Monday, March 3, 2014

Monday Mischief: Once Bitten

A while back, I posted this picture of Wilson, channeling his inner vampire. This week it has become apparent that instead of dining on poor Jimmy,  Wilson went for the conversion tactics! Imagine my shock and horror when I confronted this scene.............Click to enlarge for all the gory details!


Apparently Jimmy was turned! And now, Count Jimula has decided to exact his revenge on his maker! Maybe the life of a blood-sucker doesn't appeal to him! If we learn nothing else from old vampire movies, it's that killing the head vampire, frees his converts from their life of darkness. However, I can only assume Jimmy's plan for salvation did not work! Wilson is still among us! So does this mean I must now sleep at night with one eye open, ever watchful for two creatures of the night? Will I succumb to the vampire's mind control, thus filling their bowls with endless food? Who knows what evil lurks........

Yes, I know, I have read one (or maybe 100) too many vampire books and watched a lot of vampire movies.  But it makes for good mischief!

Oh, and mischief number two today, it's snowing like CRAZY here and is supposed all day!  Single digit temps tonight. Sigh.....so ready for spring.


19 comments:

  1. Yikes beware of the night and we suggest you get the garlic out. Oh dear not more snow. Will it ever stop? Have a marvellous Monday and stay warm and cosy.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. "When the Count saw my face, his eyes blazed with a sort of demonaic fury, and he suddenly made a grab at my throat." Dracula, ch. 2, by Wilson B. Stoker

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  3. Too much vampire business around there. Maybe the snow will cool them off. LOL

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  4. Those are some wild vampire pictures!!!!! Mom likes the old school vampires in the 1930s films.

    Ps we agree Ruth you about mr corner confusing bidability and intelligence. Mom also thinks though that intelligence is over rated virtue for dogs. A bit if mischief is gun but the smartest dogs cause too much

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  5. Watch out for Count Dogula. Or Two. Maybe you can distract them with a bone.

    --Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  6. Haha! That looks like a fierce one you have!!

    I'm so ready for Spring too!

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  7. LOL! Hmmm... I think you're safe until the zombies arrive ;-)

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  8. Oh, you're in for it now. Two vampires in the house! Stay warm and dry! I think we might bundle up and go for a walk ...

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  9. More snow??? The clouds of yesterday have already departed... and we are supposed to heat up again this week.

    Hehehe - Wilson and Jimmy play so rough! Looks like fun though!

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  10. Just give in. Let the dogulas bite you and enjoy eternal life with pups.

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  11. Vampire corgis? Hehehe...

    Monty and Harlow

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  12. Thank you SO MUCH for your advice on how to clicker train Blueberry! I really had no idea herding breeds were more sensitive to noises than others. That's a real eye opener. I'll let you know how the pen-clicker training goes! :)

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  13. OMD! Two of them that's scary. Inner vampire....like that term. It describes Roxy to a T. She is always biting other dogs on the neck. Beware of moonless nights....

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

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  14. Vampire pups! Interesting idea!!

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  15. Count Jimula! LOL! I bursted out laughing at that.
    DM

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  16. I'd be getting some garlic around your bedroom or better yet, around your neck!

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  17. I really love that photo!!!!! Ruh roh - vampires in the house. That's serious.

    How did you do that special photo effect?

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  18. If Wilson was already one of the undead, then he WOULD still be with you even if Count Jimula did manage to get a little nibble in.

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