Monday, October 15, 2007

A Terrier's Tongue: The Seat of the Soul



Buster's back at the keyboard! Yup, I booted that evil little Seffie off the computer, and it's mine, mine, mine!

Well, she's right about one thing: Autumn weather brings the need for reflection. Deep thoughts. Philosophy.



Humans spend too much time thinking about things like love, mind/body dualism, the categorical imperative, and death.

I think about my tongue!




Why get up in the morning if you can't kiss somebody?

Anyone who thinks that the most important organ in the body is the brain or the heart just doesn't appreciate the finer things in life. Like licking Bailey's ears, kissing my mom's cheek, or tasting a fresh, raw chicken neck!



I heard a rumor that airedales have tongues so long that they can reach all the way around a room to grab the binkie out of a child's mouth! Could this be true? Enquiring tongues want to know!

That's today's deep thought...

Cheers,

Buster

4 comments:

Pacco de Mongrel said...

wishing u a happy autumn...

n i never realize airedale had such long tongue...thx for d head up

Maggie & Mitch said...

haha We know that Putter has a tongue that long!
You're right, Buster! The tongue is a very important organ!

Love ya lots,
Maggie

Hammer said...

Hi Buster
I agree with you. Us doggies live in the moment. We don't need to get 'deep' like our hoomans because we enjoy each moment ,. well, err, if we get a chance.
Love from Hammer

Habca & Miriam said...

That is an interesting philosophical position I never before heard of. Buster, would you mind answering some more questions on it, we might want to write a journal-article about it. First question: Are certain mind-states (like joy, or sorrow, or thinking-about-your-beard) correlated with certain tongue-states? If yes, is it a strict, law-like correlation or not? Thanks for your help.