Bleep: “Bleep! Bleep! Bleep!” Lulu: “I never had a stuffie that went ‘Bleep’ before. I feel like I’m being sweared at.” Sebastian: “It’s the latest thing. Fully electronic.” Valerie: “I have my doubts about this re-entry vehicle.” Batman: “Don’t worry, Eartha, it’s perfectly safe. It will return your friends to Earth and then come back for us. Meanwhile, could you ladies put your Catwoman ears back on?”
Alexandra: “So you’re not aliens who are here to harvest our brains?” Batman: “No. I’m Batman and this is my sidekick, the Dog Wonder.” Lulu: “I hired you, remember? How am I the sidekick here?” Batman: “Now, Dog Wonder, it’s bad form for heroes to quibble about credit in front of the helpless civilians.”
Valerie: “That weird hyper-advanced alien car is getting closer!” Melody: “Press more buttons!” Alexandra: “Do you really think randomly mashing buttons and pulling levers is the right approach to avoiding a collision?” Josie: “It seems to work for making our songs.” Alexandra: “That’s debatable.”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with the first in a three-part series about managing your coworkers! Now, if you’re like me, you may share an office with one or more people, and some of them may not be what we like to call “team players”. For instance, in the office where I work, nobody is a team player except for me.
Lulu: “The launch pad is on a truck! No wonder it keeps showing up in different places!” Chaplin: “That’s no truck. That’s the world’s biggest ‘no’ bottle.” Charlee: “Yeah, why don’t you two go investigate and report back to us with what you find?” Chaplin: “If you need us, we’ll be back at the Krispy Kreme napping near the thing that keeps the doughnuts warm.” Batman: “The cats have finally had enough, Dog Wonder! It’s down to you and me now!” Lulu: “‘Finally’? I expected them to get bored and leave four or five panels ago.”
Charlee: “You can’t park here. It’s a handicapped spot.” Batman: “I’m a grown man who dresses up like a bat and beats up criminals. I’m definitely handicapped.” Charlee: “I don’t think that’s the kind of ‘handicapped’ they’re talking about.” Lulu: “Let’s keep driving around until the sign lights up! Then the doughnuts will be fresh!” Batman: “No time for that, Dog Wonder! We must go inside and confront the Riddler!” Chaplin: “I can see why Ed would like this place. He’s got a thing for that shade of yellowish grey.”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! This time it’s about knowing when it’s time to take a break. Sure, it’s fun to run run run and play play play, but at some point, you have to stop and take a breath. Especially if you’re playing with humans, who just don’t have the endurance that we dogs do. Here’s an example where I show you how to get your human to pause and rest when he or she might be getting a little tired.