Feels Like the First Time
Aside from the Inherent Mild Amusement to be gained from watching a Corgi being vacuumed, we’d like to note the position and behavior of said Corgi’s tongue.
We grew up with dogs; we see dogs every day outside the coffehouse; our parents still have a barrel-chested Husky who will crush you with his love.
Yet not once — not once — have we ever seen a dog whose tongue flaps like a Warner Bros. cartoon. It’s like moving to Sandy Eggo and discovering Dr. Suess trees in the wild. These things exist. And once again, reality trumps imagination.