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2012-11-25 05:48:03 PM  
3 votes:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 03:28:00 PM  
3 votes:

Spinnyr: I dropped my fudge popsicle on the carpet and figured Jazz wouldn't mind the stray hairs. She was really 'into it' for quite a few minutes...


i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 12:19:34 PM  
3 votes:

fpr3: Our first Caturday!


j.wigflip.com
2012-11-24 09:02:14 PM  
3 votes:
Farktastique:
/Cockeye: most popular pet in the neighborhood now
//Crazy guy: still a bag of dirty dicks, but an impotent one


reneau.smugmug.com

I did that to a guy on a construction job that had a big, bad, truck with glass-pack mufflers on it.
Spot welded a metal Drum Majors whistle onto an 8 inch piece of metal stock, then shoved it up his
exhaust pipe with a broom handle. That fancy, expensive new truck sounded like a '64 VW with burned valves.
weeeeeee-eeeee-eeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeet!
All the way through the project every day!
It drove him nuts!
2012-11-24 09:55:17 AM  
3 votes:

Mrs CDK: Let's not forget the beautiful Princess Missy. She's almost all black...


j.wigflip.com
2012-11-23 02:52:48 PM  
3 votes:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-26 12:15:08 PM  
2 votes:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 10:54:08 PM  
2 votes:

lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Thank you! We can swap recipe ideas, if not actual recipes since I tend to use the "Hmmm... this sounds good" drop and slop method of cooking, especially at home. Recipes be damned, I will cook what I want to cook with what I have!

HA! That's the way I cook too! My Mom was Southern, so everything was fried or cooked with lard or bacon grease. When I was growing up, I started to experiment with spices....which she wasn't into. Salt and pepper where pretty much all there was. So even now, if I'm cooking something, I will open up a spice and smell it, and think"would this be good to add?" That's how I've always cooked....My Mom always was proud to say "I taught her all I know", but then I always added "but she didn't teach me all that I know"! God, I miss her.....


You two are killing me! I love to eat but can't cook to save my life, lol! *Drools on keyboard* at the mention of Calamari steaks. There was a little Italian restaurant in my town that made them so tender you could eat them with a plastic fork. An example of my cooking:

i773.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 10:26:04 PM  
2 votes:

Via Infinito: lilyspad: The tree is a great game we play every year. "how high up do I have to put the ornaments before Lily can reach them"? The answer is ...top! She will get up in there and knock them down no matter how high I put them....I always hear little tinkles and rattles in the middle of the night when she gets hold of one, and tosses it in the kitchen! Like I said before....this time of year, her name is usually GODAMMITLILY! Usually at 1 or 2 in the morning.... :D

Oh wow. This is going to be our first year with my kitty AND a Christmas tree... I'm thinking if I don't put any ornaments up that are breakable, we'll be okay?


I had a friend whose new wife had this cat that HATED his wooden soldier ornaments. Their first year as a couple the poor soldiers fell, one by one. Their cat would also hit the very top branches of that tree to unleash unholy terror on the invading army! There was no safe place for those poor soldier ornaments. My friend and his wife would be laying in bed and hear *smack!* as one of his ornaments hit the wall after the cat launched some sort of air attack on them. Strangely, it was only the wooden soldiers. Their little wooden apple ornaments were completely untouched, even if they were right next to one of the soldiers. The death toll was horrific. By the time Christmas rolled around it was 12 to 0, cat wins. Every last one of the ornaments a casualty in the Great Feline Yule War Against Little Wooden Soldiers. Luckily, they were not family heirlooms or anything from what I was told.

I'm not sure there is such as thing as an unbreakable anything when it comes to cats. You may be one of the lucky ones and get a cat that just wants to chill out under the tree rather than climb it or attack the ornaments. That's how my GoGo Beastie is. She's not concerned with playing with or trying to kill ornaments. She's more concerned with "hmmm... I wonder how many stairs I can get a stoopid hoomin to fall down today?" No way to know about the ornaments until you try! Just be sure to remove any ornaments if kitteh is messing with them and they present a hazard. I'm sure you knew that though. I think most people do. Good luck with your tree!

:-)
2012-11-25 05:57:42 PM  
2 votes:

micromedic: [imageshack.us image 600x444]
tigerose, I like to tempt the kitties to see how much destruction they can cause... that or checking for the level of lazy, so it isn't tied down. : )


i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 03:48:51 PM  
2 votes:

micromedic: OK! So, the tacky tree is back!!


i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 03:36:45 PM  
2 votes:

Mrs CDK: sherpa18: I'm doomed. Hahaha...I am so sorry for you sherpa....snerk ;o)


It was not nearly as bad as I expected. Of course, that could have something to do with the fact that I (carefully this time) warmed up the last of the spinach for my consumption, so that we would be equally armed. So to speak. :o)

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 11:30:55 AM  
2 votes:

Spinnyr: I dropped my fudge popsicle on the carpet and figured Jazz wouldn't mind the stray hairs.


