Sometimes I wake up in the morning and have no idea what I'm going to post on the blog (like yesterday and today).* I used to get really stressed out about it, but with time, I've learned to just go about my day as usual, and most of the time, something inspires me. (If not, I just go through my photos, pick something cute and put the word "random" in the title. :)
But anyway, today, as I read through some other dog blogs, I saw a couple references to the phrase "my dog dug a hole to China," and for the first time in my adult life, I questioned the validity of it. Not whether a dog (or anyone) could actually dig through the planet, but whether my dog (if he could HYPOTHETICALLY dig a hole that deep) would actually end up in China?
|So how long do you think it'll take us to get to China?|
But not only that, is this phrase "digging a hole to China" used only in North America? Or do dogs all over the globe mysteriously dig to the same place? And what about dogs in China? Do they dig to North America?
Is anyone else with me???
You should know that because I suffer from some degree of obsessive-compulsive disorder, I couldn't stand not knowing the answer, so I googled "digging a hole to China."
North American readers pay attention: If you think your dog might be digging to China, guess what? You'd be WRONG. Your dog will actually end up under the Indian Ocean somewhere off the west coast of Australia. Talk about a bubble-burster. :(
(Those of you NOT in North America can go here to see where your dog would end up.)
|Is that China? What's it supposed to look like?|
But I'm still wondering of my non-North American readers: Do you even use the phrase "my dog is digging to China?"
Will you let me know in the comments so I can sleep?
Thank you. :)
*It's safe to come back tomorrow. I've already planned what I'm posting. :)