It's like this.
I once wrote a scathing review of Idaho based on the very small part of the population there that is mean.
Yes, I do so know what the word scathing means and THIS POST I WROTE proves that I can be devastatingly cruel AND scathing when I wish to be.
But that's not what I want to write about here.
OK, so sometimes you know how you form this impression (another "I" word, by the way) of people and think they are mean and then after some more time passes you decide that maybe you imagined their meanness and so you give them another chance and then you find out...ummm....yea...they really are mean after all?
Well, that happens with nice people, too.
After our friends visited us from Idaho I thought to myself "gee, those people are really nice" but they will probably never call us again when they visit Arizona because I insulted their State with ridiculous potato jokes and then, lo and behold, we got this little package in the mail from them a few weeks ago...
Look! Because of their kindness Oskar can now imitate an Idaho potato!
He is very proud.
See his obvious weiner dog pride in this photo?
And now because of the nice Idaho people Oskar can do two impressions. The potato one...and the bat one (when we lift his ears straight up!) but I'll show you that another day!
Good weiner dog.
Good friends in Idaho.
Strange "I" post.
But, hey, don't be irritated at me over it.
I actually had a better idea for my "I" post initially.
I wanted Oskar to pose like he was in an iditarod...because that is, like, one of the coolest "I" words ever.
But it didn't work out.
He pretty much just wanted to lay down doing his impression of an Idaho potato. But I tried.
YessireeBob, I really, really tried to give you an interesting and informative "I" post.
But it's not really my fault.
It is technically Oskar's fault.
Because weiner dogs are stubborn and they only do what they want to do when they want to do it.
So please don't boo my "I" post.
And please don't hate Oskar because he is a weiner dog.
This post is linked to Alphabe-Thursday - the letter "I"!