Friday, September 24, 2010

eYewatch friday- sad eYes


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Whew what a long week but it's finally time for eYewatch friday. This week's edition ... are you ready.. get a tissue handy, it's sad eYes. Yes it's rare but on a few occasions I'm sad. See? Just pitiful.
Let me tell you what happened. One day I was minding my own bidness, galavanting the trail when a tree lobster taunted me and I chased him up a tree. Well there must've been a nest of bumble bees there. They got mad at me! As you can see I was totally shocked.
A few chased me and I got stung right on my BEE-Hind. Lookie.. this is the sadest boy you'll see on the trail.
Don't worry, I was fine after 15 minutes but totally milked it with mom for a good while. hee hee.
TGIF!


Oh message to the RH Mango.. taunting me with the tick tock comment- I'm still working on your entry. And you too have time to get your "I wanna be like Mango" entry in too! Due Sept 25- Saturday. For every entry, mango momma is donating green papers to Tufts doggie medicine skool

23 comments:

  1. OH NO!

    Not THIS:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtdOpnCBLj8


    I vote woo need some Arrogant Frog Pinot Noir ;-)

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. *ouchie* that must be painful... but mommy will make it all better :)

    didya get any treats? or nom noms.. or treats... or?? cookie?

    woofs & licks,
    Dommy

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  3. you are scaring me a lot !! sandy

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  4. Oh NO! How could that bee be so mean to you? We're glad you aren't allergic and we're glad you're okay! Milking it was definitely the way to go, though!

    Aire-hugs,
    Penny & Patches

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  5. Norwood! I have never seen you so subdued. You are moving at mastiff speeds. How insulting to get stung on your bottom.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

    Tick tock, tick tock, hehehe

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  6. Awww! I'm so sorry! I think you need to get at least a hundred cookies after that!

    Bunny

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  7. Dude,

    You look most pathetic! We are very surprised you didn't get your mom to carry you home...

    Sam and Pippen

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  9. That is just Awful. Sorry you got your BEEhind stung.

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  10. oh no, we don;t kike it when you have sad eyes


    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  11. Do you wear a bell? Grover wears a special bell. Glad to hear that you are Ok. Those Bees are very nasty this time of the year.
    Have a Wonderful Weekend.
    Your Friends
    Geisha,Grover,Lily,Bailey,Wrinkles

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  12. Oh dear, Norwood. You are so quiet and sad - bad bees!!! Hope your bee-hind is bee-tter now. Bet that was sore.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  14. Wow poor Norwood, Pip got stung and he went into shock and had to be carried home. He had to have a antihistomine.

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  15. Oh Norwood we have never seen such a pitiful look from you. Your head is even drooping on your walk. Sure glad all is ok. Hey at least it wasn't one of those smelly kitties and you had to get a bath!!!
    Hope you have a great weekend..

    Big Sloppy Kisses
    Gus, Louie and Callie

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  16. Stoopid bees!

    I hope your hiney buns feel better.

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  17. Woooo Norwood you look so sad. Glad it didnt last too long, dont like to see you sad :(

    Im into the bees in our palm tree at the moment, mum keeps telling me no, but I keep saying yes.

    Glad your back to normal now.

    Khumbu x

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  18. We have never seen you moving so slowly or looking so defeated, Norwood! Bees can sure be evil!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

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  19. So sorry to hear about your bee sting. I can commiserate with you Norwood. I was stung by bees this summer and was in shock. Thank goodness for Benadryl. Do tell, WhAt is a tree lobster??
    WelshieHugs,
    Hootie

    Oh poor boy, you do look so sad. Here's a big kissy for you: SmAcK!!
    love,
    BabyRD

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  20. That makes me a sad, sad kitty cat to see you like that Norwood. Hope you're feeling better today.
    love you,
    Bruce:)
    p.s. gotta watch those stings, Oliver gets a reaction & has to take benadryl - once had to rush him to emergency cuz he was in real bad shape!

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  21. A sad Norwacked???? I wouldn't have thought it possible if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes!

    Thank goodness you know to milk those occasions for all they are worth! It makes them more manageable!

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  22. Oh Norwood - I know how bad beestings hurts! I had one on my nose once, and my whole snooter swelled up and got all wrinkly like and elephant's trunk. The vet said to take half a Benedryl; maybe a whole one. I've forgotten now, so don't take any til you talk to your vet. But... it fixed my nose heheh and I felt lots better. You poor dear - hope you are better now.
    Hugs xoxoxo
    Sammie (and Avalon too)

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  23. Norwood - We feel for you, buddy! Aspen stirred up a hornet's nest trying to get her tennis ball and was covered in, like, a bajillion hornets. Had to take her to the vet for a shot, just to be on the safe side. Then, Cooper got too close to a bee's nest that Dad had apparently stirred up with the tractor and got stung on his behind. Just had to give him Benadryl, but he acted weird for a bit. Think it kinda skeered him. But the folks feel really bad about it and you can totally milk it for awhile (and get some treats out of the deal).
    The Road Dogs

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