Sunday, 17 November 2013

Luminous Leg-its

Hello folks! Woof!
Recently, I've noticed this up-and-coming breed of humans. Woof!

They're getting very common, and I like to call them The Luminous Leg-its!

Come back, come back, woof!
Here we have a fine example of a Luminous Leg-it.

We can easily recognise them due to their vivid, all-weather uniforms.

This young lady ran past me along the River Don today, and, like I always do, I thought "Ooooh, a human! Must speak to her..."

Woof, you see, I'm a very friendly dog when it comes to humans (yeah, I'm a coward with dogs), and I love speaking to everyone. At the bus stop, I walk along and all the old wifies coo over me!

Anyway, I tried to speak to this lady, but she ran away!

STOP!! I need to say hello to you!
However much I cried, she just ran away from me, like she was running for her life from a scary thingie.

She just wouldn't stop, and I don't know why!

I mean, I'm not that scary, am I? Woof?

Oh for goodness sake! You're just a scaredy cat, you!
I've come to the conclusion that these impolite humans are just big chickens. They run too fast, and won't even stop for a wee sheltie like me.

Whiney, whine!
So, it is my new mission to catch one!

Hope you have a super week!

Cheerio,
Pippa :) wuf wuf

37 comments:

  1. LOL Pippa you get one and bite their ankles. I am after the lycra louts on our parks and their bikes.
    Have a serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Good luck bagging your first luminous leg-its. We have a bike you can borrow :)
    ps, Mum was just making an ordinary fruit cake, Dad loves them (he would eat Christmas cake all year round, given the chance!)
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

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  3. Oh Pippa, I see them all the time, and their cousins the luminous pedal-its. But as for catching them, I fear it is a hopeless case. And one has to ask oneself, would a human so keen to hasten away from a gorgeous dog (like you and me) be worth barking to anyway?
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  4. What in the world is wrong with peeps anyway, like you all we wanta do is talk. Now Dad stop for every doggie we meet to talk to and pet!

    The Mad Scots

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  5. Some humans are dumb and impolite, they don't understand us :/

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  6. She should have at least yelled hello is she was in such a hurry . . . . .Sigh! People can be so rude! Lee and Phod

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  7. I think they be pretty boring peoples any way, Pippa. All they do is run, run, run. More fun to take walkies and enjoy the scenery.

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  8. OMD, that was so funny Pippa!! That was just plain rude of that big chicken lady to run away from you!!
    Who would be afraid of your sweet face??! Pfffft. Obviously she was raised in a barn.
    Good luck with the next one!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  9. Hi Pippa you are most beautiful today and so funnny!!!!! It appears you are having a very nice outing in spite of the scaredy cat MOL MOL.
    Hugs madi your bfff and Mo

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  10. Oh Pippa, I feel your pain. Everybuddy always runs away from me, sigh. I hope you catch one and tell me how ya did it. Have fun. No worries, and slobber, Rory and Stella

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  11. looks like you are having a lovely time

    urban hounds

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  12. You can catch one but sometimes it just takes a long time!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  13. Looks cloudy where you are Pippa, but beautiful still
    hugs
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  14. OMD CHICKEN PEEPS.... THAT is HYSTERICAL... THAT is a FUNNY PUN... Chicken/Peep... BAAAAWAAAH. BUTT we DO think these Chicken Peeps are QUITE RUDE and very SILLY. What are they Thinking... it would make them SO HAPPY to STOP and PET THE SHELTIE.

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  15. Dear Pippa,
    I wish you to catch one of them very soon! Don't give up!
    Love
    Arno

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  16. Those humans were so rude to keep running like that and not even saying woof to u.

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  17. I always stop for nice pups during my runs. If I lived there, I would be sure to stop and say Hi.

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  18. Hoping you catch one! They treat me the same way. Ugh. They just don't get us!

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  19. Oh wow. A rare luminous leg-it! We don't have many of those here. Good luck catching one!

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  20. My boys are pretty good when people walk by, but can be obnoxious when other dogs are around.

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  21. Oh Pippa how rude of her not to stop and say hello.. Someone needs to be taught some manners BOL xxooxxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  22. BWHAHAHAHAHAHA...Oh my goodness...I see them kinda hoomans all in my 'hood and they never stop eithers.
    I hopes you catch one real soon...and then explaain what good manners is.

    Puddles

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  23. Good luck catching one of those, Pippa! I hear they run terribly fast.
    Happy Monday.
    Oz

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  24. Oh Pippa I know what you mean - I hate it too when peeps just run or even walk away without stopping to say hello. Woofs and licks from Magic xx

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  25. Looks like your having a fab walk!

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  26. What will you do with it once you catch it.
    And I must add they are a bit crazy for not stopping to coo over you...I certainly would!

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  27. You're so cute, Pippa, that I would totally run TOWARD you! Silly lady!

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  28. Pippa, the package arrived today. We haven't opened it yet. We'll do that after dinner.

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  29. Hari OM
    ..here's to catching the Leg-it!! I look forward to further reports. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  30. Oh Pippa, joggers are a breed of their own!
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  31. Good luck, she had a pretty good head start. Maybe you could try to trip the next one.


    Loveys Sasha

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  32. We want to say thank you for your kind words about Great Auntie Essex.

    Sherman & Dog Dad

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  33. Bol next time trip one up and they'll have no choice but to talk to you!!!
    Love Milo :)

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  34. Humans are silly...who would not stop to say "Hello" to YOU? They just need to take time and pet the doggy!

    Wyatt

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  35. Them joggers scare us, always wearing silly clothes! heheh

    Slobbers

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  36. Well, you don't look scary to me at all. Nice to meet you and hope you can stop by and visit us some time.

    Pat
    Critter Alley

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Go on, give me a woof!