Mamma calls shotgun!

Mamma Biscuit has a tendency to call shotgun before we’ve even locked the front door to the apartment—and when she does, she sure knows how to utilize the entire front seat real-estate to maximize her comfort level. Enclosed are a few photos of Mamma in the front seat of our car showcasing/falling asleep on her new pug print bag by Fuzzy Nation—a group of designers that make dog inspired messenger bags, image hand and coin bags, jewelry and full on plushy, doggie-formed bags! Their OMG Collection is practically ripe for a Harajuku girl in Tokyo with a major love for pugs! Check out their web site but be warned, that typeface they use is shockingly off point for dog products and more appropriate for a V.C. Andrews/Andrew Neiderman murder mystery book—the kind that are sold at the drug store on a metal-wire revolving rack alongside steamy romance novels!

Happy Saturday!
XOXO
The Biscuits

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7 Responses to Mamma calls shotgun!

  1. Janet says:

    OH MY GOD… I love that bag and I’m sure Mamma does to. I’m going to the website now!!!

  2. Janet says:

    That website is amazing…. those EARMUFFS!!!!!

  3. Anna @ D16 says:

    “that typeface they use is shockingly off point for dog products and more appropriate for a V.C. Andrews/Andrew Neiderman murder mystery book”

    Um, excuse me!!! My typography is WAY better than that. ;)

    That bag is a trip. I had no idea what I was looking at at first!!

    • The Biscuits says:

      LOLOL Anna, I have used similar typefaces on Andrew Neiderman’s original Mass Markets before….you know, for the really gory and bloody mysteries LOL but yes, your typography is way better than this!!! That bag was a gift from Tommy’s aunt Linda from Virginia! I wish it were big enough to be a gym bag, I would totes reprurpose it for that if I could!

  4. Ana says:

    That bottom right picture? I just died of cute.

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