1. NOM
2. OM NOM
3. OM NOM NOM NOM
4. Hurr
5. OH DEAR LORD! MY BRAIN IS CAVING IN!
6. Worth it!
2012-11-25 11:21:26 AM  
2 votes:
I dropped my fudge popsicle on the carpet and figured Jazz wouldn't mind the stray hairs. She was really 'into it' for quite a few minutes...
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i975.photobucket.com
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Then the brain freeze started...
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i975.photobucket.com

but, she wouldn't stop....
i975.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 08:31:40 AM  
2 votes:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 01:37:48 AM  
2 votes:
Alien:

i870.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 12:38:25 AM  
2 votes:

Meanwhile, I just want to let you all know in advance that if I am unable to return to the thread, it's Dragon's fault that I am out cold and unable to breathe. I was warming up dinner (still Thanksgiving leftovers) and unfortunately started with the vegetable. Which I left on the table while I went to finish the rest. When I returned, I discovered that the white boy had somehow opened and consumed an entire bowl of ... creamed spinach. My gas mask is in the shop, and since it is 23° and dropping, I can't open a window.

I'm doomed.

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:37:54 PM  
2 votes:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:40:34 PM  
2 votes:
www.hahastop.com
2012-11-24 10:01:35 PM  
2 votes:

John Buck 41: The rescue I adopted him from said he is Papillion. Link

Ah, thought he might be. He's a cutie. Watched the AKC Dog Show on tv last night and I was rooting for either the Great Dane or the Tibetan Terrier to win BIS.

Thanks! I think he's sorta cute, too! He just turned one last Tuesday and is very much a puppy, but the kitties seem to actually like, rather than simply tolerate, him. He's a good fit into my little zoo. Quite a change from a Chow Chow or Pit Bull Terrier! His litter mates all looked like Shih Tzus, as did his mom, so I am really not sure where he came from! There's also some Jack Russell in there, I think (that's the wonderful thing about mutts - you never really know what you get!) that sort of tempers the frailer Papillion frame and makes him utterly fearless. One of his best buddies is Lucy, a 100 pound Rottie!

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i211.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 08:06:03 PM  
2 votes:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 04:21:17 PM  
2 votes:
When I was about 15 we had finished thanksgiving and were having coffee and desert in the living room, when a friend of ours asked "shouldnt you put the the turkey away so the cat dosent get it?." Now my mothers Siamese Sheba she had for 7 years at this point didnt eat people food.

My mum said "no Sheba wont do that" as soon as my mother said that Sheba opened her eyes stood up and in one leap with claws out, went from the radiator to on top of the turkey in the middle of the table. We all just stared opened mouthed as the cat got up turned around shook her back feet at us and lept down from the table and stalked out of the room.
2012-11-24 04:15:56 PM  
2 votes:

in2it: Cute game to waste some time 

Feline related


Well...I guess I'll see you all again next week. Good bye productivity!
2012-11-24 02:26:01 PM  
2 votes:
This jaunty young felon is my rescued Siamese-mix Cockeye (super cross-eyed with impaired vision). Our HOA president issued a ban on all animals being outside of their yards sans leash this summer, directed at my furred escape artist and three or four other cats in our subdivision. He was a satchel of dirty dicks about the whole thing, though, and was incredibly unpleasant. (He barged into my home, screaming and red-faced, on two occasions. He cornered my teenage son on his way to school, threatening to trap and kill our pet. He verbally assaulted my visiting 70 year old mother and 76 year old father about the cat as well, since I rent from them, along with a few other nasty incidents.)

In response to his nastiness, I leash-trained my cat to get around the new by-laws. We parade Cockeye up and down the sidewalk in front of his home whenever he's out doing yard work, and there is not a single damn thing he can do about it. My family has developed an intense interest in Cockeye's daily constitutionals: my mother will rush in when she arrives, yelling, "That bastard is outside, get the leash!" and then spend a half an hour talking to my neighbors along the street, Cockeye happily strutting his stuff along and enjoying the spectacle.

Because people stop and exclaim whenever they see a cat walking on a leash.

/Cockeye: most popular pet in the neighborhood now
//Crazy guy: still a bag of dirty dicks, but an impotent one

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i1336.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 01:41:59 PM  
2 votes:

Uniquely Common: Vera disapproves


j.wigflip.com
2012-11-24 10:55:31 AM  
2 votes:
i210.photobucket.com

i210.photobucket.com

Here's two of my black kitties.....Igor and Trouble
2012-11-24 10:38:43 AM  
2 votes:

Snuffybud:

HE'S EATING!!! WooHoo!!!

