waiter? context, please!
January 3, 2021 12:00 PM   Subscribe

 
Wegman, context please!

Also, "animals in human drag" or "in human contexts" has been the basis for much comedy for centuries! Doesn't mean I don't like dogs in hoodies eating carrots, though, thanks for posting.

Finally, if anyone can find the 10-minute video of a flock of vultures destroying a fancy, fully-set and placed Thanksgiving Feast table left in the desert, THAT's a fun one too.
posted by not_on_display at 12:10 PM on January 3 [3 favorites]


That didn't seem very fun for the dog.
posted by the uncomplicated soups of my childhood at 12:56 PM on January 3 [1 favorite]


My dogs will wake from a dead sleep to come beg for the peels whenever they hear us peeling carrots. Works for me - saves us a trip to the compost pile.
posted by obfuscation at 1:15 PM on January 3 [1 favorite]


That didn't seem very fun for the dog.

I see a relaxed, interested dog who is mildly annoyed by the blind flailing of hand and/or food towards their face but is also VERY INTERESTED and excited to consume the human food being offered. I suspect the dog is willing to put up with a certain amount of flailing in exchange for snacks.

Especially cheese.
posted by sciatrix at 3:01 PM on January 3 [13 favorites]




This is like the inverse of interacting with the horse I ride. He's contently molesting me in search of treats. I feel like a human popsicle.
posted by sepviva at 5:45 PM on January 3 [1 favorite]


I don't think that's real. I think that's a duck in a dog mask.
posted by flabdablet at 8:21 PM on January 3 [2 favorites]


Finally, if anyone can find the 10-minute video of a flock of vultures destroying a fancy, fully-set and placed Thanksgiving Feast table left in the desert, THAT's a fun one too.

It's a 2009 art video titled In Ictu Oculi by artist Greta Alfaro.
posted by Pyry at 6:22 AM on January 4 [4 favorites]


I'd like to think that this counts as a form of pup-petry.
posted by voiceofreason at 9:24 AM on January 4 [1 favorite]


Maybe you would, but it's snout.
posted by flabdablet at 10:33 AM on January 4 [1 favorite]


I suspect the dog is willing to put up with a certain amount of flailing in exchange for snacks.

Same.
posted by headnsouth at 11:40 AM on January 4


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