This one really did have me laughing out loud. You can find it in the Signals catalog. The item number is HR6282T for the t-shirt ($19.95) or HR6282S for the sweatshirt ($29.95). Both come in adult sizes medium – XXL. (XXL has a $2 surcharge.)
You just gotta love dog humor. This picture is from the Facebook page of Dig and Bark. On their main site, you can buy T-shirts that proclaim your love for all things canine.
The site only shows sizes up to XXL, but for those of us who are more full-figured, they will do a special order. According to Barry, who answered my e-mail, “you should just place the order as normal and when you go through check-out just leave us a note that you would like a special size. Some of the shirts, like the tie-dyes, are available in sizes up to 5x. Please give us 1-2 weeks to get the shirt for you. We don’t keep them in stock.”
Phil Newton could barely believe his eyes when he saw a double decker bus being driven by a dog. Apparently the dog was sitting in the driver’s seat with his paws on the steering wheel as the bus drove down the street in the Northern Australian city of Darwin.
Newton chased after the runaway bus, climbed through a window and used the handbrake to bring the errant bus to a halt, moments before it rammed into a parked car.
The dog’s owner, Richard McCormack, said, “He sits next to me when I’m driving and in the driver’s seat when I’m not. The handbrake is on the dashboard and he’s seen me release it many times.
“He was just copying me. He’s tried it before.”
Woodley, the two-year-old driving dog, had no comment on his botched adventure!