Saturday, December 4, 2010

Mysterious Circles???

Most of us have heard of crop circles and the mysteries that surround them. How were they made? Who made them? When were they made?

The mystery may now be solved. I have 6 dogs of my own and take care of my daughter's lab mix because she is TOO LAZY to do it. Two of my dogs are pugs. Herein lies the answer.
The two pugs are the only dogs I have ever seen do this in the yard. They go out and sit down and twirl and twirl and twirl. They get dizzy and so do I. Round and round they go. They are either scratching their behinds or chasing their curly tails or a combo of both. Henceforth they flatten the grass in a circle pattern as they go round and round therefore making a small crop circle. So the giant crop circles must have been made by gigantic pugs from long ago. Of course the giant pugs arrived here from outer space via spaceships or possibly were beamed down here! Mystery solved!

No, I have not had any margaritas or Sangria while arriving at this conclusion! Nor have I been smoking wacky tobaccky. I'm serious! Do any of your pugs perform this strange ritual?


Jan said...

Two of my dogs (not the Poodles) do the turning in circles thing before lying down...even when they are on my bed, where I assure you there is no vegetation.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh my gosh,, this is the funniest thing i have heard today!!

me- little tweedles.. I tends to circle around and around and around
before I got potty.... 15 times I do this,,,, your story is outrageously awsome!
my word is POGIEST teee hee hee

Mountain Woman said...

Ha, Ha, you are always so funny. I'd like to think it is pug dogs and not outer space ships because if dogs were to beam us up to space at least I know I get along with dogs. I just love your sense of humor.

What About Me? said...

Crop circles are nothing else but another art form. Check this link

I have 2 dogs but they dont do much of circling. Dogs have it in there blood. This is to ensure that there is nothing undesirable(bugs, thorns etc.) in the sleeping area.
Looks like this generation of dogs are losing the instint :)

Dana Orsborn said...

Crop circles have always been a mystery to us too. I have never seen Daisy twirl like this before, but I have seen her arrange her bones in a triangle shape, almost like she is performing a sexy pug ritual.
It scares me a little, but
it's what she enjoys hehe.

We hope you are having a great week!

-Dana & Daisy

A New England Life said...

LOL! Nope, I can't say my Winston Pug ever does that! Well maybe a little bit but not much. Those Pugs certainly are quirky!

Mountain Woman said...

Just stopping by to wish you a most Merry Christmas!