Schultz, our hundred pound German Shepherd, had a romp with the oh-so-famous cartoon character, Sponge Bob Square Pants. And it didn't go so well for the sponge guy. Let me tell you about it.
My kids inflated a Sponge Bob Square Pants punching balloon - a huge yellow thing with Sponge Bob's trademark smiling face and buck teeth. They proceeded to punch the heck out of it. Schultz heard the commotion and came in to investigate. Of course he wanted a piece of the action.
He jumped on that thing, causing the kids to release it and run away. It was all Schultz's after that! He chased it with his mouth wide open, ready to sink his fangs into Sponge Bob if he caught him. Sponge Bob ran for his life, bouncing against tables and walls. This went on for almost ten minutes. Finally, Schultz cornered the big yellow thing. He pounced and took a bite out of Sponge Bob's eyeball.
Let's just say after that, SpongeBob was no more. And Schultz, after recovering from a minor heart attack, decided that large yellow punching balloons were not exactly the best toys to play with!
SpongeBob got what was coming to him!
Schultz deserves his own blog.
Yes, he does. Too bad Mama is too busy to let him do it! ;)Delete
haha must have been quite the shock to the poor guy went he boom cameReplyDelete
A shock it was!Delete
LOL Poor dog! Glad he has recovered. :)ReplyDelete
I don't think Schultz will be playing with balloons anytime soon!Delete
I've never seen Sponge Bob's show, but I've heard he's obnoxious. You go, Schultz.ReplyDelete
Sponge Bob is extremely obnoxious! Schultz just did the world a favor.Delete
poor Schultz, in this case curiosity almost killed not a cat but a dogReplyDelete
I guess Schultz, like a cat, has nine lives!Delete
It must have been quite an entertaining display!ReplyDelete
I'm not sure if I feel more sorry for Sponge Bob or Schultz...
Definitely be sorry for Schultz. Sponge Bob deserved it! ;0)Delete
Oh, bless his heart! What a shock that must have been!ReplyDelete
A shock for all of us!Delete
Great story! The dog saved your kids from that soaked up intruder!ReplyDelete
The eyeball?! What a cruel way to go!ReplyDelete
I had to wonder why Schultz chose the eyeball!Delete
Hope the camera was running:)ReplyDelete
No, it wasn't. I really need to have a camera attached to me at all times to catch some of these things!Delete
*LOL* That is an internet video just waiting to happen!ReplyDelete
It would have been pretty funny to see!Delete
Oh, that's hilarious. Poor Schultz. Too bad you didn't take a video of his misadventure, because that could've been a real contender on "Funniest Home Videos."ReplyDelete
I'm sure it would have!Delete
What an eye-popping situation. What a visual I just had. Thanks for the chuckle, Sherry.ReplyDelete
Ha! An eye-popping situation. I like that!Delete
Spongebob should have stayed in the seaReplyDelete
For sure! Sponges belong in the water - not on land!Delete
I hope Schultz doesn't have any doggie nightmares of big yellow laughing sponges coming to attack. ; )ReplyDelete
That would be awful!Delete
That must have been worth watching. I hope the children have forgiven Schultz.ReplyDelete
Oh my god, I love the Schultz stories :) Poor guy!! Hilarious.ReplyDelete
It was quite a startling experience!Delete
Smart dog. :)ReplyDelete
He is certainly curious!Delete
Oh! Poor Sponge Bob! (And poor kids!)ReplyDelete
Sponge Bob had the worst of the deal!Delete
OMG! Poor dog.ReplyDelete
It certainly startled him!Delete
I can hear that boom from here. I'm sure he won't do that again.ReplyDelete
I hope not!Delete
What a pity for Sponge Bob and the urchins. I'll bet Schultz will remember that experience!ReplyDelete
I'm sure he will!Delete
Hi, Sherry! I hope you will stop by to claim the award I have nominated you for. Have an AWESOME day!ReplyDelete
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Thanks! I'll check it out!Delete