extra comfort...saw a lovely little gal in a red hoody the other day.

Vicki Lane said...

Oh, I hear you, Novice Naturalist!

One of our neighbors knitted this sweater for Otis -- Ali had a fleece jacket but he runs in the woods so much that it was reduced to shreds.

Frances said...

And you, dear Vicki, are a very funny lady. I laughed out loud at these doggies's jousting for the GQ cover status.

xo

Brian Miller said...

bill cosby...haha...does that mean you get jello pudding pops too...that could make for a great treat...smiles.

NCmountainwoman said...

Thanks for the laugh! Remind them not to do GQ interviews. Might get them in trouble.

Vagabonde said...

I went back and looked at your past posts – I love the politically correct Christmas/New Year post and shall copy it. Your pups look good, with or without a coat. My Korat cat, Mitsuko, is always cold as she is a short hair Asian cat. Do you think she would wear a coat if I knit one? I am done knitting baby blankets… but I am not sure a cat would stand a coat, what do you think?

Vicki Lane said...

You never know what a cat will or won't do -- but I doubt mine would put up with a jacket.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Your dogs are so distinguished in their attire -- barbara

Darla said...

LOL Very cute...

Sarah Kreateish said...

I think they both look smashing, sweater or no sweater!

Victoria said...

OMG, I laughed so hard at this! I called my husband to read it so he could have a good laugh, too.
I kept "hearing" the words in my Uncle Ray's north Georgia mountain twangy accent - "And nekkid. You're suave and deboner (sic) and nekkid."