Things and toast.

Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  Me and Nellie have been busy the last couple of days supervising the neighbour’s building activity.  Me and Nellie take a keen interest in what goes on in our little part of the universe.  We like to let people know that We are on the job, watching and monitoring what they do.   We do this by barking at them, lots and lots of barking.  We rush around the section keeping eye on what they are doing.  Me and Nellie like to let passing motorists and cyclists know that We are watching them, but sadly they never seem to stop and give Us the love and attention that We so richly deserve.   No, they are too busy zooming past in their fast cars and bikes.

Me as a little puppy

Me as a little puppy

 

Would you eat that!!

Would you eat that!!

Now as loyal readers also know, I am rather fond of my food, but even I draw the line at some of the offerings We get. Mummy and Daddy brought at new toaster.   Now, as they are cheapskates economical, they got one from an applicance chain store for the total cost of $20.  This is an example of what happen to mummy’s toast the first time she used the toaster.  She was most annoyed.  All the smoke from the toast made that small white thing on the wall go off.  It sure made a racket.  Mummy and Daddy said it was the smoke detector.  It woke Me and Nellie up from our slumber.

Mummy tried to feed it to Me and Nellie, but We were wise and refused to eat the carbonised bread that she called toast.   Love Nellie and Jasper, who were being great white hunters last night and chased a ‘possum up a tree.

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15 Responses to Things and toast.

  1. catchatcaren says:

    BOL! this post reminded me of one of Easy’s escapades! BOL! Your Mummy is like mine…she buys cheap appliances at the hardware store and then wonders why they don’t work! BOL!! you were smart not to eat that! Barks and licks and love, Dakota

  2. Dougall says:

    Ick, that looks yucky!

  3. Did you have fun chasing that possum up that tree??
    ( By the way I live in the same family as Mia Maremma)

  4. I bet I could find someone who would PIG out on that piece of toast!

    Oink oink,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

  5. They could have at least scraped off all that black stuff and then put a nice pate slathered all over it. That would be my version of ‘edible’.

  6. Zena says:

    It’s a good thing that those builders have you there to keep them working hard. Good work Jasper & Nellie 🙂
    Oh and I wouldn’t eat the carbonised toast either… but Raffles might, he’s a puppy and he’ll eat anything.
    btw – you were way cute as a puppy, but not as cute as you are now 😀

  7. robynwp says:

    Peeps can be tricksy sometimes…trying to give you carbonised toast, we wouldn’t have eaten it either.

    Good job on the building snoopervision & the possum chasing by-the-way.

    Wally & Sammy

  8. Zena says:

    You are not only the greatest Maremmas, you are also stars! You know what I’m talking about 🙂
    Pop over and pick up your presie

  9. That’s a very cute puppy picture! and sure, I would eat the toast…or I would toast it again, maybe you can sell it then in an online- auction :o)

  10. Boomdeeadda says:

    Look how tiny you were, so cute. I would carry you around allllll day long. It’s a little funny that you didn’t want that toast. I’ve always loved burnt toast with grape jelly. If you order it that way in a restaurant, it never comes black enough. I guess I should recommend they buy a cheaper toaster. LOL

  11. Put some butter on that toast and I’d wolf it down:-)

  12. Luckily for us our Mummy and Daddy never burn the toast. Grandma, however, does. (Mummy says the sound of of toast being scraped is one that still traumatises her from childhood.) So when it comes to breakfast, we hover around Daddy and Mummy for a hoover opportunity of buttery delight and ignore Grandma and her carbon.
    scrape scrape scrape…..

  13. tylersat99 says:

    We would not eat that either it smells terrible! Hope Mom got better toast the second time. We also we supervising (from our yard) so workers putting up gutters on the house next door. After a while Mom said that was enough supervising (barking) and made us come in!!

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