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He's snacking on his Iams, he also ate about a third of a can of gushy food.

/stupid cat
//scared the crap outa me over the last few days

i211.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 10:15:11 AM  
2 votes:

yobbery: We've already decided that a tree is out of the question for Christmas - KITTENS!


j.wigflip.com
2012-11-24 09:51:11 AM  
2 votes:

serialsuicidebomber: If only I had a python.......


i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-23 11:23:23 PM  
2 votes:
farm9.staticflickr.com

Also, my cat is going to be in for a big surprise one day when she tries to hug someone else's cat.
2012-11-23 10:52:08 PM  
2 votes:

Mrs CDK: [faust pic]

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-22 07:55:13 PM  
2 votes:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-22 07:22:07 PM  
2 votes:
I was sitting on the porch earlier this afternoon, enjoying a stogie.
Minding my own business.
About that time, a stray cat walked up on the porch, looked at me,
wandered over towards me and then it jumped up onto my lap.

She buried her face into my whiskers, then climbed up my chest and gave me head bonks.
Then, she climbed up onto my shoulder and purred into my left ear for several minutes before
climbing back down onto my lap and inviting me to pet her.

She was so close, and the camera on my phone is so crappy that I wasn't able
to get any decent pictures to prove that it really happened. Oh well.

I got myself some actual "Furry Lovin"!

The kitteh in question...
reneau.smugmug.com
2012-11-22 06:25:23 PM  
2 votes:
This dork is pawing my arm right now trying to get attention
i45.tinypic.com
He ain't too smart, but he sure is lovable
2012-11-26 10:01:37 PM  
1 vote:

in2it: [hilarious comic strip]


i415.photobucket.com

 
/ enjoy :o)
2012-11-26 10:01:21 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-26 09:42:21 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-26 08:45:11 PM  
1 vote:

Via Infinito: ...We have a tree skirt, but it's not particularly comfy. I'll probably put one of my bathrobes under the tree for her too. Such a spoiled kitty. :)


Don't worry about how comfy the tree skirt is, IMHE, it is just the availability of actually being able to sleep on something under a tree (real or otherwise, none of my boys over the years were allowed out, except on a harness). Dragon will now demonstrate the proper position:

i415.photobucket.com

 

Good luck, and just remember that it is easier to train cats than you might think!
2012-11-26 08:31:18 PM  
1 vote:
Just because...

i445.photobucket.com
2012-11-26 07:50:54 PM  
1 vote:
Real Women her name was Gail. As in gails of laughter, gail force winds of fun.
2012-11-26 07:35:26 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-26 07:24:14 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com 
And then I get to come home to Lily! What a funny girl! She just saw a bird fly in front of the computer window, and about had a fit! Making all the "chirpy" noises....cracks me up every time!
2012-11-26 06:33:52 PM  
1 vote:

sherpa18: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: BBBB family is back online....

Which is good since I have been saving this pic of "a ferret thanksgiving" just for you guise....

[i415.photobucket.com image 640x428]


Very nice. We tried a few different things for them, but they settled for half a box of Rice Chex cereal and went completely nuts with it. They all would grab one, run across the floor to their own hidey hole, eat it, and then come back and do it again. Not sure why they do one piece at a time, but they enjoyed it to no end, making their happy noises while they were doing it.
2012-11-26 03:55:51 PM  
1 vote:
Here's Alley patiently waiting for his turkey

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Asking Mr. Pilgrim where his turkey is

i790.photobucket.com

Now it's "Where the hell is my turkey wench?"

i790.photobucket.com

And now it's turkey coma!!

i790.photobucket.com

He sprawled out in the middle of the family room floor so everyone could step over him!
2012-11-26 12:16:43 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-26 12:15:50 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-26 11:24:40 AM  
1 vote:
NotSoNiceBunny Happy Birthday to you! I hope your day is grand.

I came home for snuggles with the cat. I picked Eli up, and he bit me, while purring up a storm. Living up to his name!
2012-11-26 09:08:07 AM  
1 vote:

lilyspad: I'm off to work. I have to do the monthly statements today, so I'll be in the office all day! I'll catch up with you folks tonight! Have fun, and don't behave!!! :D


Behave? What language is that and what does it mean?

:-p
2012-11-26 08:52:46 AM  
1 vote:

gremlin1: Real Women Drink Akvavit: gremlin1: tigerose: Good Meowning! Happy Moansday. This will be the first day back frm break, so you know the kids are going to be nuts..and it is a full moon week too...good thing Eli will be home at lunch time. I will need the furryaffection!

