Java Bean: “So what about the Canada goose stuffie or the little bee? Can we trade those for fish skins?” Lulu: “No, those are things we’re allowed to have. If we try to trade them, Dada will just give them back to us.”
Lulu: “Hey, Bean, do you think you can teach me how to be a watchdog, too?” Bean: “I don’t know. I think being a watchdog might be kind of an intrinsic thing. Sort of like being able to work the squeaker in a stuffie.”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with a tutorial video for all my international friends, as well as my non-sportsball-loving American friends, which will completely demonstrate all the ins and outs of how to play American football. I have put this video together with the help of my trusty assistant, Dada!
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! In this case, I think the title sums it up pretty well, but I know that these sorts of things do require informational videos to properly convey the concept. Do I have such a video? Of course I do!
Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with another life tip! Now, you may have heard that humans have got really big brains and are really smart, but I am here to tell you—and show you—that this is pretty much just propaganda spread by, you guessed it, humans. Just watch how long it takes my poor addlepated Dada to figure out (a) what I’m asking him to do and (b) what it is that I’ve got in my mouth:
As you can see, not only does Dada have to ask me repeatedly if I have a piggy, but at various points he becomes completely incoherent. Is it the time change? Is it not enough coffee? Is it too much Irish Cream? Or is it just that humans are not as big-brained as they would like us animals to think? I don’t know yet, but I am planning to find out. But first, if you’ll excuse me, I have a stuffie to play with.
Until next time, friendlies, this is Lulu, rolling over and out!