Monday, 20 January 2014

Monday Mischief, Recycle As The Possibilities Are Endless!

Recycle As The Possibilities Are Endless!


Our bin day is Friday and Thursday is treasure trove day for the foxes as at night they raid the recycle bags like this one.


Well the bags were still out Friday morning when I took she who must be obeyed ignored out for a walk on 'the human safety first leash'.


She stopped to have a gossip with a someone she knows and I decided to check out the bag. Well you never know the foxes might have missed something.


So natter, natter, natter you mouth is getting fatter..........meanwhile I struck the mother lode.


I had just got that succulent juicy bone in my mouth when she who must be obeyed ignored shouted one of my other names, DROP IT MOLLY.


DRATS indeed!


I jumped 87 million feet into the air and dropped the bone........


What a waste and worse she dragged me away and............


left the bone for someotherdoggy.
 
Have a marvellous Monday all and mine is well boneless. I did go in search of it the next day but it was not there. BIG SIGH. The trials and tribulations of owning a human. alas, they spoil our fun.

46 comments:

  1. Well don;t that beat all Molly! ..i mean there you are trying to eco Molly and the Bone Police get all in your grill bwahahaahha oh well maybe it has been kicked to the kerb to resurface in another episode called Pee..Eww that stinks worse ;) have a Bone-free as free as the wind blows Monday sweet girl :) hugs Fozziemum xx

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  2. OMCs Molly we totally adore your re enactments!!! Bravo to your assistants and to Barbie!
    Hugs Madi your bfff

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  3. Well I am glad to see that she who must be OBEYED stayed well-heeled and upright on her feet. No spread eagle in the air this time....good Molly....you did NOT run off and leave her on the ground! But that bone...you'll get another one another day. teeeheheheheehheehhh

    (I am loving this little saga of mini-me and the plastic peep! BRILLIANT!)

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  4. WHAT?? WTH??? I always thought our peeps were our FURIENDS. Bummer!

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  5. Please send me the GPS-coordinates of this bone. I'm sure this tasty bone is waiting for me (I will send you a half one , of course) Have a super monday, Molly

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  6. EXCELLENT reenactment of the event. We see that She who must be OBSERVED has Learned not to wear the Pink Pumps when walking around. What a shame she would not allow you to retain your treasure.

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  7. 87 million feet in the air. too funny! i use my big dog bark if i have to convince my dogs to give up something they shouldn't have. :)

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  8. Dang Molly! I've had a few "treasured finds" like that in my life, but I've experienced that same kind of "Mommy voice" that will make you tuck and roll in a heartbeat! (One time I DID get to enjoy a find...but it made me SICK! Ugh!) I know you feel cheated but it might have made you very sick too.
    Have a wonderful week!!
    Pixel
    P.S. I love the reenactment! BOL!!

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  9. How odd... "Drop It" is also a nick-name our humans use for the canines! And we agree with Reilly & Denny, who recycles a bone? Except for you, of course, Molly. You were going to recycle it into a snack! Good dog.

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  10. I think she was just trying to protect you-maybe it was a big turkey bone or something that might hurt you. Moms are like that you know. Hope she gets you another one from the grocery store.
    Wags, Noreen & Hunter

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  11. Ha Ha your nickname "Molly Drop It" Mine is "Greta WHAT are you DOING?" BOL
    love the reenactments.
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  12. What?!? She made you drop the bone and leave it there?!? That is totally unfair...uncalled for....ridiculous...insane! Honestly Molly, I do not know how you live with "Her". BOL
    Happy No-Bone Monday,
    Oz

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  13. Someone threw out a lovely bone? Shocking!

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  14. They sure do. Can't believe that bone was thrown out. Looks like it had plenty of chew still left in it. SHE always takes stuff away from us, too. Humans!!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  15. Wow, there could all sorts of goodies in those bags! They always smell like foodables to me. BOL Sorry you lost that bone. Have a happy Monday!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

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  16. If I had a treat for every time I heard "Noodles! Drop it!" then I'd be a super pudgy PUG.
    Love Noodles

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  17. I would of died for that bone, I don't get them, as I always get the runs after. You try getting your peep to scoop that BOL xxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  18. Bummer! The same thing happened to me this weekend, I fought hard to keep the bone, but those human opposable thumbs beat my jaws of death every time!

    Yours in disappointment,

    Kiki

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  19. Dang, a purrfectly good 8=8 and you didn't get to keep it!

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  20. The mother lode indeed. Humans can be such spoilsports.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  21. That is so rude when moms do that! It happens to my sisters and I a lot!

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  22. Has your mudder never ever heard of the old saying, "finders keepers losers weepers?" for petes sake!!!
    stella rose

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  23. Sigh. I had SUCH a similar experience this morning involving part of a bird! It's just terribly unfair!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher
    PS: Thank you for your succinct explanation of PMQs. Dad (the historian in the family) explained it to Mom, but it helped her to read your comment! She wasn't aware it was done on Wednesdays ... I'll have to change that! Dad teaches college courses in history, politics, international relations, etc. We just thought we'd have a little fun playing off of my name!

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  24. We only recycle plastic, glass and newspapers. Nothing fun to eat in any of those. That stinks that you didn't get to keep that pawsome bone. Poor Molly. Better luck next time. Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  25. Oh Molly I feel for you! Remember my trials finding chewy bones on my walks? I really wish you could have kept it! Love Dolly

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  26. Oh too bad Molly. Hope the next doggie enjoys it.

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  27. Why is it THEY ruin all the good stuff in life!

    The Mad Scots

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  28. Mommys! They just does not understand...
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  29. Oh, moms are such a drag! Thanks so much for the reenactment. It's almost like we were there! :)

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  30. That bone looks perfectly fine to me.... someone needs to go get it and chew on it.
    love
    tweedles

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  31. Some days, getting the bone just isn't in the cards

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  32. That really wasn't fair, you had to leave that bone behind! Better luck next time. Head this way for a visit and you'll find lots of special treasures here, mostly at the window (see tomorrow's post!).

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  33. I am at a loss for words....I'm I'm...what the hell was your mom thinking not letting you have the bone. I hope your tomorrow is the bestest day ever.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  34. What is up with that?
    We feel your pain...We never get to eat the stray doughnut or hamburger bun we find on the sidewalks...sigh
    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  35. Hey Molly

    The humans sure can use some sneaky tactics for spoiling our fun buddy, don't let it put you off, it was great mischief, keep up the good work!

    I hope you're having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  36. You and your Mommy are so funny, Molly! We think you should have your own slot on Saturday Night Live, like Mr. Bill did back in the day! We love your re-enactments.

    It was really WRONG of her to make you give up your bone, though.

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  37. We don'ts go into the outside world but it doesn't seem fair that you had to give up that luscious looking bone. We guess it's like when the assistant drops something good smelly on the kitchen floor and won't let us snarf it up. Bummer.

    Kitty Kisses,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  38. Poor Molly, all that work for nothing! Now someone else will enjoy the fruits of your labor. Sometimes life is not fair.

    Loveys Sasha

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  39. Ha ha I would never do something naughty like that ;0)

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  40. I thought I was the only one called "drop it"!

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  41. bummer Molly beteer luck next time,xx Speedy

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