In Pa the schools are closed today for the first day of deer season. Today is not a day to go for a walk in the woods. But have a good day at work.

Do the farmers have to paint the word "cow" on the sides of their cows during deer season? I've heard of that kind of thing before, but wasn't sure if it was a joke or not.

/city girl

I know people that go to their hunting cabins on Friday and spend the weekend playing poker, drinking beer and riding their ATV in the woods.On Monday morning they sit in the woods with a hangover and a loaded gun and wonder why they never see a deer, For those people even painting the cows wouldn't help. Although my niece has a reflector jacket for her golden retriever and keeps her close to the house for a couple of weeks. This week is crazy week for the hunters.


My sister hunts and fishes and does all that kind of thing, but she doesn't drink while she's out there. I've never understood the "loaded gun + booze = totally cool" mentality and neither has my sister. She's got a few DUI's under her belt, which makes me wonder why she still has a license, but even she has the sense not to drink and hunt (or attempt to do so).

The only hunting I do is at the grocery store. "Oh, look. It has already been killed to death, butchered and is neatly wrapped in plastic. How thoughtful!" so I really don't understand the whole thing. To each their own, though. Just don't hurt anyone else in the process of doing "your own".
2012-11-26 06:31:21 AM  
1 vote:
Good Meowning! Happy Moansday. This will be the first day back frm break, so you know the kids are going to be nuts..and it is a full moon week too...good thing Eli will be home at lunch time. I will need the furryaffection!
2012-11-26 12:18:29 AM  
1 vote:

ArmednHammered: Real Women Drink Akvavit: AlienDandelion I would love to see your cook fest! While I am none too fond of cops, I would find the sight of everyone for many city blocks running while screaming in terror as if Godzilla was emerging from the Canadian landscape (for some odd reason) incredibly amusing!

Then since the house would be destroyed, we'd get a hotel room with a kitchenette while I biatched and whined about available equipment and made everyone dinner

/including Canadian Godzilla
//everyone's gotta eat, preferably not buildings or people


This could shape up to be a really good FARK party!
I'm in Central Cali, I'll pick you up on the way to lilyspads place, LOL.
/Kitchenette my a$$, you two will get a full kitchen if I have anything to say about it!


AWESOME! I can see the next day's FARK headline already. "Chubby metal head TFette chef at FARK party burns down church in a fit of pique when quiche doesn't turn out perfectly while invoking Odin and George Carlin simultaneously. Yes, alcohol and ear skritches for kittehs were involved."

I think that would the the FARK headline to end all headlines. Like, forever, dude.

*snert*
2012-11-25 11:59:33 PM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 11:55:33 PM  
1 vote:
AlienDandelion I would love to see your cook fest! While I am none too fond of cops, I would find the sight of everyone for many city blocks running while screaming in terror as if Godzilla was emerging from the Canadian landscape (for some odd reason) incredibly amusing!

Then since the house would be destroyed, we'd get a hotel room with a kitchenette while I biatched and whined about available equipment and made everyone dinner

/including Canadian Godzilla
//everyone's gotta eat, preferably not buildings or people
2012-11-25 11:45:55 PM  
1 vote:

ArmednHammered: AlienDandelion: ArmednHammered: AlienDandelion:
HAHAH!!!!
man I will toss in my few bucks on that lotto!
we would make the news with the chaos and mayhem and destruction we would leave in our wake
/as well as tassels...oh my gods the tassels!!!
[icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com image 500x449]

Yes, the tassels would have to be the first thing to go!
/followed quickly by a few other things...


Muahhh ahh ahhh!!!
/yeah...so...I don't see anything wrong in that whatsoever
>;D
i.chzbgr.com
2012-11-25 11:40:39 PM  
1 vote:

lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Thank you! We can swap recipe ideas, if not actual recipes since I tend to use the "Hmmm... this sounds good" drop and slop method of cooking, especially at home. Recipes be damned, I will cook what I want to cook with what I have!

HA! That's the way I cook too! My Mom was Southern, so everything was fried or cooked with lard or bacon grease. When I was growing up, I started to experiment with spices....which she wasn't into. Salt and pepper where pretty much all there was. So even now, if I'm cooking something, I will open up a spice and smell it, and think"would this be good to add?" That's how I've always cooked....My Mom always was proud to say "I taught her all I know", but then I always added "but she didn't teach me all that I know"! God, I miss her.....


