Lulu: “Say, Mouse, what can you tell us about the Mole Men?” Mouse: “What makes you think I would know anything about Mole Men?” Lulu: “Well, you’re both rodents, and you both live underground. So we thought you might have inside information.”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with part three of my playtime tips, featuring my assistant, Penny! This week we’re demonstrating play bows, which are an important part of any playtime. Basically, a play bow is a way to make sure your playtime partner knows you’re just playing. They can also make you look a little smaller so that you’re not so, you know, intimidating, if you’re a big dog like me. Check it out below!
Horatio Caine: “… And so, after interviewing everyone here, I’ve been unable to find a viable suspect in the case of the mysterious pile of feathers. Most likely the crime was perpetrated by an outside agent, like a hawk or a jabberwock or a vicious knid. Any questions?” Spicoli: “I have a question, dude. Where’d you get those shades? You never did tell me.” Charlee: “How many kinds of knids are there? Are they all vicious or only some of them?” Horation Cane: “Any questions about the case?“ Spicoli: “No.” Charlee: “No.”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here again with my assistant Penny for another playtime tip! This week we are picking up right where he left off last week, with Penny seizing the high ground and calling for a short break, ostensibly so we can rest for a minute. But, really, what’s a temporary cessation of playtime except—spoiler alert!—the perfect moment to stage a little sneak attack?
Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with another life tip! This time, it’s about answering questions. Or, more accurately, accusations disguised as questions. And the tip is: You don’t have to do it. Sometimes you can just wait and the situation will resolve itself without your having to admit or deny anything. This is sometimes called “pulling the Fifth”. Here’s an example: