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Director:
Little Kernel

Commentary:
Jackée

Cast:
All creatures great and small.

7.29.2005

Wag the Dog

General Audience Wild animals, High-speed chaseEntertainment Value: Three Popcorn Pieces
Action Experience!After pulling an all-nighter, Loni** realized she had 10 minutes to get her summer course final paper turned in across campus. Hopping on her bike, she held the paper in her mouth as she steered through campus. Quickly dismounting, she hit the ground running--still sporting the doggy slippers she'd been wearing in the dorm (with floppy ears, tails, and all). Just then, the campus mailman nonchalantly finished his route. Carrying his mailbag, he broke into a run several feet in front of her, glancing back in mock terror and screaming, "Dear God! They're after me!" After getting the paper turned in just under the wire, Loni exited the building. The mailman walked up to her silently, stooped down, and petted her feet.



13 Comments:

Anonymous marlowe said...

At least he didn't go postal and try to shoot her feet!

9:35 AM  
Anonymous GARY said...

TELL THIS LADY TO STOP BOTHERING THE MAILMAN. THEY WORK HARD FOR OUR COUNTRY THE UNITED STATES OF AMREICA.

12:18 PM  
Blogger little kernel said...

marlowe: Good point! Those dogs would have been dancing!

gary: Mailmen certainly do work hard delivering mail. I think the mailman might have been joking about his fear of her (dog-clad) feet.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Brenda said...

Thank goodness Loni wasn't wearing elephant slippers. What would the mailman say then?

8:15 PM  
Blogger little kernel said...

brenda: Maybe he would have thrown peanuts at them!

8:57 PM  
Anonymous DogLover said...

Ha! Funny mailman!

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Probably the first time that particular mailman ever delivered on time. Funny how he thought he thereby earned the privilege of petting her feet. [It might have been a little less embarrassing for her if he had limited the petting to her slippers, but then again you know how it is with male men.]

11:48 PM  
Blogger little kernel said...

doglover: Humor at the USPS. Who knew?

anonymous: I suppose we're lucky his bark was worse than his bite!

12:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ENT over Orthodenture? Are we on the same page?

10:15 AM  
Blogger little kernel said...

anonymous: What's ENT?

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ear, Nose & Throat - a medical specialty.

6:19 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

it woulda been awsome had he givin her feet a dog treat :D

9:09 AM  
Blogger little kernel said...

anonymous: Or a medical generality?

chris: :) That would have been great!

11:30 AM  

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Strange but true stories of events and exchanges with ordinary people. While stage names are used, these events were actually witnessed.