I credit a Southern Lady from Oklahoma with my Grandma relearning English! When she was first dumped here, unceremoniously and without warning, by psycho uncle after her stroke, we had to hire physical therapists, speech therapists, immigration lawyers - you name it, we probably had it. It was hard on all of us and incredibly draining in so many ways. Anyway, there was an adult day care center that has since closed (sadly) that we'd take her to for an hour or so a day after she started coming around a bit, and a very nice Southern Lady was interested in my gran for some reason. Maybe she was just super friendly to the immigrant. I do not know. She was always bringing my gran things from her own heritage. She brought my gran fried green tomatoes, grits, biscuits and gravy - her and my gran just clicked somehow. My gran now has a taste for Southern food. I ain't talkin' the South of Norway, either. I learned to make fried okra very quickly. That old Okie lady is a frequent visitor to our house and my gran enjoys her company. Also, it's kind of funny when she's visiting and I go into grandma's sitting room and see two old ladies sacked out in deep sleep in recliners in front of the TV with GSN playing at ear bleed volume while I'm trying to bring them sweet tea and some nice pecan pie or something. With a cat sniffing their faces. "Hmmm. What did they eat and why didn't I get any?"

I love Southern food. It's not much different than any other regional food from anywhere else, if you think about it. Use what you have, and use it well and make it tasty! I even have the metal container of bacon grease in my fridge right now. Gran LOVES it. LOL! 

/adds bacon ends to shopping list
//running low on the grease
2012-11-25 11:04:29 PM  
1 vote:

AlienDandelion: ArmednHammered: lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Thank you! We can swap recipe ideas, if not actual recipes since I tend to use the "Hmmm... this sounds good" drop and slop method of cooking, especially at home. Recipes be damned, I will cook what I want to cook with what I have!

HA! That's the way I cook too! My Mom was Southern, so everything was fried or cooked with lard or bacon grease. When I was growing up, I started to experiment with spices....which she wasn't into. Salt and pepper where pretty much all there was. So even now, if I'm cooking something, I will open up a spice and smell it, and think"would this be good to add?" That's how I've always cooked....My Mom always was proud to say "I taught her all I know", but then I always added "but she didn't teach me all that I know"! God, I miss her.....

You two are killing me! I love to eat but can't cook to save my life, lol! *Drools on keyboard* at the mention of Calamari steaks. There was a little Italian restaurant in my town that made them so tender you could eat them with a plastic fork. An example of my cooking:

[i773.photobucket.com image 600x494]

hahahahaha!!!
oh man! you are like me!
/we would so starve together >;D


We'd have a hell of a lot of fun doing it though!
The trouble we could get into, cops and firetrucks everywhere! Children screaming, cats and dogs living together :-0 I really need to win the lottery to make this dream come true!
2012-11-25 10:59:30 PM  
1 vote:

Debby7813: John Buck 41: Real Women Drink Akvavit: John Buck 41: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Calamari is so rarely done well (as are scallops and a host of other delicate things)..

2 things--

1. I thought calamari WAS squid.
2. How do YOU pronounce scallops? Careful how you answer :)

As a Californian, raised by Norwegians, they are obviously pronounced "awesomely tasty, now gimme before I have to get pouty".

Or, if you are a linguist or something like that, like "scal-lups". So it's in two bits. Sadly, my English skills are so poor I had to clap to figure it out. "hmmmm.... scal *clap* lups *clap*".

Now we know part of the reason I cook for a living and have nearly my entire adult life. I am not the brightest bulb about too many things, but at least I can make things that make people fat, happy and full! The fat part may not be the best part, but the happy and full - definitely a good skill.

/if you're from Boston, don't let your cah go into the hahbah.
*giggles, runs away*

'Scallops' rhymes with 'ALL ups'. It most emphatically does not rhyme with the plural form of the fastest gait a horse can do, i.e., 'gallops'. Anyone who pronounces that word using the latter will be pionted at and laughed at in Maine.

Funny, that's exactly how I pronounce "scallops"; rhymes with "gallops". Must be a Maryland thing.


And the other pronounciation must be a Maine thing :)
2012-11-25 10:45:03 PM  
1 vote:
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2012-11-25 10:24:38 PM  
1 vote:

tigerose: Valnt9 ummm..mouth balls? giggle snort! I think you mean Moth balls..you do haz a tired! Hugs! From a fellow typoist!

Hope your buzy was worth it.


So there are places to get moths neutered? Must take a lot of them!
/learn something new every Caturday ;-)

i773.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 10:24:28 PM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: John Buck 41: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Calamari is so rarely done well (as are scallops and a host of other delicate things)..

2 things--

1. I thought calamari WAS squid.
2. How do YOU pronounce scallops? Careful how you answer :)

As a Californian, raised by Norwegians, they are obviously pronounced "awesomely tasty, now gimme before I have to get pouty".

