HOT DATE WITH BRANDY and DOUBLE-TEAMING WITH KIP

Brandy is very interested in how to drive the Scion xB.

Brandy is very interested in how to drive the Scion xB.

And sometimes, Brandy was telling me to pay attention to the turn signal sound...

And sometimes, Brandy was telling me to pay attention to the turn signal sound…

And sometimes, Brandy is SOOOO entranced with learning how to drive the Scion, I can sneak a kiss.

And sometimes, Brandy is SOOOO entranced with learning how to drive the Scion, I can sneak a kiss.

My favorite girlfriend is Brandy; tall, lanky, sort of distant with me…but she let’s me do whatever I want with her and she never gets mad at me.  Anyway, we went bye-bye in the car together in My Dad’s Scion xB, this afternoon, TO THE DOG PARK!  Oh, and Brandy’s Mom, Donna, went with us, too.  And guess who showed up at the Dog Park, a couple minutes after Brandy and me?  KIP!  Remember Kip?  He is the English Shepherd-Border Collie mix and we always have a great time together.  Kip had this great idea, or, was it mine…anyway, we started double-teaming other dogs.  We’d pretend we didn’t know each other, but then we’d come in on coordinated strikes.  Kip likes to come in low, from the side or front, while I like to fly in, chest-to-chest.  We had a great time!

Kip and I had discussed how we could double-team other dogs...we were just playing.

Kip and I had discussed how we could double-team other dogs…we were just playing.

CASH, a German Shepherd dog, was only nine months old but weighed about 80 pounds.  He was a nice guy, we wrestled a long time...until Kip showed up.

CASH, a German Shepherd dog, was only nine months old but weighed about 80 pounds. He was a nice guy, we wrestled…until Kip showed up.

CASH and BODHI...they were both good play-fighter and nice guys!

CASH and BODHI…they were both good play-fighters and nice guys!

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3 thoughts on “HOT DATE WITH BRANDY and DOUBLE-TEAMING WITH KIP

  1. Didn’t we have fun, Magic?! Hope you’re at the dog park again soon so we can use our great border collie tactics on some other dogs! Kip

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