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tomato dog

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I have a big dog. I also have many tomatoes from the garden. What a wonderful sight to see a dog covered with tomatoes! Wrap wires around the stems of the tomatoes and connect them to the dog's fur, sort of like christmas tree orniments mixed with earrings tied to the dog's body.
Crackpot, Sep 09 2007

Tomato dog http://www.cafepres...23/opt_/fpt_/c_666/
[normzone, Sep 09 2007]

Makes ya an offer ya can'ts woofuse. http://doo.nomoreta...com/gear/tomato.htm
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 09 2007]

Not one of these, then. http://www.cornicho.../Portillo%20dog.jpg
[egbert, Sep 10 2007]

Tomato frog. http://images.wildm...mato%20frog%201.jpg
[bungston, Sep 14 2007]


       Simply ridiculous.
shinobi, Sep 09 2007

       Well, with both dog and tomatoes, you can surely do some field research here. And post the photos.
DrCurry, Sep 09 2007

       So, like a sausage dog for vegetarians.
marklar, Sep 09 2007

       if you'd ever had a dog, you'd know they do an awful lot of rolling over...
po, Sep 09 2007

       Tomato juice and vinegar are used on a dog when one has been sprayed by a skunk. Maybe if this had a practical application similar to that, I could think of voting for this idea, but otherwise, I don't think that it's very *dog-friendly*.
xandram, Sep 09 2007

evilpenguin, Sep 10 2007

       I suspect this would happen automatically if a squirrel ran through the tomato patch while the dog was out.
Galbinus_Caeli, Sep 10 2007

       i knew a rottweiler who adored tomatoes. every few days in summer his owner would take him out to the garden and let him pick out his own tomato. he was very choosey. i think he would have liked this idea... minus the wires. so, a plus for getting gordo his tomatoes. minus for putting dangerous wires on a dog. neutral.
k_sra, Sep 10 2007

       Good name for a dog though.
skinflaps, Sep 10 2007

       it was appropriate in his case as well. also, he had a little eye problem so he always thought there was a fly buzzing around his head and he could often be seen licking the air in an attempt to eat it.
k_sra, Sep 10 2007

       aww, mine used to like to pick raspberries...
po, Sep 10 2007

       Ours picks cat turds.
Galbinus_Caeli, Sep 10 2007

       I suppose, now, that if you needed a tomato you could just whistle.
adjective, Sep 10 2007

       One of my dogs ate salad, as long as there was some yummy kind of dressing on it. Another one picked porcupine quills...
xandram, Sep 10 2007

       It would be funny to [m-f-d] this for "recipe", but I won't...
globaltourniquet, Sep 10 2007

       how often should i water my tomato dog? i have been having trouble planting him, as every time i put his paws into the holes i dug he wriggles away.
benfrost, Sep 11 2007

       //...every time i put his paws into the holes i dug he wriggles away.//   

       Dig deeper.
Noexit, Sep 12 2007

       Then throw the author in.
RayfordSteele, Sep 12 2007

       Obligatory WIFRT - I thought it was going to be about a meat-free substitute for wieners.   

       If you think this idea might cause problems for your dog when it rolls over, consider what the tomatoes would have to go through. Shall we report this to the SPCF or the SPCV? (I can never remember whether the tomato is a fruit or a vegetable)
Canuck, Sep 14 2007

       my dog has no nose.
benfrost, Sep 14 2007

       My wife's gone to the Caribbean.
jtp, Sep 14 2007

       //My dog freaks out enough when I put a sweater on her in the winter//   

       Please, [21], tell me you're joking...
jtp, Sep 14 2007

       Ha Ha Ha to this idea.
The Kat, Sep 15 2007

       You would say that.
jtp, Sep 15 2007

       While aesthetically pleasing, this would even better if the tomatoes could be launched, either all at once, or individually.
ldischler, Sep 15 2007


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