Monday, September 24, 2007

AnotherNother Interview: Bandy

Wow! The dog interview circuit is the place to be! Bandy has just requested an interview, too. Here we go:

1. I really loved swimming in your pool. How come you don't swim?

2. I'm sorry I knocked your tooth out... Want to try getting along with each other again some time?

3. You're a trim and pretty dog. What's your secret?

4. Same question I asked the other dogs: What is one secret of a blissful life that you'd like to share with your thumb-haver?

5. Walks or rides: which are your favorite? Explain your answer.

Now, when you've finished your interview, post it on your blog. Include this invitation at the end, for anyone who would like to be interviewed by you. These are the rules:

1. If you are interested in being interviewed, leave a comment on my blog saying, 'interview me.'
2. I will respond by posting five questions for you. I get to pick the questions.
3. You will update your blog with a post with your answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

Thanks for playing, Bandy!


Bandy said...

Thanks for the interview, Cub! I knocked Mom off the computer to answer. She's complaining about being behind in her work, but she needed the break to let me have some fun! Thanks again!

jnors93 said...

I felt really sad for Bandy when I heard of the toof incident.

Now, my Garrett has had a toof incident...a collision with a Pergo floor. The mommy in our house freaked out. If she had fur, it would've been flying.

Garrett is an almost 2 year old thumb-haver--basically an accident waiting to happen. I try to stay out of his way...most of the time.

Amaretto Kitty Cat

Molly said...

Dear Cub,
Do you think I could have an interview, too?
Your friend,

DogBlogger said...

Oh, Amaretto! Hi there! I hope you keep doing well in staying out of thumb-haver Garrett's way (is his toof okay now?). I think he would make me pretty nervous.

Hi Molly! Yes, I'll think of some questions for you, but it may be a couple of days. The Typist's mid-week evenings are booked.