13 May 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Puppy Breath and Corn Chip Feet

The other night I was out celebrating my birthday with friends and we got on the subject of puppy breath. Now we all know how puppy breath smells and for some reason we like it. How strange is that?

Well, I don’t know how many of you have smelled your dogs feet but there’s something we like about that smell too. Frito corn chips. Yes, Frito corn chips I say.

I think more of you know what I’m talking about than let on. In fact one of my friends knew exactly what I was talking about but said he certainly wouldn’t admit that he smells his dogs feet to anyone. Not me, I admit it right here on my joy log.

My dog Frito sleeps on the foot of my bed. He curls up in a ball and is as cute as can be.

First thing in the morning I get up and scratch Frito’s belly, and sniff his cozy little feeties. He’s got tiny fluffy feet with lots of wispy fur. They smell just like frito corn chips. Odd, Frito was not named for that reason, he just looks like his name should be Frito. Now make sure you sniff the feet when the dog has been curled up sleeping. They lose the corn chip smell after they’ve been up for a while.

You must think I’m nuts, which I am, but I still say that there are more of you dog feet sniffers out there but you just don’t want to admit it. If you haven’t sniffed lately, I suggest that you do and let me know if your little buddies tootsies smell good enough to eat. Bring on the dip.

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