Thursday, January 29, 2009

Random Thoughts

It's a scientific fact that a Doberman's nose will reach the neighborhood of 3 Kelvin sometime between 4:30 and 5:00 am. Coincidentally, it's usually the same time as when he sticks said nose in your arm pit to find out if you're awake enough to let him outside. But wait, there's more! It's also the same time that a Golden Retriever will have snuggled you to the edge of the bed and about 5 seconds before that last nudge over the edge of oblivion. I swear it's true. It's been written up in the American Journal of Weird but Strangely True Science Stuff (AJoWbSTSS).


Old NFO said...

No dogs on the bed, no dogs in the bedroom fixes that :-)

Rabbit said...

Siberian Husky paws increase in mass by 2 orders of magnitude between 0345 and 0400 when stuck in your face to announce they must go outside.