In celebration of our 100th follower to this blog (in much less time, we should add), we’ve contacted Dr. A. Corgi, PhD with another corgi related math problem: how many corgis would it take to span the Golden Gate Bridge.
After doing some research, he concluded that the average corgi is 16.8” long, from their shoulders to their base of their tail. Placing those corgis from chest to butt, it would take…
6,415 corgis! That’s a bigger population than Tombstone, Arizona!
This corgi doesn’t care if its a squid. He still wants to be called Ishmael.
Meet U2’s new singer.
These corgis are excited for their road trip. To IKEA.
This tumblr ain’t big enough fer the two of us
Put this dog on a baseball team and he’ll be about as American as apple pie! (oh, get him some of that too)
Corgi be planking
To celebrate this blog reaching 50 followers, we asked a leading expert in corgi-related math how many corgis you would get if you ordered 1 ton (or 2,000lbs) of corgis.
According to Dr. A. Corgi, PhD, the average weight of a healthy, full grown corgi between both breeds is 28.54lbs
So if you ordered one ton of corgis, you would get….
70 corgis! That’s enough love to give you a heart attack.
A performance art piece titled ‘Two Corgis Lying Back-to-Back While On Top of Carpet With Geometric Pattern.
Cris Angel just stopped by