Friday, November 14, 2008

Hell Hound's Weekend Update: Wish Me Luck


Hello odorless, non-edible television device that mesmerizes humans. The good news is that the First Family Elect is interested in me, HELL HOUND, as a possible new puppy candidate. The bad news is that first I have to go through some vigorous background checks with the CIA in D.C. (Good thing I'm a registered Democrat.) I kissed Alpha Dog goodbye this morning, and although I often dream about shredding the contents of her underwear drawer, and chewing her left hand off, I think I'll miss that crazy biatch.
However, I'm on to bigger and better things, as I set out to build my legacy as first dog. I plan to redefine the position of White House Pet. I'll be like the Hillary Clinton of first dogs. Stay tuned...

3 comments:

Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

Some foreign government suggested a hairless dog for the Obamas. When a picture of it flashed on the screen the commentator said it looked like a HOUND from HELL! Thought of you Hell Hound.

Nooter said...

hope you get the job watch out for russian spies they try to seduce you with snaks

Hell Hound said...

Thanks Elizabeth, That was me you saw on TV, Alpha Dog shaved me down. That's a form of humiliation, you know, meant to break down my free spirit. I will report it to PETA in Washington.

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