Saturday, May 06, 2006

MasterCard entry

A few weeks ago, they were advertising a contest to submit your own MasterCard commercial. I know I'm a day late and a dollar short, but here goes:

  • A bag of dog food: $25
  • Registration, initial vet visits and all the other b.s.: $500
  • Staying home on Saturday night: a savings of $100
  • Witnessing a struggle over the sweet nectar of the gods: Priceless

7 comments:

Grins said...

Adam, have you seen this? http://www.oldnavy.com/browse/info.do?cid=15027

Adam said...

Thanks Grins...I think it might be hard for mine to compete in such a competition. They don't even get to wear collars. What would they do with cargo pants?

Grins said...

The gypsy dogs could show them alternative uses for Old Navy fleece I'm sure.

Southern Fried Girl said...

The snarl face scared me. The most Gage does is take his chewy thing and move location. He growls at me and that's his ass.

Grins said...

Southern: it didn't scare me but I can't imagine my goldens doing it to me either. The only time I see them doing it is 1)when my younger male tries to get his mom's bone or 2.) when another male tries to get a wee bit too familiar with my female when we're out for a walk. Being a former breeding bitch she KNOWS what that is all about and her baby days are over. ;-) By the way Adam, I was laughing that you encouraged the magic fountain. Me on the other hand, I'm always trying to remember to put the tops down to make the magic fountain inaccessible. I'm such a meanie huh?

Snow White said...

I loved it! Especially the snarl! I have a picture of one of my cats on the desk watching, too!

Adam said...

Its true. Molly is a growler. She only growls at me though...unless someone else tells her they are going to get her bone (a real or imaginary one, it doesn't matter) or if they ask to see her pretty teeth. That's her "thing." Do I worry that it will ever go beyond that? No. We settled that a long time ago.

As for the toilet drinking...I love the convenience of being able to pull a lever and have fresh water shoot out from the walls into a storage device that can't be knocked over.