The Practical Side Of Poodleology

If you’re like most people, you are probably asking yourself, “What can Poodleology do for me in my everyday life? Sure, it may help me at the hairdresser’s or when I’m choosing a greeting card, but how can Poodleology be applied in my day to day life?”

As a long time Poodleologist, let me start by saying that it’s pretty obvious your life sounds like a boring and sad routine repeating over and over in an endless cycle of meaningless days. Greeting cards? – ummmm that’s really thoughtful (yawn.) 

Here’s an example of Practical Poodleology in action.

Recently I was doing a little re-re-re-decorating and hanging a borrowed painting was the task du jour. I wanted this painting to be hung perfectly straight and invisibly from a slanted beam in my ceiling. As everybody who has ever worked in display will tell you, the only answer was a plumb line. Now, where did I put that old plumb line? After a three second search I realized I was going to have to improvise. I had a good string and I had a poodle. Those would do it. Easy now boring person, it wasn’t a real poodle, it was an old birthday present in the form of a poodle shaped silver charm that had a nice weight to it… from Tiffany’s actually. After establishing plumb the job was a breeze and the painting was invisibly suspended exactly where it wanted to be. That little poodle worked like a charm. Poodleology in action.

Now if I could just find that bottle of Tarnex…

Poodleology

Kier coined that term years ago. Poodleology and Poodleologists. Are you one? I am. Did you ever meet Truffle, Lord Truffle Pom Pom Von Champagne Sipper? I loved him.He was in showbusiness in his early years, then retired to the West Village. He was a very sweet poodle until Bunny put Satan in him. Poor thing, he would cower and whine if you called him, “green grilla!”

Satan can take an animal and ruin it. If you have a pet, you should be careful not to let that happen.