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♫ Happy HAPPY Joy Joy JOY!

In Cartoons, Children's Literacy, Dog Friendly Resturants, K-12 Education, Popular Culture, Thats' Life, Tv Show Theme Songs on March 24, 2011 at 9:00 AM
Happy Happy Joy Joy 0:45 John Kricfalusi & Chris Reccardi 2 10/21/2009 5:17 PM

♫ Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy
Happy Happy Joy Joy Joy

Now I know most of you, as a general practice, are not out and about after eight o’clock on a school night. Me, neither! But She almost NEVER turns down an opportunity to fraternize with fellow dog fanciers, so Tuesday night she made an exception and took me with Her to “Yappy” hour.

Okay. So what’s a “Yappy” hour you ask? Well, People sometimes like to get together after work to laugh and joke and unwind with each other  over drinks before they head home. They call this “Happy Hour.” “Yappy” Hour means they get to laugh and joke and unwind with each other over drinks in places that allow their dogs as well.

doggy menuThese dog friendly stores, parks, beaches, hotels and restaurants allow People to come in, shop, vacation and enjoy their dogs in public or in the company of their anipals. Some really fortunate People even work in dog friendly offices. Imagine! There are People who can bring their dogs to work with themYippee!!  Bark about joy!

This  restaurant even has a separate canine menu just for dogs.  I had the Hound Dog Heaven, a plate of ground hamburger. Yum mee!

The doggie diners were all friendly, well behaved, canine good citizens and their People were, too! Yappy Hour is also a fun and clever way to raise money fur animal charities or other events, certainly a bit more fun and palpable than the Sarah McLachlan, disgust and aw ads. Or the ubiquitous, angry shame and whine fests.

I had a FANTASTIC time! I met some really fun People and some great dogs! Sniff out a Yappy Hour in your neighborhood!

Goodwill Energies I direct
Toward each and every one of you
Each and every day!

“And there came to be evening and there came to be morning”



That’s life today!


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