Friday, February 03, 2017

Kinneared!

Hello, everyone.  It's me, Cam.  The other morning while we were out on our walk, it would seem that the paparazzi (or is that "pup-arazzi"?) kinneared Maggie and me!
From the Urban Dictionary:  Kinnear - To surreptitiously photograph a celebrity or person of interest because you are too nervous or respectful of their privacy to ask for a photo.
Let's take a look:

IMG_8259CamKinneared
Me, clearly caught off-guard
IMG_8251MagsKinneared
Mags in a candid moment

I'm not sure people use the term "kinneared" any more, but it seemed to fit here.  Especially because there is an element of respect in the term.  The paparazzi ARE everywhere, though!

Cammie!

11 comments:

  1. It fits perfect!
    Lily & Edward

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  2. That is a $10.00 word and you get an A for using it in a sentence
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  3. You two make beautiful models! AT least there is no snow on the ground-you can have ours if you'd like!
    Wags,
    Noreen and Hunter

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  4. Next time you go for a walk, don't forget to take a pen - you'll have to sign autographs !

    Inca xx

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  5. You just have to expect that to happen when you are as stunning as you two are!!!

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  6. You are RIGHT... we have ALL been Kinneared... AND Photo Bombed... Can those words be used Together????????

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  7. They ARE everywhere. But with such gorgeous ladies, can you blame them??

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  8. So we're thinking that means there were no Zuke's or Mother Hubbard rewards for these pupparazzi shots?? We don't think we like being kinneared!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  9. We can tell you were kinneared because you're looking directly at the camera! :)

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  10. The plague of the pupparazi is the burden we glamorous pups must bear! I like your candid shot, though.

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  11. Wow, those are cute shots full of personality...was the photographer lying in wait on the sidewalk to get such a great angle?

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