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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Trick Or Treat!!

Hey kids, hope you have a great Halloween. Just stay off my lawn or I'll turn the hose on ya.

17 comments:

  1. Tee hee, I love your doggy characters! Hope he gets the best candy!

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  2. Haha! OMG its that night where you have to turn the TV down and pretend you're not in!

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  3. these candies have not poison, right?
    (I like Frankie, is not a bad guy)

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  4. Haha! "Trick or meat" would be even better for the dog.

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  5. Aaaawwww I LOVE THIS!!! This remind me of our dog Wheezy. Unlike dainty Daisy, Wheezy gets so excited when he hears the word "treat" "cookie" "eat" "outside". Happy Halloween!!!

    LOVE THE WAGGING TAIL!!! Perfect touch! :)

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  6. Haha, sneaky dog! Happy Halloween to you too, Ted!

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  7. That dog is my kind of Trick or Treater!

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  8. Too funny! Love the lady (I think I recognize her from my trick-or-treating days....she'd have to be 110 by now, though...) and the wagging tail!! Great work with the light & shadow!

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  9. That's great!.
    Reminds me of our dachshund, ha.

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  10. Heehee! Great one, as usual. My sister posted a picture of her Rottweiler and American Bulldog holding vigil over their front screen door with the caption: "My favorite part of Halloween, watching the kids scream once they round the corner and get to our front door." Muahahahahahaha.

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  11. hahaha, love it mate!!!! The tail wagging is a beautiful touch!!!!

    Hope she gives nothin' to the clown, I'm terrified of em!!!!! :/

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  12. Hey they say to me "this is a private album" i have not invitation!!!!???

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    1. What do you mean you weren't invited? To my blog? That's silly, you don't even need to knock, just walk right in.

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  13. Okay, I fixed the problem Roberto is talking about: I used Photobucket to host my new GIF I made for the blog but made that animation 'private' on their site, but somehow they can block readers from seeing my blog unless I make my GIF 'public' on their site. The all-reaching hands of the internet.

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