Thursday, March 05, 2009


You know, you give this kid a little bit of mesh and he's gonna rock it like no other beagle. Over the last couple of weeks, I'll be the first to point out that my boy's put on a little weight. Three to five pounds to be exact. It comes from limited access to the yard, a number of sleep-inducing antibiotics and a relatively unchanged diet (dude's gotta eat, y'know).
I seriously feel, though, where he's put on the pounds and lost his beautiful figure (don't worry, he's soon to be on the way back in a big way), he's more than made up for it in his fashion sense. It's really all he has to fall back on at this point. To keep him from irritating his gash, the doc gave him a body sleeve to rock. I tell you what, dude just holds it down.
Here, Tux models it as "Tucker the Tank." It's basically a muscle shirt. His stocky frame looks fantastic in it, I must say. This form-fitting mesh serves two purposes where it protects his laceration, but also excentuates his muscular frame. Again, he's more a retired Jose Canseco right now with a little bit of fatty steak and alcohol weight, but we'll get him back. So this is one look.

Then, when Tucker is feeling a little sexy and wants to get a little freaky, he shakes the mesh down around his cleavage (yeah, you better believe it, dude is col' packing right now) and shows off his "who-taught-you-to-dress-like-that?" side. He's an artist in that way. We liken it to Jennifer Beals in Flashdance.Stitches set to come out sometime this weekend. Who knows? He's gotta stop picking at it before we can do anything.


sarahsmile3 said...

When it comes to unwanted pounds, remember this - if you can't lose it,decorate it.

I once read that on a cocktail napkin.

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