Or, if you are a linguist or something like that, like "scal-lups". So it's in two bits. Sadly, my English skills are so poor I had to clap to figure it out. "hmmmm.... scal *clap* lups *clap*".

Now we know part of the reason I cook for a living and have nearly my entire adult life. I am not the brightest bulb about too many things, but at least I can make things that make people fat, happy and full! The fat part may not be the best part, but the happy and full - definitely a good skill.

/if you're from Boston, don't let your cah go into the hahbah.
*giggles, runs away*


'Scallops' rhymes with 'ALL ups'. It most emphatically does not rhyme with the plural form of the fastest gait a horse can do, i.e., 'gallops'. Anyone who pronounces that word using the latter will be pionted at and laughed at in Maine.
2012-11-25 10:14:49 PM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 10:09:54 PM  
1 vote:

spinach gunk: Also, if you use a real tree, keep an eye on the water level in case she decides that the reservoir is a new special fancy water dish just for her.


Cracker Jack did that when we used live trees. Now that we have the fake tree he just likes to curl up on the tree skirt being a fuzzy Christmas present.

What a fuzzy Christmas present might look like -

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2012-11-25 10:08:42 PM  
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John Buck 41: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Calamari is so rarely done well (as are scallops and a host of other delicate things)..

2 things--

1. I thought calamari WAS squid.
2. How do YOU pronounce scallops? Careful how you answer :)


As a Californian, raised by Norwegians, they are obviously pronounced "awesomely tasty, now gimme before I have to get pouty".

Or, if you are a linguist or something like that, like "scal-lups". So it's in two bits. Sadly, my English skills are so poor I had to clap to figure it out. "hmmmm.... scal *clap* lups *clap*".

Now we know part of the reason I cook for a living and have nearly my entire adult life. I am not the brightest bulb about too many things, but at least I can make things that make people fat, happy and full! The fat part may not be the best part, but the happy and full - definitely a good skill.

/if you're from Boston, don't let your cah go into the hahbah.
*giggles, runs away*
2012-11-25 10:05:05 PM  
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lilyspad: The tree is a great game we play every year. "how high up do I have to put the ornaments before Lily can reach them"? The answer is ...top! She will get up in there and knock them down no matter how high I put them....I always hear little tinkles and rattles in the middle of the night when she gets hold of one, and tosses it in the kitchen! Like I said before....this time of year, her name is usually GODAMMITLILY! Usually at 1 or 2 in the morning.... :D


HAhahah!!!
the last time I was at my parents farm a couple years ago I noticed this weird stick lying on the coffee table. I kept wondering why it was there until I saw what it was used for: the farm cats would come inside and after pretending to be all lazy and behaving would make a beeline for the huge christmas tree and climb it while trying to knock off as much as possible. There would be my mom - she'd grab that weird stick and knock it against the tree trunk chasing the cats and kittens out of the tree hahahaah!
I don't know who ended up knocking off and breaking more ornaments - the cats or my mom :3
2012-11-25 09:58:55 PM  
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lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit: brushed garlic infused olive oil on it

Do you make your own? I do....LOVE IT! I add rosemary to it while it sits. Delish!!!!! :D


Absolutely! Cheaper and usually much tastier! I am very lucky to have a rosemary bush in my back yard. It was here when we moved in. Unfortunately, it is very near the animal highway that seems to run through my yard, so you have to wash that stuff really, really well. I don't want any "extras" from the neighborhood kittehs in my infused anything, let alone my cooking.

I have never added rosemary to my garlic infused oil (will have to try a sample run batch of that - thanks for the idea!), but I do make a rosemary infused vinegar (I start with white wine vinegar for that) and make a very simple, but totally kickin', vinaigrette out of that and whatever else I have on hand from time to time. Especially in the summer, when I'm grilling huge chunks of beasts and even the squirrels are lurking nearby and drooling.

It's kind of funny how squirrels can be. It's like when they're slapping their little paws on the back fence they're not giving a warning at all. They're telling each other "dude, dude, DUDE! She's cooking again! At the very least we'll get some of those tasty Costco peanuts if we look cute!". They crack me up all the time with their silly shenanigans.
2012-11-25 09:27:16 PM  
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Via Infinito,
The tacky tree has taken a spill once or twice, I will post pics when I get the chance maybe next caturday. The entire tree is non breakable! I even anticipate where it can fall and it has clear sailing! You can haz Christmas tree!! Decorated!

