In case you’ve been drinking your brain cells and memory skills away, I invite you to revisit the gnome blog post from January 5th. It’s a post Seamus made regarding his lack of understanding about dogs on the day he met his first one.
As The Gnome Abode’s animal rights activist, I was called upon to explain and justify these bewildering ancient creatures. Now, I’m a huge supporter of dogs. Do you know why? Because dogs are actually gnomes in disguise!
I know what you’re thinking. But hold on. Now hear me out.
If you trace the genealogical lines back oh say, a couple hundred years…you’ll see that gnomes and dogs are actually distant sixth cousins! Believe it or not, it’s TRUE!
Dogs like to pretend that they are simple animals. What a brilliant idea! If I could have the whole human race convinced that I needed to be fed, walked, and played with on a continual basis…I’d be set for life!
But when your back is turned…dogs start to look just a little more like gnomes…
When they are most relaxed and on the verge of slumber, you can oftentimes make out the shape of a bright red hat atop their heads….if you look at the exact right time. The second that a dog is alarmed or feels a human presence nearby, the gnome hat quickly fades away. It’s really sad how insecure they are.
I encourage all of you dogs out there to fly your gnome hats high! So maybe you don’t want humans to know that you can really take care of yourselves. I get it. But I’m not the only gnome who gets it. We stand beside you in your quest to find your true selves in this life and be the gnomish dogs that you really are.
Don’t worry….I won’t tell any of those stupid humans your secret. Just come to one of council meetings sometime and we’ll show you the true way.Not to force religion on you or anything, but we have a gnomish church now too. All dogs are welcome in our pews!
May the gnome-dog alliance strengthen over time and gain momentum in the days ahead. I’m not sure if any of you pooches and type, but you’re welcome to write a blog post from time to time if you can.
Your animal rights activist and canine supporter,
Ramon LeBeef The Gnome