Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Interview With Bones Daily

Hello. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your overworked doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel. 

My ghostwriter has been working like crazy lately. We're very behind on many things here at The Daily Bone. She finally has a day off tomorrow to maybe catch up with our Blogville friends. As you probably know, my esteemed associate, fellow reporter, and food critic Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel crossed the Rainbow Bridge last summer, so I've been hosting The Daily Bone all by myself. I'm also maintaining vigilance by myself for our other business, The Double Doggie Homeland Security System. It seems both ghostwriter and I could use a little extra help. So I put an ad in the local paper. Today I have an interview with my first applicant. 

His name is Bones Daily. Well, that seems appropriate for our publication. 

He doesn't seem very lively …

Greetings! I'm Bones Daily! Pleased to meet you!

Hello Mr. Daily. I understand you're looking for a job in the broadcasting and security industry. 

Yes. I'm quite good at being scary. 

Do you have any recent experience? 

Yes. I hung around in front of your house on Halloween.

Well, that explains why we have so much candy left.

But I'm also looking for a food critic. Hey, do you have any yum yum doggie treats in your hand? 

Nope. I'm afraid I'm just bare bones in that department!

What about humor? We always like to add a little humor to The Daily Bone. 

Skeleton jokes? I've got a million of them!

Well, what do you say? Do I get the job?

Well, I have to admit, he is quite humerus! A lot of businesses are working with bare bones staffing these days. And if it doesn't work out, I can always use a fresh daily doggie bone. 



  1. You are a brave doggy, Chester...this pup would run away and tuck his tail!

  2. Yeah, he's kinda stale. Keep lookin fur anuther helper.


  3. BOL - great post - lots of smiles here and that is always good!!!

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

  4. The staffing where petcretary works is not humerus, either, but it sure is bare boned. Petcretary says she and her coworkers can work themselves to the bone, but its the poor feeble-boned residents who end up suffering cause they don't get any icing on their cake then...sigh...

    Her and I got a good funny-boned giggle from this post, Chester! Did you hire him?? You might want to consider that he might need to eat all your noms and treats to flesh himself put a bit...else he will rattle too much, BOL!!

  5. BOL! We think he would be the perfect to your "Daily Bone" blog posts.

  6. You could have a bone daily until he is gone - just sayin!
    Mr Bailey, hazel & mabel

  7. BOL!! I say give him a chance!
    Your Furend
    Louis Dog Armstrong

  8. TeeHeeHee...quite humerus...TeeHeeHee. Maybe he can just fill in temporarily, until a permanent replacement can be found??
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  9. BOL! Oh dude, I don't knows.....well, at least you know he won't eats your biscuits!
    Ruby ♥

  10. Crikey Chester ..... nothing's changed with you since I've been missing in action, aye?? Still as humerus as ever!! You're sure looking good. All the hard work is doing you the world of good. Crikey I've missed you. I hope there's lots of snow for you this winter.

  11. MOL MOL MOL MOL Chester we are rolling on the'em bones, de'em bones, de'em silly bones. GW might is working hard in the mental department too this is so funny. OMCs.

    Oh and may I say I love that first photo of you with the tuft of furs hanging over your left eye. It makes you look like you are really working hard or hardly working.
    Hugs and thanks for the MOL/LOL
    Madi and mom