Tuesday Top Ten: Overheard at the Dog Olympics

In honor of the Olympics in London, we present the top ten things overheard at the recent (though totally unpublicized) Dog Olympics.

10. “I’m just glad we all made it out of Beijing without being eaten.”
9. “No, Spot. That’s my tennis ball.”
8. “Why are you running around in circles on the track?” “I dunno. Why do you run around in circles before you lay down?”
7. “That butterfly stroke is a little harder than it looks. I prefer the dog paddle.”
6. “It’s much more fun to chase bikes than to ride them.”
5. “Who wants to row when you can just swim up the river?”
4. “Dream Team, Schmeam Team. We’ve got Air Buddy.”
3. “Watch where you’re pointing that javelin, mister.”
2. “I’m sorry, but I still think the ability to lick your own groin ought to qualify as an Olympic sport.”
1. “Sure, everybody’s impressed when the horse dances, but can he sing?”

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

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5 thoughts on “Tuesday Top Ten: Overheard at the Dog Olympics”

  1. Bonkers being interviewed;
    “The truth is we weren’t really chasing the bicycles, but were trying our best to
    bite off a piece off those humans’ backsides!”

  2. Bonkers being interviewed;
    “The truth is we weren’t really chasing the bicycles, but were trying our best to
    bite off a piece of those humans’ backsides!”

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  4. Cute! Thanks for the laugh. I never knew there was an actual “dog olympics”. It’s being held in England this year I believe. Some communities have their own smaller versions too. What fun it would be!

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