Work is really getting to me. Big big big deadline next Wednesday, on a project that nobody actually understands yet. This strikes me as a bad idea, but hey… customers, right? “The goal of Computer Science is to build something that will last at least until we’ve finished building it”… and even by that, ah, ‘modest’ standard, I’m not sure we’re making very good decisions.
So here’s something a little goofy to cheer me — and you, should you need it — up.
This is the patented ‘Corgi Ooze’. Cats do it too. It’s the best way to passive-aggressively get out of mom’s lap so you can go off and do something naughty, without technically breaking any rules by actually struggling.
Yes, that’s two more in bee costumes, Mr. Slippery in a cowboy costume, and one of our supermen in the back. For those of you keeping score at home, that brings the Corgi Count to seven: two supermen (supermans?), two bees, a gunslinger, a hot dog, and a zombie (I think).
For some reason, the corgis in bee costumes seemed to really be having a great time. Both this one…
…and this one. Aw man. That’s one happy face.
Meanwhile, the sheriff was off “rustlin’ up some grub.” (Oh my god look at the fuzzy tocks.)
Worked, too. Suckers!
The bee costumes are cute and all, but the sheriff takes the cake, I think. It’s the little hat. So ridiculous.
Corgis – the best in the West (and anywhere else for that matter!!)
Always so HAPPY!
That’s me and my rough and tumble bailey bear the corgi. One of our cori friends found your website and shared it on our corgi Facebook group page (bay area and northern ca corgis). Bailey , the sheriff, has his own Facebook page as well (bailey bear). Thanks again for featuring pictures of my furball. 🙂
Oh please, drop a link on here to the facebook page, if you don’t mind getting a few visits from enthusiastic fans. Bailey is totally adorable!
Thanks for posting my corgi at your website. she is a cute bumble bee ever !!!!!!
Aww. Which one is yours? And what’s her name?
I am a total sucker for corgis. And Autumn has a total soft spot for dogs in bee costumes, ever since a pug in a bee costume licked her toes (while she was wearing sandals).
I love all of your photos from Howl-O-Ween. It’s actually my event…meaning, I work for Mission Bay Parks and this is one of the events I produce and manage for the public. Thanks for taking such great photos. Hope to see you again on October 5th for Howl-O-Ween 2013!