Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! I have a multi-part tip for you this time, but it boils down to this: Know when to go run, know when to slow ’em. Specifically, don’t run in places where you might fall down.Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips (With Bonus Lyrics): Know When To Slow ‘Em”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with a new life tip, plus some bonus lyrics! This week’s life tip has to do with something I’m sure everyone has seen: Yards. Lots of you have them. Lots of you have walked across them. But have you ever thought about what’s underneath them?Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips (With Bonus Lyrics): There’s A Whole World Beneath Your Feet”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here, reporting from the bunker, also known as underneath Dada’s desk.Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips With Bonus Lyrics: “Boom Snack””
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with some new lyrics for you! This is my version of the famous Eurythmics song “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”, which is a good song, but never actually tells you what sweet dreams are made of. An alternate version of the song, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of Cheese)“, gets a lot more specific, and sounds a lot tastier than, you know, people who want to use and abuse you and whatnot. A little dark there, Eurythmics!Continue reading “Lulu’s Lyrics: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of Eating Things)”
Lulu: “Hello friendlies! Lulu here! Since, as you may have noticed, we are back on a daily posting schedule for now, Dada said I could take Sunday to post a little something.”
Chaplin: “How come you get Sunday instead of us? We were here before you.”
Lulu: “You already have Caturday Matinee.”
Chaplin: “But sometimes you crash our Caturday Matinee and call it Dogurday Matinee.”
Lulu: “And here you are crashing my very first Sunday post. See how that works?”
Chaplin: “I guess …”
It’s been quite a while since the last installment of “how Dada tortures the animals by singing to them“, so here’s a little ditty that’s dedicated to the red boys who make life around the house so … interesting. This one is to the tune of “The Rainbow Connection” by Kermit the Frog.
So here’s a little ditty that, unlike most of the tunes I serenade (read: torture) the animals with, cannot be sung to the cat. (Well, I guess it could, but it would lose a little something if “dog” were changed to “cat”.)
So just in case you think we’re discriminating against the cat by not singing to her (or perhaps that we’re discriminating against the dogs by singing to them), let me alleviate your concern by presenting The Kitty Song. This is to the tune of “Oh, Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison. It can, of course, be applied (with minor modification) to any two-syllable pet, but around here, it’s usually used to serenade Trouble the cat as she hides in her box like a hermit.