AlienDandelion
HA!! That would be tomorrow! You're probably right! : )

sherpa,
Silver decorations, good. Tinsel BAD!!! I never understood tinsel anyway... PITA if you ask me! I'm still looking for a silver or aluminum tree... hmmmmm....
2012-11-25 09:22:35 PM  
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I have just now gotten to the end of the thread.
been busy-too busy. I haz a tired.
I have only had 1 Christmas without a cat and tree
in almost 30 years.
very simple.
tie the tree to the wall. in the corner of the room, if possible
bottom 1/3 unbreakable
and if the cat's really is a pain put a
few mouth balls in a knee hi and hang
in the tree.
Mouth balls keep cats away, too.
none of my crew has seen tinsel, either.
the tree skirt is mandatory for sleeping.
2012-11-25 09:21:28 PM  
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sherpa18: Mrs CDK: sherpa18: I'm doomed. Hahaha...I am so sorry for you sherpa....snerk ;o)

It was not nearly as bad as I expected. Of course, that could have something to do with the fact that I (carefully this time) warmed up the last of the spinach for my consumption, so that we would be equally armed. So to speak. :o)

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buwahhh ah ahaha hah hahahah!!!!
*dear gods the mental images!*
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2012-11-25 09:20:18 PM  
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lilyspad: /Born, raised and praised in SoCal
//lives in NorCal now and proud of it!

I like you....you're funny!! AND a chef to boot! :D


Thank you! We can swap recipe ideas, if not actual recipes since I tend to use the "Hmmm... this sounds good" drop and slop method of cooking, especially at home. Recipes be damned, I will cook what I want to cook with what I have!

*tiny little chef like battle cry with bottle of hot sauce in one hand*
2012-11-25 08:58:38 PM  
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The tree is a great game we play every year. "how high up do I have to put the ornaments before Lily can reach them"? The answer is ...top! She will get up in there and knock them down no matter how high I put them....I always hear little tinkles and rattles in the middle of the night when she gets hold of one, and tosses it in the kitchen! Like I said before....this time of year, her name is usually GODAMMITLILY! Usually at 1 or 2 in the morning.... :D
2012-11-25 08:30:39 PM  
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Real Women Drink Akvavit: Good Meowning! I am willing to bet I have resolved the skunk under the tool shed problem, no shovels needed. I stayed up alllll night after watching the little darling leave and boarding up the opening to his or her home. Then, I waited, moving to the porch in the wee hours and sitting silently in the dark for hours. Just as I suspected, just before dawn it returned, found its front door blocked, searched around a bit, then simply created a new entrance. Little bugger is under there right now getting its beauty sleep.

How does this resolve the problem? Easy! I told my mom this morning the new pet (ha!) had come home and convinced her that all the boarding up in the world would not help. I told her that I had seen Spot (my name for the skunk) coming from the direction of the neighbor's house. Since they have dogs, I'm guessing there's food out there and that's why Spot likes hanging out at our place. They sometimes (depending on weather) take their dogs in at night, but during the day when Spot wants to sleep, they're ALWAYS outside, so of course he/she comes over here. So, mom is going to talk to the neighbor lady who complained and explain to her that it's not "our" skunk, it is simply the result of them leaving food out, the skunk going into a food coma under our tool shed later. I'm sure my mom will handle it much better than I would, because I'd probably add a little "in your FACE" type of gloating dance in there as well.

What the offender/my new pet may look like in the daylight:
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Off to make a breakfast, get moar koffee and do a well deserved "I so know I won this one already" victory dance in the garage while smoking. 

/Spot is very cute at night while waddling around sniffing things, btw.


my mom had one as a pet when she was little. Found it as a baby and raised it. Skunker was just like a cat, followed her everywhere - and never once sprayed anyone, not even the other family pets.
Then he just up and left one day - probably off to start a family of his own.
Last...no wait...earlier this year there was a little skunker who decided that the garage and garbage room of the old apartment building I was in made a most excellent home. He never sprayed anyone but I think he got his jollies from raising his tail and chasing people out of the garage and once followed someone into the lobby hahahaha!
/used to live right above the lobby so I always got a front row seat
//I used to feed him hot banana pepper rings...hey! he liked them! >:D
2012-11-25 08:25:16 PM  
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Real Women Drink Akvavit: Calamari is so rarely done well (as are scallops and a host of other delicate things)..


2 things--

1. I thought calamari WAS squid.
2. How do YOU pronounce scallops? Careful how you answer :)
2012-11-25 08:24:54 PM  
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micromedic: tigerose, I like to tempt the kitties to see how much destruction they can cause..that or checking for the level of lazy, so it isn't tied down. : )


I have been lucky that none of my cats have ever attempted to climb the tree. Otherwise....

