Thursday, March 12, 2009



animal nicknames morph so quickly right? nea. ss-nea. snee. snuggles. snuggs. snee mc'snuggles. mrs. snee mc'snuggles. snuggly snee. muggles. the great muggler. snee snuggly muggly. sugar muffin.

8 comments:

Designers' Brew said...

Somehow, my fat gato has persistently remained as The Fato.

17 beats. said...

word. word. word. (those are c-tines' favorite poses btw... "the over the shoulder perch" "bremen town musicians" and "modifified bremen town musicians")

ashley english said...

"Nea Stole"

elisabeth said...

It's so true. Over time our dog named Elsa has become Uncle Boodles.

Aevan Arts said...

My sister is particularly good at that. She had a dog named Kendall who became Kugel who became Teddy Bear...Bear...beerface...then weasel. I have no idea why, but I'm amazed her pets don't get confused.

j said...

mugar shnuffin. booger puffin.

keri said...

When I was little, a brown dog showed up at our house. We lived in the country, so animals frequently showed up uninvited. We didn't intend to keep the dog, so we just referred to her as "the brown dog." She turned out to be lovely, but we never got around to changing the name, so we had Browndog for almost 15 years.

Pats Mikicic said...

We found Brutus, who we originally named Hector. Then Brutus became Brutey, Brut, Brut-scoot, brutey-baby, then brutey-punkin-brutey-baby and occasionally: Brutus again.

He loves it.