December 16, 2011

DOG INVITES SODA CLAUS TO DECORATE HOME


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  1. THIS IS INCREDIBLE THANK YOU

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  2. Also, I rode the subway with a dog this morning but I didn't even realize it until I looked down and saw that there was a dog and realized it was a dog.

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  3. Also, do dogs have homes? Is this realistic?

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  4. That's not Santa Claus.

    It looks like yet another True Soda stooge.

    I'm detecting a trend here.

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  5. Halle + ('t' x 2):

    Yes I know the parenthesis were redundant. I know order of operations like Gamzu knows swimming!

    The headline clearly says "Soda Claus," not "Santa Claus" or even "Santa Clause," which was a hilarious Tim Allen movie wherein he plays Santa Claus due to a clause (get it?!?!) in a contract.

    Moochoo you and that subway were very lucky. I myself enjoy the meatball sub. Others prefer Italian. I say they are racist.

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  6. I guess I never realized that about the Tim Allen movie.

    I think that is why True American Dog is such a great site. I learn something almost every day.

    I wonder if people would like a "Halloween Clause" movie where Tim Allen is followed home by a vampire who is available for hire for entertainment purposes.

    HILARITY ENSUES!


    As far as Soda Clause is concerned:

    ABS OF STEEL!!!!!!!

    As for those of you who are always disrespecting True Soda, look at the motto at the top of old "can head".

    Give Live Love

    I think that says it all.

    Merry soda to all! May 1,000 vampire perform at your bar mitzvah and follow each of your guests home.

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  7. That's not the real Soda Claus. He has a fake straw.

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  8. Meve: just 'cause my statement was "That's not Santa Clause" doesn't mean I didn't read the title carefully.

    Although I didn't.

    If I were an Internet Detective I would be inclined to say "The game(zu) is afoot!" at this point.

    I am in a part of the world where it is impossible to celebrate Christmas and many of the other popular Winter holidays, but I wish you all Happy Holidays nonetheless.

    Enjoy your fried Tuna and poached albatross or whatever it is that people still celebrate with.

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  9. Every aspect of this image makes total sense except for the 3D glasses that is confusing

    ~!!!~

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  10. I have abs of steel too but, I'm a lot more special than fake santa with a soda breathing gun!!!!

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  11. Informal Poll: Which is better, Dogs or Cats?

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  13. Sorry my href didn't work on the last posy and I know Gamzu would come down heavy on me.

    What I started to say was:

    In my family we have a holiday tradition of giving citrus for the holidays. If you are looking for a delicious citrus gift package, click her and order my

    ULTIMATE FAN BLOOD ORANGES HOLIDAY CITRUS SPECTACULAR!!!!

    A percentage of proceeds will be donated to whatever charity you are thinking about when you purchase + you do not need to include a shipping address!

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  14. Here is your Christmas card.
    It is all you are getting from me.

    So.....Whatever

    Click on this href to see your card

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  15. Vampire Rick? More like Macaulay Culkin as Richie Rich...always trying way to hard to impress the other kids.

    So what it's it "Rich" do you or don't you have a McDonalds in your house?

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  16. Hey I am just a big admirer of your talent of photo editing simply..It just makes me smile big big bigger every time...just love the concept of Soda Claus in Christmas season...Great Fun!!

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  17. This is really an art photo and I like it so much....I just praise your idea so much of introducing a Soda Claus..this is really funny and made me smile bigger.. :D

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  18. Really a fun advertise to promote the soda...the editing was done perfectly to make someone smile more bigger indeed!

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