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Tiki Tiki is VIP

1 Oct

Tiki Tiki seems to have his good days and his not so great days .  There are days when he wakes up and he looks like a frat boy just getting home from an all nighter, stumbling across the floor to get to his favorite bed in the kitchen and spending all day sleeping  just waking up to get a drink of water and some food.  Mind you he doesn’t seem to be in any pain what so ever.  Just very tired or hung over.  My theory is this Master is secretly having him sneak out at night and using him as his wing man.  It makes perfect sense what better wingman then Tiki Tiki? Who, male or female, would be able to resist the powers of Tiki Tiki?  Tiki tiki’s powers, of course, are used to get into places without a reservation; there isn’t a red velvet rope that can hold him back. He is always on the list. Together, Master and Tiki Tiki, are dining and wine’ing at the best restaurants in town till the wee hours of the night.

Yes it all makes perfect sense now. This is what is going on that’s why some days he seems so tired. I’ll have to set down a couple of rules with Master

  1. Don’t keep him out to late.
  2. Only 2 times per week
  3.  Bring back a doggy bag.


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My iPhone 4 Affair Part1

6 Aug

Now that I’ve spent some quality time with the iPhone 4 I’m still not sure if I completely love it or not.

The overall sleek look is awesome! Well that is if you can tell that it’s an iPhone 4! I’m so paranoid about scratching it that I have a super ugly, ill-fitting plastic cover from the iPhone 3G on it.  It’s one of those pet peeves of mine!  I never like to remove the nice protective plastic film that wraps most new electronics.  I prefer to use electronic devises with the factory protective film on it. Suffice it to say, my new iPhone not only has the protective film on the front and the back, but the 3G cover as well! Like using two condoms at once one might say. Better safe than sorry!  Huh, Master likes to use his bare! No protection at all!!  (O.o)! So, in reality, I really can’t enjoy the sleek new design and most people can’t even tell it’s the new iPhone 4! So much for bragging rights! I had my iphone4 before most…. Beyoootch! Maybe once I get the bumper others can see how cool I am.

The camera on the iPhone 4 is a huge upgrade.  It is much much better than the camera on the 3G. The most notable feature, aside from it now being 5 megapixel resolution, is that there is much less shutter lag when taking shots. This comes in handy since the doggies won’t pose for me and I can more effectively sneak taking pictures of all the random weird people at Costco.  The pictures seem much prettier.  I’m not sure if it’s because of the camera or the new display, which now features more pixels than your eyes, can register on the screen, making everything sharper and clearer.  The other super cool feature is the high definition videos one can take on the go! It’s simply amazing! I remember the first VHS camcorders that were thousands of dollars and the size of full movie cameras back in the day. Now it all fits in your pocket and I can now take endless cute videos of Tiki Tiki and the rest of the gang with my phone!

I get bored easily. Really easily… some might say I have ADD. Ohh! I just remembered a killer muffin receipe! Darn there I ago again off track… you see!!! So, because I’m a woman with the ability to multitask, I think it is great to be able to listen to Pandora while checking my e-mail or surfing the Internet.  Much like a monogamous relationship, who wants to do just one thing at a time anyways!

To be continued……

Tiki Tiki Sleeping……

28 Jul
Sharing the joys of having Tiki Tiki.

The CIA & A Korean Hangover

26 Jul

It’s Monday once again and I’m sure you’re all SOOOOOO very anxious to find out what I did this weekend! What shenanigans did I get myself into? What adventures did I go on? Let’s see what did I do? Saturday I went on a very dangerous task at Costco to purchase some needed items. Just finding a parking space on the weekend at Costco is an adventure in itself. I won’tsay what was purchased because that’s not important, nor very interesting! What was important was that I taste as MANY free samples they give out as possible! It has become very difficult to navigate through the gaggle of shoppers lined up for freebies. It is even more difficult to disguise yourself, on the fly at Costco, so you can get more than one sample from the same sample stand! Needless to say, I am a wonder with hats and other clothing items they sell at Costco, the CIA would be impressed! All I need to bring with me is a fake mustache from now on! I think the sausage vendor is getting suspicious! Once I felt I had accomplished my mission, I returned to the office, and like the lazy bum that I am, had really nothing else to do. I grabbed my usual jug of ice and sat outside with my entourage of doggies. Master and I tried to get them all in one picture but somehow when he said “cheese” they thought it was a treat and would run to find “cheese”. I think we got 9 out of 10 in the picture not bad if I say so myself.  

Now dinner that’s where things get fun and interesting! Master suggested, in his infinite wisdom, to go to an all you can eat Korean BBQ! I’m not one to say no to a free dinner, so off we went! Have you ever been? If not, I’ll walk you through it! First, and oh so so so very important, you make sure to bring an appetite. Not a regular appetite, I’m talking about the industrial strength, haven’t eaten for days, last meal of your soon to end life kind of appetite. Once seated at your table, you are brought a bowl of soup and all sorts of side dishes called “banchan” in korean. This includes: kimchi (a traditional Korean dish, made of fermented vegetables with varied seasonings), Kongnamul (Cold boiled bean sprouts with sesame-oil), Japchae ( glass noodles accompanied with a variety of vegetables and beef in a slightly-sweet garlic sauce), Pickled seaweed (Self explanatory), Korean-style potato salad (made with apples and carrots). Along with all these side dishes they also give various salty, pungent, tangy, and spicy dipping sauces, a very crisp and lively salad, rice paper and a bowl of steamed rice. Oh let’s not forget the GINORMOSE plate full of raw meat! (do I hear angels singing Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh in the background?) The meat consists of paper thin slices of brisket-(my absolute favorite), Bulgogi-(Literally means “fire meat” thin slices of sirloin that is marinated with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil garlic and other ingredients), Gailbi-(generally refers to a variety of grilled dishes that is made of cross cut beef short ribs), Pork Belly-(Imagine a super thick super size piece of bacon). Once you get your meat, you cook it right there at the gas BBQ that’s built directly into your table!!! When you think that your meat supply or side dishes have diminished to dangerously low levels, you simply ring the bell and the waiter brings more of what you ask! What a perfect concept!  

 All you can eat Korean BBQ is not for the week of heart or for amateurs! It has taken me years of training to get to my current plate count. Needles to say we stuffed ourselves silly! Master and I could both sense the amazement within the wait staff when we kept ordering plate upon plate upon plate of meaty goodness! I wonder if we broke any internal record for the amount of meat eaten in one sitting by two people. I never understood why all the waiters humbly bowed in amzement and clapped vigorously as we left? Huh! Wait a minute! Maybe we did break some sort of record! Needless to say, I ate sooooo much meat that, on Sunday, I woke up with a Korean BBQ Meat hangover (it’s a real medical symptom! Look it up!) and could do nothing all day. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!!! 
An all you can eat Korean BBQ meal is a very fun and yummy experience that everyone should try at least once.   

Getting ready to eat.