to a new epawsode of Angel Sammys and Teddys Pawetaton in pigtures….look what they found for this week…

….oooh cooorn…

if you travel through da land

then it can happen that you will strand

in a cornfield without any end,

and you curse that the gps to that place you sent.

that’s because you turned left when da gps girl said right

and you get stuck and you are afraid.

and you are happy when you see a farmer 

even when is grumpy and sure no charmer.

and you ask him about your fab hotel

and he says never heard, out of my field and drive to hell…

how good that our next travel is to a place without corn…. butt with sardines in oil, yay!




About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

19 responses »

  1. Gosh I’d choose a sardines in oil place over a cornfield any day. Mom and Dad put bunches of those little fishies on their pizza! Thanks for the poem – it’s VERY cool and reminds me a little of that scary movie about the cornfield from hell. EEEK.

    Hugs, Teddy

  2. Sandra Hangey says:

    I love how you see life! And actually just pulling made me laugh. Somehow when I look at that picture I don’t see what you see until I read what you see and then I see it. Yuck on sardines. But my Mom and Dad love them

  3. Charles Huss says:

    I have had GPS devices take me to all kinds of weird places, but not a cornfield . . . yet.

  4. Hari OM
    Wowsers – all I can say is you sure know how to make life adventurous!!! Hugs and wag,s YAM-aunty xxx

  5. Zoolatry says:

    Thinking you Weims could shuck corn in a NY minute …

  6. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    Sounds like the corn field wasn’t such a good place to end up. You never know who or what is hiding in there either!

  7. Your poem is great but we’re wondering if there is some truth behind that story.

  8. Brian says:

    That was a good poem and I’m sure we’d all pick sardines too!

  9. Jan K says:

    Luke would pick sardines in oil over corn any day too!

  10. Your poem gave me the giggles…especially that last line.
    Phenny and Nelly what a handsome photo at the end
    Hugs Cecilia

  11. We have certainly been there – making the opposite turn of the GPS lady’s directions. Nobody ever told us to drive to hell, though. That’s good…

    Love and licks,

  12. The OP Pack says:

    Ha Ha – another interesting take on this photo. We hope the gps works better next time:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  13. We’ll take sardines over corn any day.

    The Florida Furkids

  14. Sardines are better for you anyway.

  15. Mmmmmm, sardines!!

    Great poem boyz, we can’t wait to see where your travels lead you!!

  16. Marsha Gay says:

    Never ask a farmer for directions, especially in the rain.

  17. Our dad comes from “corn country,” the midwest. We all would rather live here where there are hills and mountains and trees and not a corn field in sight. XOX Lucy and Xena

  18. No sardines, thank you! But corn and buttah is delish! Farmers don’t like peeps they don’t know in their fields… I know that from experience!

  19. Now that’s a funny but corny tale.
    Corn fields can be scary…like horror movie scary.
    Right now in S. TX corn fields are becoming dangerous as some smugglers/human coyotes are crawling through the stalks to hide their illegal entry into the country. Farmers – including some who are my relatives – are becoming afraid as this new bunch are not the shy quiet ones they would leave water bottles for along trails across their land, this new batch is armed, serious and violent – break into houses/barns, steal cars and abandon the weak leaving them to die. Not to mention the corn crop is getting smushed from all the chases by authorities.
    Children of the Corn movie scary…good to find a way out of this mess

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