Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Mmmm.... good!

The kids and Ace went to our town's Halloween parade tonight. They came home with quite the loot. Well, the girls did. The Door Man decided that he would complain more than any woman on the face of this earth combined, so he didn't get much candy. And he went to bed early.

But here's a little conversation from the night. Is it verbatim? Heck no. I have no idea how the conversation went, but I could only imagine it sounded a little like this.

QB: Hey Daddy..... what's this?

Ace: Not sure. What does it look like?

QB: Some new fangled, dog-bone shaped candy I guess.

Ace: Well, there's only one way to find out!

QB: There sure is Daddy. Cheers!

CRUNCH!

YUCK!



When you receive a bag of goodies with these things included, and a business card from Howl A Day Inn, a dog grooming shop, it is a sure bet that it isn't candy.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Dog Bone Daddy said...

Woof woof! Bark bark woof! Arf bark growwwwwwwwl...

In my woof defense, I bark must say that I was in a woof parade-induced candy tunnel-vision sort of bark mindset at the time.

I mean, arf, everything in a plastic pumpkin must be edible, right, woof?

Please excuse me now, bark. I need to scratch something.

Pant, pant, pant, pant......

10:17 AM  
Blogger Knitting Maniac said...

Oh ha ha, Ace. Very funny.

10:20 AM  
Blogger The "Mind" said...

Oh, it was Ace that ate it?

Bwahahaha.

Don't feel too bad. Apparently I had a penchant for Milk Bones as a kid and I'm fine. Err, mostly fine. LOL!

1:35 PM  
Anonymous kailani said...

He ate it? Yikes!

3:13 PM  
Blogger Knitting Maniac said...

yes. He was telling me how the parade was, and he started coughing. I asked him if he was ok, and he said "I'm fine. The Queen made me eat a dog biscuit. She did, too!"

4:51 PM  

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