Saturday, April 5, 2014

Entertainment Isn't Rocket Science (#atozchallenge)

When's the last time you had a really, epically good time? How much money was involved? Was it really the stuff money buys that provided the fun?


It's the small things.

Happy weekend. Go have an epically good time. (Come back on Monday and tell me all about it!)

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  1. Good times can be inexpensive and fun! Loved the video! I must admit I miss doing things like these!!

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    1. Agreed, Danny--I miss it too. We should, though ;) Hope you had a great weekend.

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  2. That dog sure does love bottles! My favourite inexpensive toy is cardboard. I love to rip it up
    berniethefrenchie

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    1. Bernie, you have a soulmate over here in Curaçao :D My dog Duncan loooooves cardboard. I save all empty boxes--cereal, treats, egg cartons--for him, and it gives me a jolt of feel-good every time I hand him one and he walks off so happily with it. Thanks for the visit!

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  3. Perfect! ☺ My friend's puppy has a one litre water bottle she gnaws on and tosses around.

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    1. Haha... My dogs like water bottles too. I think it's the crackling sound the plastic makes. It's probably not the healthiest toy, but--this video is great :D

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    1. I agree! Glad you liked it, Cami, and thanks for the visit :)

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  5. That was so cute! I'm not sure what my corgi would have done if he saw such a display of bottles. If he knocked some over, I'm sure he wouldn't have come back to investigate more of them but would have been frightened, I think. I'm trying to think the last time I had some epically good time and nothing comes to mind; I better think of something fun to do tomorrow. Enjoy your weekend!

    betty

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    1. I'm pretty sure mine would do the same, Betty--they're scared of almost anything. Maybe we can start with three bottles, then seven, then more, until they get used to the loud sound and realize it's *plaything* and not threat? Hmmm... there's an idea :) Thanks for visiting!

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  6. Vising from the A-Z Challenge. That is awesome! My dog loves water bottles so if I built him a pyramid, he would probably have the same reaction. Thanks for sharing!
    Amanda at His and Her Hobbies

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  7. Those were our dogs first toys! This little guy sure knows how to party!

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  8. My foster loves empty plastic bottles! Love the video, made me smile :)

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  9. Entertainment is meant to be effortless. Amazing video.

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  10. Most of my memorable good times have involved very little expense. Likewise, the gifts I cherish the most are ridiculously inexpensive, but really meaningful.

    Loved the video!

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  11. hahaha this is awesome. I used to give my dog huge plastic bottles to play with ... he would chew and squeeze it completely and then look at me for more :D

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  12. Aha! This was sooo sweet! The little one sure had a lot of fun. Loved his party cap too :)

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  13. I was grinning the whole time I watched that. Thank you.

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  14. I love your blog! So glad to have found it through the A-Z challenge. You are a day-brightener, that's for sure. And, many of the best things in life can't be bought, like a pet's affection or a good hearty laugh. Happy blogging! www.dianeweidenbenner.com

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  15. So... dogs are as easily entertained by things like popping bubble plastic, too, I imagine! Last time we got something from Amazon, it was wrapped in inflatable compressed air packs. Those are big, NOISY bubbles to pop - I was afraid (then half amused at the thought) that the neighbors would hear, think it was gunshots, and call the cops!

    This looked like a lot of fun, but I would not want to be the one hunting down the bottles and restacking them... ;)

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