Monday, September 21, 2009

Floppy Frisbee

Since Beth got her stitches out it was time for some river fun.

We found a nice spot on the river that seems to be free of old fish and smelly fishermen. Or is that old fishermen and smelly fish...depends on the day I guess.

Ranger brought along his pride and joy, Floppy Frisbee.

Ranger would follow Floppy to the ends of the earth and bring him back.



But he forgets about Beth.


Beth covets Floppy too



She lets Ranger do all the swimming, then she makes her move.


It is a Floppy Threesome


Sometimes a Floppy Foursome


Occasionally we have a Floppy Quintet


Ranger is patient


Most of the time...


Sometimes he tries to assert himself.



"You cant have my Floppy"


"It is MINE"


"GET AWAY FROM FLOPPY!"


When is Ranger going to learn that it is simply pointless to argue with a female?


No matter what, they will make your life a living hell until you just let it go...


Females stick together


Friends, defenders


Supporting & leading the way



Advocating against adversity


Standing behind you, no matter what...


The B - Girls. Sisters from a different mother


United in support


Each is beautiful


Quirky & charming


Even on a bad hair day



Ranger, face it... you are the only male in this equation.


Dude...Accept it, resistance is futile. Girls always win.

8 comments:

The Thundering Herd said...

We don't know why, but our hu-dad was nodding throughout this post.

PoochesForPeace said...

I bet Ranger secretly likes being the only boy ;)

Love the 'bad hair day' pic!!

Lean said...

Ranger loves his girls he knows better...hihihii
bye bye,Lean

Paws on the Run said...

Sorry Ranger but your mom is right.

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Thanks!

Lauren said...

Ah, the floppy frisbee. We go through about one every few months here because Simon can't get enough of it!

Pat A said...

One of those years with a warm September on the west side of the pass and it looks like the dogs are taking advantages of it.

The desire for owning the soft frisbee is not as gentle here, it would have been in shreds before the last pix. Ours is saved for private games with Trax and Anika.

Life With Dogs said...

Nigel will attest to that closing line! Now since fishermen fish and fish are smelly, aren't they all? ;)