No Greater Foe

Today’s big challenge came in the form of a Maglight. 

Now this isn’t just your average Maglight, for those doubters out there who think I’m losing my mind.  This one “clicks” and when it does, a light comes out of it’s mouth.  Another click and the light in it’s mouth goes away.  Unbelievable!  A foe with magic powers.  So very special, yet unquestionably arrogant. 

I laugh in the face of danger.  This beast is nothing to me.

But… What, What, What?!?!?  

I am only allowed to attack it after the peeps have laid it on the floor?  Now what does that prove?? Letting me kill something that has already given it up?  What the…

Given half a chance, I could kill it just as dead as the sweeper, broom, lamps, etc.  My point being, I am the ruler of my domain, and as such, (and maybe this is just a small-man complex thing) if it’s taller than I am, I can bring it down.  (This makes fair play of everything over 9″.) 

Com’on Dad, just let the Maglight stand on it’s own two (one, whatever) feet for a few seconds. I’ll knock it out with one punch.  Let me at it.  I double-dog dare you.  I won’t hurt it, I’m just going to teach it a little lesson about messin’ with the man.  Click.  OK, now I’m pretty sure it looked at me funny.  It needs to go down.

Come on, one swing, one round-house, one karate chop, one body slam.  Take your pick.  Just let me do something, puh-leeeaaasse!

Cripes!!!

I’ve lowered myself to begging.  This is not a good sign, definitely not a good sign. 

  

 

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About onecoolgriff

Hello to all my friends! My name is Rambo and I'm a Petite Brussels Griffon living in Michigan. My family is a bit diverse, and we love all the exciting things that can happen when you live in a small zoo. Included in my family are five dogs (two more Griffs, although Pearlie Blue is really a Pug-Griff I think, and Jemmie the diva; Atticus the Rottweiler aka Atticus the Bratticus, and Buddy the incredibly-old-but-still-getting-around whatever kind of dog), two cats that the peeps call Barn Cats, making them a bit more mysterious than a "regular" cat; three VERY BIG horses, and of course my two peeps, Mom an Dad. I love being a little Griff in a big world. Everyday is an adventure and my job is to find the usual things and make them unusual. Never a problem! I'll be sure to let you know whenever I find something new and exciting.
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One Response to No Greater Foe

  1. Bassas Blog says:

    Hahahahaha! Be careful – wear very dark sunglasses – Maglights can turn light into day!

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