Saturday, February 16, 2008

COMING SOON! Tales of Busterraptor Terribilis!

Some of my closest blog-buddies have noted with due concern that most of my toys appear to be in especially good condition, considering their daily use by me and my mum and befanged sister. Hah! Ye of little faith, be reassured that we Kerry Blue Scourges of the Apocalypse are no wimps! My humom has promised to post (shortly) some photos of reassurance for you guys.

Yeah, I admit that the toys in my toy-box are in pretty good shape--but it's kinda like saying that the few survivors of the sinking of the Lusitania didn't look too bad.

I, lovable, furry Buster, will prove to you that we Kerries are just as destructive as airdales and wires! YES! "Now I am become Death, Shatterer of Squeakboxes!"

My two-legged Mom'll show ya....just as soon as she can go through her
Strategic Bombing Assessment archives!




Princess, Tank and Isaac: The Newfs of Hazard said...

No stuffy survives long here! Sometimes Isaac wants to keep one, but we always destroy them.

Butchy & Snickers said...

Hehehehee, we currently have tons of plush toys in the toy hospital box. Mama needs to get her rump in gear & operate on them for us & replace the squeakies. Some get wrecked in a few days, others last a year or more. Mama told us that some of it really has to do with the cheap sewing job on the toys. Since she sews doggie clothes, we believe her. Hope you two had a Happy Valentine's Day!!
Luv & Wirey Hugs!
Butchy & Snickers
PS I Butchy would like to know if Persephone has a boyfriend yet??? hint hint!

Faya said...

Haaaaaargh....(rire sarcastique !!!)...Welcome to the land of Destructor (that's how VĂ©ronique calls me.... yes...)... Vive les Kerry Blue Terriers, vive les airedales et les fox terriers !
Kisses, Faya

Molly and Gertrude said...

OMD you have a lots of toys!! We loved reading your incredibly scientific report about your experiments and dissections - perhaps you should publish a paper?? We think you are so smart and also very diligent - it is highly important to get to the bottom of these issues. We were also very upset to read that there was no yoke inside the ball - very inconsiderate - what was the point of that toy?! You are so wise Buster and have furthered the scientific world of toy dissection - thank you for your services to exploration.

Love Molly and Gertrude
(picking up some tips...)