7/03/2006

Introducing Lucy


Yes, I know this blog already has one Lucy, but now there are two.

One day I hope to write about the cultural significance of this picture, but for now enjoy this picture of a dog driving a car.

5 comments:

Tammy said...

so which Lucy am I supposed to beat when I see them? I can take the dog!!!

Lucy said...

Definitely the dog. You can see now how she dragged Robert all over the bazarr mercilessly: barking at vendors, chasing cars...

Tammy said...

Well, Lucy 1, since I have learned that the dog doesn't have any dog food and Bob has been feeding her kababs,I know I can take her now. And, since I also know it was that Lucy trying to kill my son it makes the job easier. Thanks for the info.

LUCY THE DOG said...

Yes, my name is Lucy, that much is true. As for you "Lucy", I am sure that if I should meet you in a dark alley in the city where we live, I would not be the one being beat. Let's go right now (insert fierce barking noises here, as Driver has to hold Lucy back).

In this picture, Driver and I are stuck in the traffic. Do you have the traffic in your United States? It often happens after work or on the way to picnics in the mountains, when lots of cars are trying to go the same place at the same time. And yes, it is also true that my kind is considered unclean here. You would be too if you had to walk around so close to these dirty streets. If they would sweep up every once in a while, we might not be so damn dirty! It's not like we don't bathe ourselves. Everyone knows that we dogs have cleaner mouths than humans! And you call US unclean. As if.

So Driver and I are stuck in the traffic and he says to me, "Lucy, come to the wheel and act like a "MAD DOG," it will will help us get to the front of the line." I think he thought that people would let us ahead if they thought I was going to attack. ME. ATTACK. Right. I run from the mice in the kitchen! So Driver just kept yelling orders, "LUCY MORE TEETH! LUCY MORE FROTHING! LUCY HONK THE HORN! LUCY! STICK OUT YOUR TONGUE!"
It was awful. He may as well have been my pimp. But he was right - we did get a few spaces ahead, so...

And by the way, I noticed that some of you are referring to ME as a SHE. Don't let the name Lucy fool you. My name IS Lucy, but I am a HE. I am PROUD to be a Lucy, and PROUD to be a HE. In fact, they ordered me the cutest, multi-colored collar from Rocko's Pride Emporium this week. It should be in this week.

Well, Robert. Thanks for posting my picture. You know how I love the attention. Aren't you just the cutest little thing? ;-) We're gonna miss you around here when you leave. TTFN.

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