Thursday, January 11, 2007

Marmaduke's owner-man changes the plot of a fairy tale to appeal more to the interests of his dog. Marmaduke's owner-girl calls her father out on his revisions, perturbed that he cares more about pleasing Marmaduke than his own child. In Owner-Man's defense, Owner-Girl is infinitely less likely and/or able to maim Owner-Man if she is upset about something trivial and arbitrary.