Right, before we get started, I just want to say, I really, really, really wish Steve Jobs was still alive.
So I could take the guy to a field and slap him about the head and face. For about an hour.
Having called by Greystones’ grooviest dog grooming gulag, Vanity Fur, for a video chat with its lovely founder Maria, we were deep into our witty, insightful and – let’s be honest here – highly flirtatious tête-à-tête when my beloved iPhone thought an incoming call might just be life-changing. And so, Apple cut our conversation stone dead.
Sun over beach!
I don’t care if I later found out flight mode negates such nonsense. Maria and I had gone deep, cajoling, laughing, exploring, bonding, and just as the very meaning of life itself – well, a dog’s life, anyway – was within our reach, Steve Jobs reckoned getting a call about putting all the Guide’s Easter camp recommendations together was far more important. Than enlightenment.
Not that Maria and I – and Grumpy Cat’s brother by another mother, Zoe (Bonniewas being too boisterous to join us today) – didn’t have a grand old time.
It’s just that, you know, we could have done with a teensy-weensy bit more time. Something, I’m sure, Steve Jobs can appreciate…
You can find out more about Vanity Fur right here.
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