Hello everyone! Reporter Pei Bolo here for the Nose Report. (Daddy missed having the Nose Report on Tuesday, so here we are.) Today we have some of the world's most famous noses. I'd like to thank our guests for coming on, I know they have busy schedules.
Our first guest today is the River Hippopotamus. These guys are vegetarian, but they're also one of the most dangerous creatures in Africa, so be careful when you go nose kissing.
Our next guest is the African Elephant. You can tell it's an African Elephant because it's ears are shaped like Africa. That's what my Mom says anyway and I trust her. Now this guys has a GREAT nose. Even our littlest friends will be able to kiss that. He could even give Nose Cuddles! Doesn't that sound like the best of both worlds?
Meet the Mandarill. They have colourfull noses. This one look sad though, he must know we're coming to the end of the nose report. I have to start getting the DWB Noses in order apparently. Anyway, he has a nice nose, definitely kissable.
And finally there's me! Wait, no, too much water to be me. So it muct be the Pygmy Hippopotamus! Dad says about the only difference between us is that Pygmy Hippo lives in the water and I try not to go near the stuff. He can have it! I'll stay dry. But look at the nose!
Phew, there I am!
So that's the Nose Report for today, this is Reporter Pei Bolo signing off!
In other news, I forgot to mention that I went to Eduardo the Snuggle Puggle's Birthday this past Saturday, Charlie Daniels nominated me for a Photo of the Month on the DWB Bone Zone, I'll have to let you know when voting begins for that; and Mommy sprayed me with water and something to make the itchies go away. It worked, but I was NOT amused. (Mom here. Baking Soda and Water to ease the itches from the allergy/hives he got. Thank you Aunt Angela for recommending it.) You can see why it took me two days to remember all the stuff I did this weekend. I was SUPER BUSY! I miss my Grandma and Grandad though. Are you coming back soon?
Sniff ya later!