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Some of us try very hard to be good every day, but His Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey believes in embracing delinquency.
His Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey has long enjoyed his bad boy image. When caught red-pawed, he shrugs. Why be good when being bad is so much fun?
The above image is a classic example. The label just above the Little Curmudgeon’s head identifies the owner of the crate. It doesn’t say Typhoon. It reads Roscoe. After every meal, when the doors are opened, Typhoon leaves his crate—where he has his very own water—and walks into Roscoe’s crate to drink. Why? Because he can.
P.S. – In that last photo, Hu-Dad suggested it was time to go inside. Is the reply clear?
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