Because have you ever seen a dog (or a bench for that matter) pass a vision test?
Piper scoffs at a simple airplane contest and blows some scrub kids and their teachers away with a paper helicopter.
Through science, Piper has created her most evil creation yet, George Cloney.
Since the Vatican’s announcement, Piper, a dog of the people, wonders why there hasn’t been an American pope and has started her campaign for the prestigious position.
Who else could you count on to continue the months long tradition of tweeting as Pope and to start a zombie-language apocalypse using Latin?
Piper’s New Year Resolution is to build a time machine because she thinks she would make a great Four’s Company cast member.
As some people say, today is National Hamburger Day, so Piper enjoys a small appetizer before she hears any news of the end* of the world on her transistor radio.
Piper meets her rival digitally on the battlefield that is Park Bench in what some are referring to as the war to end all wars because it only involves cuteness.
While The Walking Dead is taking a break, Piper polishes her targeting skills so she can be ready to save Daryl from the town.
In an effort to play the longest game of frisbee, Piper hopes to catch the Voyager 1 disc before it floats beyond our solar system.