Wednesday, February 03, 2010

"Living Better Now. Coogi Sweater Now."

As Gancey Girlfriend and I were walking out of the grocery store, we saw a couple walking a dog, and the dog had a funny sweater on.

Gancey Girfriend: Oh, look at the sweater on the dog!
Dr. Ken: Yes, it's a Cosby sweater too! And he's a Black dog! Wait, is that racist?


5 of 9er said...

The Chicago Police Commissioner was wearing a Cosby Sweater the other day. Nothing like a fat white dude in a Cosby Sweater.

The Igloo Oven said...

Were the dog's feelings hurt? Did any people over hear? If not you're okay. Does a racist comment in the forest with nobody to hear really exist?

word verification: ochunro

if this were scrabble I could make: run, hun, in coor's banquet or light.

Anonymous said...

Nah that isn't racist. My gf's grandpa wears Coogi sweaters all the time, and he's Jewish. I think it's a classic style that crosses all race boundaries. It unites us all.

Also, 10 points for the Biggie reference!

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Niner: Does he have a thick Chicago accent like a Super Fan? He should switch to Bears sweaters.

Igloo: Good scrabble skills! I'd let you play Coors even if it's not in the dictionary, it's still the banquet beer.

Robot: Yes, I was wondering who would catch that reference. Props. Tell your GF's grandpa that he's livin' better now too.

Word Verification: expyro, as in, I used to burn shit, but now I'm an expyro.

HeatherLynn said...

My dog is wearing a sweater as we speak! My guy friends say "Heather, that's so gay your dog wearing a sweater" and I'm like, what's gay about sweaters. I wear sweaters, and nobody says "I'm gay"

So you wonder racist, and I have the gay and lesbian community being totally misrepresented by my German Short haired pointer...


hell if I know! :)


JerseySjov said...

it's only racist because it happened during black history month.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Lynn: Is it gay? Is it Black? It's hard to assign these things to dogs.

Jov: Yes! I think this happened on the first day of Black History Month.