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  • He doesn't seem to mind. He didn't seem to mind having a sticky, maple-syrup-scented head, either.


    March 10, 2009

  • I'm wondering now how your twenty-pound dog feels about Canada. Especially since it dripped pancake syrup on his head.

    March 9, 2009

  • Right. And who do you think benefits most from global warming? They're already planning tourist resorts on Hudson's Bay.

    March 6, 2009

  • True. And maple syrup does indeed have a strong connection to Canada.

    *ponders if Canada actually dripped syrup on dog's head when she wasn't looking*

    One of my favorite rants about Canada (there is actually more than one!) was when Denis Leary said "You can hear them, way up in northern New York, you can hear them at night. They're up there sharpening their skates so they can come down and take our cheese!"

    *peers northward, nervously*

    March 6, 2009

  • It's another Canadian plot. Like Mary Pickford and Lorne Greene and SNL, not to mention gay marriage. Be warned.

    March 6, 2009

  • Or a nice pancake breakfast dropped on his head. From outside the house, somehow.

    March 6, 2009

  • Maybe he sneaked out for a nice pancake breakfast?

    March 5, 2009

  • Well, his head-fur is nice and clean and fresh now. Still mysterious.

    March 5, 2009

  • We've had a big problem with roving syrup gangs in my neighbourhood.

    March 5, 2009

  • We can't figure out how he got something on his head that's now dried but felt like it must have been sticky at one point. S.O. actually smelled said head today (!—swears it couldn't be avoided) and claimed it was maple syrup-scented.

    I verified the claim.

    We still can't figure out what the hell he got smeared on his head—or how.

    March 5, 2009