Saturday, 24 March 2012

One for all you Star Wars Fans....

What do you get if you cross Darth Vader, Lord of Darkness....


With one of those hairy lovable Wookies....?

Well the closest approximation would be a Tibetan Terrier trying very hard to point out that he is on the verge of starvation by breathing very deeply and pointedly. (You may need to turn your volume up)

I should point out that no Tibetans were harmed in the making of this video. The Tibetan in question had already eaten twice his own bodyweight in Chappie, the tinned dog food with the lovely aroma of fish.

12 comments:

Martin said...

It's not Tibetan Monk-fish, is it?

Zig said...

A ha I wondered what that noise meant, I'm only just learning terrierist, probably why Bertie's eating the carpet then. Bet you can't buy chappie on a Sunday tho...

Z said...

Tilly never made a sound to get what she wanted. She just looked. It was known as Power of Tilly and it never failed.

Rosie said...

Tibet or not tibet. One big puzzler. One jolly good book.

Rog said...

Martin: Bravo young man!

Zig: Bertie has mastered the "looking cute" bit when food is required I think. I don't think eating carpet will hurt him underlay. (*groans at self*)

Z: "The Power of Tilly" sounds like a Computer Game in which good triumphs over evil.

Rosie: I thought the Puzzler was a magazine found in Dentists.

gabriellebryden said...

So gorgeous :) My dogs do exactly the same thing - they would beat anyone in a staring competition. I seriously think dogs would just keep eating if they could!

mig bardsley said...

For a moment I thought Nutmeg had returned from the grave in the orchard. Excellent Tibetan breaths. I hope he was properly rewarded.

Pat said...

So much nicer than a noisy yap!

Nota Bene said...

I tried Google translate, but it didn't come up with anything

Sir Bruin said...

As Mr Prowse would say, "Arr, the force is strong in this 'un."

Rog said...

Gabby: We should have a dog-to-dog stare-off!

Mig: Nutmeg is a wonderful name for a dog. A bit like the 6th Spice Girl that they don't talk about.

Pat: Oz can sometimes be persuaded to do a yap. Normally after 10pm in the garden :-(

Nota: It makes Nota Bene "Note". Do you have traces of cocaine on you?

Sir B: I didn't realize he was channeling the Wurzels.

mig bardsley said...

Oh Rog how did you guess - he was the sixth spice girl!