Friday, March 15, 2013

A Corgi Limerick for Ye - Third (and final?) Edition


Behold ye these Corgis of Cardigan
Whose faces tell a tale of longsufferin'.
Though regularly charming
Next time, without warning
They'll poo in her shoe if she does this again.

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However, friends, not to worry. Like the tricky Irish elves themselves, even petulant corgis masquerading as Leprechauns and pots-of-gold-at-the-end-of-the-rainbow must deliver the goods when seen by human eyes. (And by goods, I mean all these other silly photos of Jon Farleigh and Dewi "suffering" through the St. Patrick's Day shoot!)

Enjoy! :-)



Is it me or is Dewi not completely believable as some sort of mythical wish-granting creature?
Seriously, he looks like he was just plucked out of the shire, possibly along with a hobbit or two! :)









Totally worth his weight in gold.



Ears, wings or end table? :)



The Eyes

The String of Drool ;-)

The First of Many Feline Photo Bombs
(I have FIVE cats, people; what did you expect?!)

All begging for a treat; yes, the kitten got one, too. I do not discriminate among species.

These do not look like the faces of corgis who poo in shoes, do they? ;-)

Do you see it, too??? hehe ;-)

And rounding it all out with some highly unusual feline insolence...

Yeah, well at least I'm not dressed up like a kindergartner in a parade!
(he says while sporting the bandana from his human sister's
American Girl (brand) stuffed West Highland Terrier) 

Happy St. Patrick's Day, everybody!

:-)

10 comments:

  1. Pawsome pix, they really made us smile. Have a fabulous Friday and have a great St Patricks' Day.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. So cute! All such good looking models, even the photo bombers.

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  3. Looking good! (Although someone looks a bit sheepish under the rainbow hat!) Happy St Patrick's Day!

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  4. Adorable! And I covet Dewi's hat!

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  5. Funny but with all the corned beef, cabbage, and leprechauns I've seen around town, this is the first place I've seen Corgis as symbols of St. Patrick's Day. You're a trendsetter!

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  6. Great post! Happy (belated) St. Paddy's Day...

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  7. Good god they're too cute! Love the hats and especially the tie, very distinguished. :) Makes me wish even more that hats would fit and stay on Dante's head!

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  8. From now on, when I picture a Leprechaun, I am going to see Dewi.

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  9. Best St. Paddy's Day fluffy Cardgi Corgis I've seen this year. Hands down. Love the STRING OF DROOL.

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