Thursday, June 3, 2010

how to clean a room faster than mary poppins

it is a common fact, that when they are not napping, crapping or sleeping, domesticated animals spend their remaining hours creating drool puddles on the pillow, slobber smears everywhere else, and piles of body hair in assorted crannies of the living space.

an applied metanalysis into the everyday, dull task of housework, not to mention basic consequence and behaviour theories, is that those who create are also the ones to elutriate. johnson and johnson, proctor and gamble, and swiffer brand would be better served throwing their research bucks at the dog breeders. chore day would then be every day if axel's salivary glands produced windex or lemon scented pledge. those overpriced plug-ins are now obsolete if your pooch can fart a spring meadow. and cleaning the carpet is a cinch; just skip the next anal gland squeezing at the groomer's and let your little moppet do the butt scoot with their shampoo secreting organs.


mansuetude said...

"If your pooch can fart a spring meadow"


great line!

love the photos too.

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Maybe they can get humans to fart spring meadows while they're at it. I mean, why not? :-)

Disa said...

i think it would be cool if they had scented undies, so when people do fart, it's sort of diffused.

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Oh that's a good idea! Except it might not be good for people prone to yeast infections. Maybe not herpes or urinary tract infections either...I don't really know. But maybe it could be just the back panel. :-)