Sunday, May 21, 2006

I'll be brief

Last night, my mother attended the bachelorette party of a woman whose underwear I once liberated from her suitcase. I hope this did not make for any awkward moments between them.

10 comments:

rpm said...

Oh, gee whiz, how embarrassing. I wonder if the friend is now suspicious of you? She probably has to keep the suitcase under lock and key when comes to visit you.

Buford said...

I am a new pug to your site, but I am very impressed by your wisdom. I too have liberated panties from my Goddess. Also, the occasional bra. Did you know that they make nice hats?

I hope to visit again, and I do not wish to offend, but I am a pagan pug. I worship my Goddess, who is an Episcopalian. She says it's ok with her that I adhere to the ancient pug ways.

Buford

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

I hope she doesn't resort to lock and key, Ragus Pug's Mama. That would be ... unnecessary.

Welcome to the congregation, Buford. Pug Life is an interfaith, interspecies ministry, so we embrace our pagan pug brothers and sisters.

Anonymous said...

I am sure your mother has the wit and tact to handle any situation. I was wondering about the Million Pug Walk coming up in June. Any details?

Leslee said...

were you invited?

Stephanie said...

I'm back in the game baby!!!

Buford said...

In the vein of raiding luggage, I once took my great-grandmothers dentures. I found them to have a nice, chewy texture. Alas, they were rather flimsy. Grandmother had to take them to her dentist, and my cookie intake was severely rationed. Therefore, I recommend we stick to underwear for raiding purposes. It is much easier to hide the evidence.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

No details yet on the march, Anonymous One. We may end up declaring independence before then, making it unnecessary. Stay tuned.

No, Leslee, I was not invited. But I like to think it had more to do with my gender than with my panty-raiding antics.

Welcome back, Stephanie. We can never have too many Sooners in the pews.

It sounds like you at least gave your family a good photo-op, Buford. There is nothing like a pug wearing false teeth.

Tyler said...

My human mom's a pagan. I have an open-ended, agnostic view of spiritual matters. Now my cuzzin Zoey on the other hand, she seems like maybe a scientologist pug. Kinda freaks me out.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

The Scientologists may be creepy, Tyler, but they sure know how to raise money. Perhaps I should start charging admission.