Here Are Some Very Good Penn State Puppers From These Past Few Very Good Days
In case you’ve quite literally been living under a rock for the past two days, you should know that it’s been really nice out. Like, really nice out. Tank-top-and-shorts-because-it’s-70-degrees-in-February nice out. Day-drinking-on-your-roof nice out. But, most importantly, it was take-your-doggo-out-for-a-walk nice out — the best type of “nice out.”
It was doggos and puppers galore all over State College on Tuesday and Wednesday. So before that dastardly winter weather returns, let us reminisce and admire the pooches we saw prancing around Penn State these past two beautiful days.
To begin, I present: a Floofy Girl. This is Hazel and she has a pair of very floppy ears.
And now, Daylong Doggo!
What’s this? What could Daylong Doggo possibly be staring at?
Would you look at that! It’s more party doggos!
Oh my! It appears as though the Party Puppers have arrived.
Yes, the Party Puppers have certainly made an entrance.
Woah there! That is one large tongue-o for a doggo.
A sideways tongue-o!
Wow. A majestic hound. Staring off into the greater distance.
Hm, yes, a Very Good curious pupper.
Oh, now that is one fluffy doggo.
Oh! And now Fluffy Hound has made a friend! What great news!
A Truly, Incredibly Great Hound, indeed.
And now, I must leave you with one final pupper: The Cool Boy. This pooch may be a Cool Boy, but he is no less a Very Very Good Boy, I can assure you.
Do you have any pictures of your puppers enjoying the beautiful weather? Send them to me! Do you have pictures of your pupper-inos just, like, in general? Send them. Where-ever, when-ever, I literally couldn’t care less just please send me pictures of your puppers please I am begging you.
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