WHEN you google "cute dog" you tend to get something like this... but my idea of a cute dog is the Disneyfied mutt version as shown below:
Though the one on the left looks like he could do with a good doggie-bath, the one on the right is just like the friendly mutt I was raving about in yesterday's Rosetta Stone video. Does anyone know what breed it is? To see the dog just click play and watch till about 1 minute 15, then you see the amazingness:
And what breed is this one (left)?
And what is this one (right)? A long-haired Airedale?
This, the old English sheepdog (how did they ever see the sheep?) were used here in the UK to advertise Dulux paint.
"Butter the tame white faced roborovski hamster sits still on someone's hand for an entire minute" (looking faintly terrified to me)... but have a look anyway...
ALICIA DIXON: TO LOVE AGAIN
They were playing this in the supermarket just now when I was in buying my daily cheese and onion rolls (with the cheese and onion cooked into the top ~ I wouldn't pay someone to cut a plain roll in half, shove in the miserliest portion of cheese and a trillionth of an onion and pay quadruple the proper price for it, but that's just me.
Anyway although I'm not too keen on Alicia Dixon, who is a judge on Strictly Come Dancing (Dancing With The Stars) ~ which is scheduled against The X-Factor (American Idol) ~ i mean I'd rather watch kids getting a shot at their dearest dream than half-dead celebrities dancing their lives away in the hope of resurrection if you know what I mean and that Alicia Dixon reminds me of an over-friendly ostrich. Also she sounds like she has smoked far too many Marlboros and I much prefer a bell-like voice over hoarse. But the song, which was written by Gary Barlow of Take That Fame is really quite an accomplishment:
More books about old people that I don't recommend plus one I do - I seem to be stuck on a treadmill of books about old people. Maybe it's my advancing age but also I think they are the trend in publishing at the moment....
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