French Bulldog Can’t Figure Out How To Celebrate Bastille Day
KANSAS - Tristan, a 4 year old French Bulldog, is attempting to ring in the day of French independence, but living on a farm in Kansas has made it a difficult venture, sources indicate.
“I tried painting him Blue, White, and Red, ya know, for France,” John Stacy, Tristan’s human, stated. “But those are also the colors of America so it was just confusing. I had to keep explaining, ‘the colors are in a different order. Red-white-blue is America, blue-white-red is France.’ It ended up being more trouble than it was worth.”
Tristan didn’t think it mattered, but trusted Stacy’s judgement on the matter.
“I don’t know, I figured we could just celebrate inside so it wouldn’t matter, but I get where he’s coming from,” he commented. “John would have to explain it over and over if by chance we went out, so it’s fine. I can just pretend. I mean, I can’t see my own fur anyway, so what’s the difference! Besides, I don’t need to be painted to celebrate Bastille Day, I’m sure there’s plenty of other ways to celebrate… I’m not sure what they are, but hopefully John knows something.”
Tristan and Stacy eventually agreed to just watch the World Cup, and maybe eat a Croissanwich to get in the spirit.
“Viva La Tristan!”
Article by Seth Goodtime - @SethGoodtime