Monday, July 13, 2009
I sniffed out an interesting truth at the dog park.
One of the most lucrative professions in the human world is the cosmetic surgeon. Even a second rate cosmetic surgeon will make millions each year as humans strive to find a way to cover perceived imperfections.
Conversly, the lowest paid profession is cosmetic surgery for dogs.
What is such a person supposed to do?
How can one improve on the chiseled visage of a dog's mug?
How can one improve on the perfection of nature?
PS: Of course, us dogs have never really understood the concept of cosmetic surgery. At the dog park there is a poodle whose human works in the business. One day the poodle brought a big pile of before and after pictures.
It was unamimous. Us dogs, we all preferred the before shots.
Posted by y-intercept at 6:06 PM