Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Refractive Reflections










46 comments:

  1. Hey! Looks like you got a spam comment (unless you are planning on dating or starting your own service).

    Anyway, regarding those stuffies, ours are typically You Thin Iced due to damages sustained by the pointy headed one.

    I wonder if everybody over the bridge is all pretty colors like that.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  2. May the Trout live on with all of the other stuffies so ruthlessly killed by dogs like you. :D

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  3. I didn't know stuffies crossed the rainbow bridge. Stumpy will be excited to know that since she is not allowed to have stuffies anymore, in this life. I was afraid the dismembering of the stuffies showed a predilection to serial killing. I didn't want to encourage that.

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  4. A very long way for three canines to go to finally get to a bridge of a joke to cross. May the trout me with you....

    Amen

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  5. That's an important question to resolve. Where do trouts go when they die? To the rainbow bridge? Do trouts cross bridges??! Why don't they go UNDER the bridge? I mean, through the water?

    Ths is why I prefer chewing walls. They actually never die.

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  6. R.I.P. stuffed rainbow trout toy. lol

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  7. Furry impressive!

    Was there khat stuffing in that trout?

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  8. There is nothing like a favorite stuffie. My guys tend to nibble, so we have many fin/tail/armless stuffies that have been sewn back to live a long life.

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  9. If that is where dead stuffies go, then a lot of our furiends who reside there must be very happy.

    Tail wags, the OP Pack

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  10. A stuffed rainbow trout! Wow! How fun. Too bad you don't have it anymore.

    Wiggles,
    Brind'Amour

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  11. Oh the puns! BOL! Now I'm sleepy after all this dream talk.

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  12. You are hilarious!

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  13. Are you SURE you are not a comedian? PS I caught Toby and his pack trying to sneak off to the airport.... they had e-tickets to Vermont!!!!! :)

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  14. Thanks for the laugh this morning! It is good to know that stuffies cross the bridge. =)

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  15. I like cornbread stuffing in my trout, but hardly ever get it. I would never kill it, just eat it.

    Why are you guys always in bed, covered up, is it very cold where you live? Are you patients there and require special treatment. I don't get it.

    Kisses,
    Stella

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    Sierra Rose

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  17. I have sent many of toys, shoes, plants, shirts and wallets over the rainbow bridge. Though I miss my favorite toy a stuffed cow head that would moo three times when I would bite into it. Wait a minute I didn't destroy that toy. "Mommy where is my cow toy?"

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  18. Another stuffie bites the dust.

    Simba and Jazzi xx

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  19. LMAO! That was too funny! I think my destructive ratties have a few plush squirrels that have crossed. But, I LOVE this blog! Follower for LIFE! :)

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  20. Oh help, at first we thought the rainbow trout was on the BBQ - now we see a bridge and a rainbow!
    Must sort out some decent glasses for the secretary!!!
    love
    Martha & Bailey xxx

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  21. That is so sad ;-(

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  22. Sola: you're amazing. I don't think I've EVER carried any stuffie around for more than a day, much less a year. But then again, I would never have wondered such deep thoughts either. I think stuffies just sort of... disappear... something like my dad's G-L-O-V-E.
    xo Sammie

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  23. Anonymous1:29 PM

    Rainbow Bridge??? Rainbow Trout?? Seems SO appropriate. Bless it's little trout heart.

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  24. I kill ALL STuFFIES.... no matter what!!!!!!!

    xo sugar

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  25. Ha ha, that was funny. Rainbow trout doggie heaven.

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  26. I didn't know that stuffies crossed the rainbow bridge either... waiting for their owners perhaps? My dalmatian must be having a grand time then, he killed a ton of 'em!

    Tori doesn't kill her stuffies. She likes to play fetch with them. We have to put them up because she wants to play fetch all night long and, um, we really don't. So her stuffies usually live a very long and healthy life.

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  27. Thanks for another great one! :o)

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  28. LOL...Zac has sent quite a few stuffies there...hehe

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  29. Maybe there was smoother water over the rainbow bridge for the trout??

    Big Sloppy Kisses
    Gus, Louie and Callie

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  30. We are stunned. Shocked. Aghast. Quick, thesaurus. Not at the joke that made us groan, but at the revelation that a stuffie can possible have a life span of a year. We thought you measured their life span with a stopwatch, not a calendar.

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  31. Thanks for following my blog. I popped over to visit and immediately fell in love with your blog. I want to hug the pooches. Fantastic. Is there room for one more follower? You certainly have a room full.

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  32. Fun post! Thanks for stopping by to say hello; our little furry friends always enjoy a visit.

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  33. You two crack me up!
    And now I know where my old stuffies are, too.
    There's the seahorse, the clown, and I had my fishy too. An orange one.
    Countless others.

    Somewhere, over the rainbow.

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  34. Hey you guys,

    Come and visit my bloggy. I left you an award!

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  35. Good one!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  36. I love your speech bubble posts. Your doggies are beautiful!

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  37. Oh, I think that story made me kind of sad. Puppers! You guys missed the big Mont Royal street fair. I was out there all weekend long, being an anglo ambassador to all and eating lots of Wallymelon.

    xo
    SB

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  38. The Jazz Fest is coming up. How does Sola feel about wine on a terrace while listening to some cool riffs?

    xoxo
    SB

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  39. Do we get reunited with our own stuffies or everyone else's and can we kill them again over the bridge, and where do they go THEN? or are they indestructible? Or do they regenerate so we can kill them over and over?

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  40. Love these doggie reflections! Glad I found you at Wordless Wednesday this morning ... just because. Thanks for the chuckles ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  41. wonder if the stuffies find all the parts they have lost before they ended up on rainbow bridge, an eye here a fin there, you got as many bed spots as we gots

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  42. Hi guys!

    Oh we know all too well the fate of favorite stuffies. At some point or another, they all cross the bridge...!!

    We want to thank you so much for stopping by out blog the last few weeks and leaving such nice comments in support of our family's trauma with Dad and Benson. It means a lot to us to have nice friends like you to support us through these difficult times. We are so happy to have made new friends like you. We cant thank you enough.

    BTW, we LOVE your blog! We are going to add you to our blogroll!

    Wags, kisses, love, hugs,
    Benson and Gibson
    (and Jaime)

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  43. Hey guys if rainbow trout stuffys cross the rainbow bridge wut happens to purpull oktopuss stuffys? Is there a purpull bridge sumware?

    Yer pal Dozer

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  44. I LOVED this!!! :) His little rainbow trout stuffy crossed the rainbow bridge. At least he didn't de-stuff it before he sent it on. Minky is determined to get at all stuffy guts. Today's post is about her meeting up with wasps and a crazy woman bearing dog clippers. She keeps me entertained, that one. So do you!

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  45. we loved ours to death, too.

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