May 16, 2008

Meeting People Our Pets Is Easy...

Wake up jagoffs, it's Friday! You've successfully drolled your way through yet another work week. And hey, only one more to go until Memorial Day weekend. So rock 'n roll.

Of course, being Friday and everything, today I offer you the latest edition of Meeting People is Easy. Last week, you met our Mothers. So now, as you'll notice by the headline, you shall meet our Canine and Feline companions. Our "pets" if you will.

You all remember my dog, Nikki. So I'll spare you a lengthy description. But just know that her favorite activities include - unraveling beefy looking rope toys, begging for table scraps or treats, riding with her head out the car window at 50 mph, and competitive eating.

In addition the illustrious Nikkister, we also have Domski's pup, Franco Harris. Yep, Franco. Harris. Name may sound familiar....Anyways, Franco really likes playing with Nikki, barking forcefully at the door, sleeping on people's laps, and unplugging the X-Box's internet connection. Whenever Franco's around, there's never a dull moment. The dog never ceases to amaze me...with his ability to evacuate waste indoors that is...

Next, we have Troy Polamalu Away Jersey. Troy would be the first of Domski's duo of feline friends. Troy was the first animal to grace the Domski house and so he holds a special place in all our hearts. Troy is a nice cat. But he's scared of everything. Either scared of, or pissed off at. All in all, he's a good cat. Sucks that every time Nikki comes to visit he has to spend like two days in the closet though.

And last but certainly not least, we've got Jerome Bettis, aka "Da Baby" (Domski's nickname, not mine). Bettis is the less timid of the feline pair. She (yes, SHE) can usually be found perched anywhere nearby no matter the occasion. Beer pong, she's on the counter next to you. X-Box, she's under your chair. The cat is everywhere (because whenever I'm at Domski's place we're either playing beer pong or X-Box...or both...at the same time). Probably a good hunter. So yeah, that's Bettis. Oh, and unlike the original, she has yet to fumble the game away...

Now that you're fully acquainted with our all-star poop machines four-legged friends, I give you - Meeting Our Pets Is Easy...as usual, if anything below appears blurry or illegible, click the image to enlarge.


Hope you enjoyed this week's what-have-you...you know, the blog, and stuff. Have a great and alcoholic weekend! Gotta go, they're warming up the beer bong for me...

PREVIOUS EDITIONS:
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Mother's Day Special Edition

6 comments:

marc said...

My dog once pooped in one of my shoes. I was not happy.

Cotter said...

Just last week Nikki was so excited about chasing a fly for an hour that she peed on my living room carpet. That was pretty awesome too...

Cotter said...

PS - If anyone reads these comments - do you guys like the weekly "Meeting People Is Easy?" Is this something we should keep doing? And most importantly - Is Domski a complete toolbox?

The Immortal Silky Johnson said...

Save Meeting People is Easy! Kill the whales.
Cotter: Do you recall the evening when we denied the snikster the right to be taken for a walk, and then she pissed on the carpet? That was great lesson in life.

domski43 said...

last time i went up to visit cotter...franco threw up 3 times in my car within the span of 3 hours...it was winter and i had to keep the windows open because of the smell while i froze my ass off.


another time i was driving from pittsburgh back to delaware and troy was sittin on my lap and all of a sudden i felt something warm and i realized i had cat piss all over my lap. i was on the pa turnpike, so i had to pull over and while i did he decided to shit on the floor...my car smelled like cat piss and shit for weeks afterward..

moral of this lesson = no cats/dogs in my car!

marc said...

i take my dog to the park fairly often, I have a K1500 (chevy truck) and he goes in the bed of the truck. I'd say 3/5 times i take him he shits back there... then steps in it repeatedly. Then stands there and barks at it until we arrive at the park.