Bailie and I have these long floppys which are actually a big part of GBGV earodynamics. You may be familiar with aerodynamics which we have as well, but the earodynamics are specific to real long eared breeds. In the photo above, you can see our aerodynamics. We both have the exact same position for gaining speed with our little behinds up a bit. Mom says we look like racing wabbits which I kind of find insulting! Bailie and I spend lots of time in our yard these days playing chase and wrestle. Today I will show you some of our earodynamic positions.
You know how those gorgeous blonde models toss their hair around? In this photo, we are tossing our ears in the same fashion. Somehow it doesn’t seem to have the same type of sex appeal as human blonde tossing her hair.
Finally we have form and ears in a combination maneuver. My behind is up in acceleration form, ears are tucked away. Bailie is leaping towards me with her ears straight up to slow the eventual impact.
Ears are really free spirits, unlike tails which can be steered. Our ears get into all kinds of mischief we have no control of, but we love our long floppys. Do you have mischievous ears? ***Disclaimer: This is all based on my own knowledge. Earodynamics are pretty secretive in the long ear community and further information will not be found except under the disguise of some online music company that wishes it had long floppys. You can either believe me or not – it is Monday Mischief after all.