Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Research proves dogs can't eat french fries in bites
Tonight as the boys and I were attempting to take photos of Kahlua appearing to smoke a cigarette, we discovered that dogs are physically incapable of taking individual bites of a french fry. They think that if they don't eat the whole thing in one bite, that you won't give them a second bite.
This was based on a sample of only one dog, but we repeated the experiment with multiple french fries, and each time we got the same result.
The findings were eerily consistent with the time at the park when we tried to feed her one bite of a hot dog. She got the hot dog and wouldn't let it go until she had the whole thing in her mouth.
Another victory for science.