You Know What I Love?

I love it when I get up in the morning, and hop online to see what sorts of stuff I can mock for you guys, and I check my email, and a whole bunch of you have sent me stuff already. It’s like, mocking has become this huge team effort, and instead of just ME mocking stuff, we have become a mocking community – joined together, united in our mockaliciousness. I love this. It’s especially useful when I’m feeling utterly uncreative and kinda sleepy, like I do right now.

One of you alert and astute mockdockers sent me this video, and I think it’s a lesson to all of us that you should NOT IGNORE YOUR DOG. Because your dog will get you back, when you least expect it.

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  • Rachel

    Okay, that was pretty funny, but my real question is why was that guy filming himself playing on the computer naked? Scratch that — don’t wanna know!

  • Punky

    Forget sitting at the computer naked, why light your cigarette out the window with your junk hanging out?!! Imagine being a neighbor and seeing that! EEEWW!

  • Sunshyndrmr

    I have all the exact same question but this was so funny. I thought the dog was gonna pee on him or something to that effect but this was way better.

  • Buckeye Bob

    As the dog walks away thinking, who’s the bitch now!

    I bet the guy wasn’t on the Mock Dock.

  • meganyore

    so many unanswered questions…

  • Benoit from Ottawa

    Yow! The dog demonstrated defenestration!

    (With due credit to Bill Watterson, of Calvin and Hobbes fame)

  • PurpleAnn

    I LOVE Calvin & Hobbes! Ii was so sad when he stopped doing the comic strip. By the way…what kind of dog was that? A bASSett hound?

  • Rachel

    Looked like a great dane to me…

  • Anonymous

    Oops! Several typos there. I was just a bit freaked out thinking it would’ve been even worse if the guy owned a weiner dog.

  • Benoit from Ottawa

    Nope, surely that’s a sorta pointer: a goose-dog.


    Re C & H: a few years back, my son (now late 20s) gave me the complete C & H, on heavy heavy paper, in large format; printed in China, it is wunnerful, even containing special extras. And of course it features all the 3-5 page poems. I was mightily impressed, that year…

  • Mockarena

    Daisy has 3 Danes – so I’m sure she’ll know if it’s a Dane or not. I’ll have to ask her!