They Call Him The Demon Dog*

26 Apr


Well, this puppy is obviously a Madridista and no matter what the video title says, that dog doesn’t “love” Lionel Messi. When you mention Messi or Busquets’ names, he growls and shows his teeth. Gotta admit it cracked me up. I’m guessing that even Cule dogs would growl at Busquets. Honestly, is there anyone out there who likes Biscuits besides Del Bosque? I am bummed that the doggie didn’t react in some way to Cris & Sese’s names. A vigorous tail wag  or say,  happily fetching  a bedazzled dog toy & then dropping it would have been a nice nod to our boys.  Anyhow, saw this on Deadspin.

– Lozil

*Post title, of course, a nod to Mr. David Bowie.

7 Responses to “They Call Him The Demon Dog*”

  1. M April 26, 2014 at 1:39 pm #

    lolol this is just so funny.

  2. Christine April 26, 2014 at 1:42 pm #

    LOL! I love it. Doggie treats on me.

    • jellyace April 26, 2014 at 11:57 pm #

      Hahaha! It’s like Demon Dog relishes the thought of gobbling up Messi!

  3. Ana April 26, 2014 at 2:55 pm #

    OMG! That is SO BRILLIANT!!! I take dogs for walks on a volunteer basis at my local animal shelter, this will be my new vocation in life! I’m gonna add Neymar and Dani Alves to the list!

  4. Meme April 26, 2014 at 11:43 pm #

    Yes there are people who love Busquets besides Del Bosque.They are his friends,family,partner,team-mates,coaching staff and cules out there who knows football enough to know he contributes positively to the way the team plays.

    • headbandsandheartbreak April 27, 2014 at 2:01 pm #

      Sigh. Obviously his family and friends love him. Sheesh. Did you miss the tongue in cheek aspect of the entire post? You know, the post where I even made fun of my own team?

      That said, I know tons of Cules – many life long die hard “my team is perfect” fans (several born & raised in Barcelona) and not one of them likes Busquets – no matter what he brings to the table football wise. Their consensus is that he’s a douchebag, straight up. The people closest to him in life obviously have more to go on than the rest of the world, but if everyone else is judging based on what he presents out there, it appears that he’s not terribly well liked by either general football OR Barcelona fans.

      You can know football plenty well and still not like or respect certain players for a variety of reasons (See “Suarez, Luis,” “Terry, John,” “Costa, Diego,” and the list goes on). I have no doubt that their mamas love them too but I don’t have to. Being able to “contribute positively” on the pitch doesn’t make you a great person or lovable. It also depends on what you mean by “contributing positively” – does that mean being a good player? (Because he is) or does it mean helping your team gain the advantage by other less savory means? (Because he also excels at that)

      You may or may not have noticed that this is a Real Madrid-centric blog. You’re not going to find a lot of love for Busquets here. If your skin is this thin, you might want to consider reading a more Barca-centric blog.

    • mygypsyspirit April 27, 2014 at 4:55 pm #

      How loose is your definition of “contributes positively?”

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