A blog by Jorge Garcia.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Nunu Advent Calendar of Stuff She Likes to Chew: December 10th

My Nostrils.

21 comments:

Paul Spooner said...

Hawt...

Becky said...

Oh my stinkin' cute!

Jenea said...

The next station is... your Lips??? :)

Alisha Rene' said...

um, yeah, that's a little disturbing.....lol

Miztification said...

Doesn't that hurt?

Ashlie-Mommycosm.com said...

Um, eww. I suppose that could save on tissue? lol

milk and cookeez said...

Now that is funny :)
Does she bite hard?

Joan Crawford said...

This is actually performance art by Nunu.

"Dog Resuscitates Man"

michelle said...

Haha this one is the funniest yet. Jorge you crack me up! Thanks for the smile. :)

the flour child said...

nostrils, eh? i didn't know exactly how far along dog piercers were - looks like nunu has a haunch up on her buddies!
she's flippin cute.

James Hernandez said...

Jorge,

Kudos to Nunu for giving you CPR!

lynchfamily said...

Jorge, Beth and Nunu -
we have SO enjoyed your blogs, especially the precious advent 'chewander'! here is our favorite Christmas e-celebration page - http://www.snopes.com/photos/arts/xmaslights.asp
just scroll down a little ways and play the first video.
much love from chilly New Mexico

Emily said...

My, what a strange little dog you have. But she's awfully cute! Will she ever get any bigger?

ReNaTo UêGa said...

OMG Jorgeman!!! She's "eating" your nose!
It's so funny! Hahaha =D

jennY said...

holy moley...oucccch! your dog is off the hook....

Pina Colada Kisses said...

Ewww Hurley lol is it ok if I call you Hurley???
http://pinacoladakisses.blogspot.com/

Irishcoda said...

Um, owwwww! That really looks like it *hurts*

SciFiHorrorFem said...

It looks like that might hurt! OUCH! LOL!

Parker said...

I've seen enough Animal Planet to know that apex predators clamp onto the nose and mouth of prey to try and suffocate them in their own blood.

Pinky said...

Our dog does that to my husband sometimes! Silly puppies

EdMuse said...

That's outrageously cute. It's also a dominance move. Dogs in packs will clamp onto the snouts of dogs who are lower in the hierarchy to establish their dominance.

Guess we know who's in charge, here! LOL!