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lemonsthecorgi:

wafflethecorgi:

Anatomy of the Majestic Corgi
(as I’ve come to know them, courtesy of my precious corgi, Waffle)

Radars: Detects the sound of food bags opening, dropped food, food on plates, skateboards, scooters, etc.

Poker: Used to get the attention of a corgi’s human.

Taster of All Things: Food inhaler, food goes in here.

Majestic Poof: Used to charm humans. Touch for good luck.

Stumpers: Used to frap.

Nub (or floofy tail on some corgis): Happy meter.

Tush Skirts: Used to distract or hypnotize humans during walkies.

Drummies: Essential parts of a sploot.

Note: Scritch spots and rub spots may vary from one corgi to another.

Amazing. I want to buy it!!

Elsa has a weird internal clock. 10:30 is bedtime. This stems from my usual “I have to get up at stupid o’clock because I’m a teacher” schedule I operated on from the time we brought her home until June (for summer school, I keep late hours and suffer the consequences). She puts herself in her crate and glares at me, wondering why I’m still up when it is clearly bedtime. Tonight she came upstairs to let me know the time, just in case.

Elsa has a weird internal clock. 10:30 is bedtime. This stems from my usual “I have to get up at stupid o’clock because I’m a teacher” schedule I operated on from the time we brought her home until June (for summer school, I keep late hours and suffer the consequences). She puts herself in her crate and glares at me, wondering why I’m still up when it is clearly bedtime. Tonight she came upstairs to let me know the time, just in case.

Six months of corgi ownership. Neither of us has managed to kill the other by this point (but from the way she trips me up on the stairs, it’s clearly not from lack of effort on her part). She’s so full of energy and sass, crazy smart, and ridiculously pretty. and just look at those ears!

Corgis are definitely not a breed for the faint of heart, and some days are a challenge, but she’s one of the best parts if my life.