Our dog has a big nose and it means he’s a liar.

We are all familiar with Pinocchio and the issues he had with his creator Geppetto and his ability to fabricating stories, which resulted in his nose growing.  Knowing this story makes the two photographs posted here make a lot more sense. This first photo is of Storm taken at roughly four weeks and the second photo is taken today when he’s seven months old.

Storm when he was four weeks old, before he turned into a liar

Storm when he was four weeks old, before he turned into a liar

What do you notice? Yes, that right…his nose is growing faster than the rest of him. I think science has some pathetic excuse for why this is occurring but based on the Pinocchio stories I’m certain I know the truth, Storm is a liar, and all the damage that occurred in the garden this week was obviously caused by him.

Storm at seven months old.  The big nose gives away his attitude to the truth.

Storm at seven months old. The big nose gives away his attitude to the truth.

Hes guilty and now I’ve got the evidence.  Case closed.

Official statement from our dog on what occurred in our backyard tonight.

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“I have to admit I’m looking pretty guilty here, and if the roles were reversed then I’d vote to convict you for the death of an innocent plant but you wouldn’t believe how this actually occurred

You see this Bird of Paradise was trying to fly away, it’s a bird you know and I really dislike birds. Anyway before it became airborne I managed to subdue it and drag it over on to the lawn. It’s leaves must have spontaneously fallen into my mouth, and in a moment of panic I chewed them. When you look at this logically I was actually doing you a favour as I was unsure if it would attack from the sky.

The stuffed pig? I know you want to ask what it’s doing here, it’s best if we just move on and forget this whole horrid affair.

It’s cold and dark outside so how about we all go back inside where it’s not raining, turn the heater up and think about more positive things”