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So would you really want to buy your dog a 50 lb bag of Old Yeller dog food?
It’s at QFC on Broadway and Pike if you really want to tempt fate…
I think the food might be made of Ol' Yeller.
After they shot him.
In the head.
Behind the barn.
Well thanks for the spoiler alert you guys. I guess I can scratch that movie off my list.
I am going to start demanding all my food is served to me "chunk style".
Disney dog food? Who would buy that crap anyway? It's the equivalent of feeding your child nothing but Totino's pizza rolls their entire life.
They should put Pop Rocks in each chunk, so that it makes your puppy's mouth foam -- just like Ol' Yeller!!!
Old Yeller was such a good movie: I particularly liked the happy ending. ((meow!))
This is opening old wounds.
"She said she was tired of having RABIES!"
Why didn't they just name it "Krazy Mutt Brain-Bustin' Dog Chow"?
What about Where the Red Fern Grows cougar repellent?
"Psycho Shower Gel"
"Mommie Dearest Tub and Tile"
"Jaws Fish Sticks"
I would definitely eat Jaws fish sticks.
Disney's Hannah Montana Satin Bedsheets?
@10 Not to mention "Snow White apples", "Sleeping Beauty spindles", and "Bridge to Terabithia bungee cords"
@11 More like "Little Mermaid fish sticks" . . .
Is Disney asking to be euthanized?
Old Yeller dog food, now with extra RABIES! (Shotgun and vaccination not included.)
When can I expect my royalty checks?
What's scary is that I've seen this for at least a year in Michigan, which means that PEOPLE ARE BUYING IT! Which proves to me that it doesn't matter what the (insert noun here) is about, it's all about name recognition. Roman Polanski could get elected to school board president. Idiots would buy "Hannibal" fava beans, and morons would elect a woman with the last name Clinton... oops.
No, Roman Polanski could be a youth pastor.
It's been around for three years. I'm still amazed.
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