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Friday, August 26, 2011

Monday, August 15, 2011

WOOF: Ask Alpha! (humor)

Dear Alpha:

Someone recently hurt my feelings. I'd like to tell them, but can’t get my tail out from between my legs. Help!

Signed: Throw me a bone!

Dear Bone:

 When we're not on our game, WOOFers often bark our little butts off or tuck our tails. Alpha wants you to stand in front of a mirror, look yourself in the eye, think of the situation, then shake it off from head to paw. Will that make the other person aware? Doubtful. But you'll feel grrrreat with your tail wagging to high heaven!   

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Ask Alpha! Content & Illustration Copyright Diana Black 2011
Disclaimer: Ask Alpha! is fictional in character and content.
WOOFers Club is not in the business of offering professional advice
nor is this column meant to represent anything but fiction.

Friday, August 12, 2011

WOOF: Furry Friends Friday: Doggy Exercise

So, maybe this isn't quite what we had in mind. I've seen site incorporating Yoga into Doga, but these pictures are just wrong! We spotted the above on a fun site called Gypsy Palace, but, when it comes to exercising your dog, most of us stick to more traditional methods.

Okay, maybe this isn't quite what we had in mind, but, whatever exercise you choose, don't let your dog become a....

Couch Potato!

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Monday, August 8, 2011

WOOF Celebrates 100 Years of Lucy!

WOOF wonders,
what's your favorite "I Love Lucy" episode?

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Friday, August 5, 2011

Monday, August 1, 2011

WOOF: Sissies Need Not Apply!

Sisters, 50 ain’t for sissies!   Why?
  • Oily facial pores turn into lava beds beneath six layers of moisturizing products.
  • Willowy waists expand into redwood trunks after one bag of movie popcorn.
  • Steel-trap minds unhinge at the drop of a…uh, what is it? Oh well, something or other.
Just sayin’ it takes courage to face and admit to being that ever-changing woman in the mirror.

Someone, somewhere, sometime made this profound statement: “We admire a woman for the courage to show herself to the world as she is, and in the end it's the courage we find attractive.” Imagine we’d all like to thank this “unknown author,” wherever and whoever she is.

And also like to ask her if she always had the courage to show herself as she is. Or did it come easier after she reached middle-age.

Because in the big scheme of things, what’s a little dry skin? Or adding belt holes? Or…there was a third thing, but I forget.

So here’s to our fearless sisterhood, slathering as fast as we can.

Yet plucky enough to be good with however it plays out.

(Plucky. That reminds me, where are my tweezers? Or should I just break down and get the hedge trimmers?)

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