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/ the only concession i make for dragon is that the ornaments on the bottom branches are unbreakable, it is understood that they are fair game as cat toys
// oh, and i have to put the tree skirt down for him to sleep on
/// he has never seen tinsel
2012-11-25 08:22:07 PM  
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Eli is making his nightly rounds. He would have made a great sheriff...hiihii! Herdin mousies, running off masked bandits...kickin back in his favorite chair, feet on the desk..oh. Yeah.
2012-11-25 08:10:59 PM  
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lilyspad: Alien...I am so very sorry about all that you are having to go through (again) this weekend....I know you are frustrated. Poor thing! Wish I could jet up there and make you something special...to eat , that is! Well, after your tests too, ...oh hell! I'll just shut up now!


Hey I'm all for it!
/bring teh mens
//lots of mens...
>;D
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2012-11-25 08:00:23 PM  
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yobbery: AlienDandelion: yobbery: AlienDandelion: yobbery: Happy Thanksgiving and Caturday!

What a cat who had too much turkey might look like. (although he didn't have his yet)
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Hahaha oh Agent B :3
I keep forgetting...do you guys know what breed him and Wolf are?
/Goldfish Memory...it lies in wait...and attacks without notice..

All my cats are purebred rescue mutts. The best kind IMHO.

Another thanksgiving shot.
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This is now Wolf's favorite spot. We put a towel down between our computers so he could have somewhere to crash while we were on the PCs. As you can see it's clearly not enough space.

hahahaha!!!!
Does Wolf knock everything off willy nilly as he see fits as well? :P
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Oh yeah! He's has the grace of a monster truck and is a major space hog as well. He'll also nibble your fingers if he feels he's being shorted on attention.
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The remote is in his space in the above picture...to him is a capital offense.


hahahah!
Doesn't he feel the same way about Biscuit sometimes too? :P
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2012-11-25 07:47:28 PM  
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2012-11-25 07:38:55 PM  
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tigerose: sherpa18: Now that is scary! Careful, your apartment will be declared a biohazard....:) Ask me about the family I married into and beans....O_0


Well, since I can pretty much kiss my security deposit goodbye (thank you, Dragon), I may as well go for broke!

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/ i really, really want the recipe for the jalapeno baked beans mentioned earlier in the thread
2012-11-25 07:24:53 PM  
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tigerose: sherpa18: good to hear that Dragon is not suffering the consequences of his gluttony! One year my Mom was making Pierogi..which cheese and potato filling. She left the bowl on the table so that she could answer the phone, and when she turned around the cat had his face buried in the bowl...I'm almost afraid to tell you that we did not throw it away...just removed the obviously nommed bits! Lol! And yeah, our family was like that.


IMHO, I think that most cats have better hygiene habits than a lot of the people I have the misfortune to meet.

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/ besides, i grew up believing in the 5 second rule :o)
2012-11-25 07:02:44 PM  
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BBBB family is back online. Lost internet last week because the ferret terrorists chewed through our cable, and with work and everything else going on, didn't get it replaced until today. Junior B4, the son, celebrated his 11th b-day Wednesday, and for Thanksgiving, the mother finally got introduced to the B4 family tradition of Thanksgiving three course fondue meal. She was tentative at first, but was wiped out by the meat course, and asked later if we were making chocolate. All in all had a very nice and quiet day, and the wife was only a little put out by the fact that I did the majority of the cooking. The zoo front however, has been anything but. The baby beardies are growing fast, the ferrets are still terrorists, and the kittehs discovered the banana filled with Cosmic catnip and have gone absolutely insane. They decide to sleep all day, then rampage through the house at night with their bell collars jingling all night long. We had to get them collars, because my mom has tripped on Sake' and Scampi a couple of times at night going to the bathroom because they love to dart in front of you at night for some reason. Anyway, besides the usual animal insanity, it has been a nice quiet couple of weeks, even with me now working. I really enjoy the job, and may ask for more time here soon if things continue to go well. Below is a pic of Scampi loving the hell out of her banana.

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2012-11-25 06:52:23 PM  
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micromedic: sherpa, My thoughts exactly! We are both working Christmas and won't see each other for a good part of the whole week, so the big tree is in retirement for this year... hence the tacky tree! I'm still finishing it! AND IT SHALL BE MAGNIFICENT!!!


Don't get me wrong, I kinda like the tacky tree. It brought back memories of when I was growing up and you could get artificial trees in every color of the rainbow. Of course, when you are 5 years old and have finally gotten the hang of using the green crayon on the tree pictures in your coloring book, and then you saw those in the store, I imagine that was the look on my face.

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/ lawn, off, you know the drill :o)
2012-11-25 06:44:58 PM  
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2012-11-25 06:25:07 PM  
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tigerose: Real Women Drink Akvavit: vudutek: tigerose: the owner comes out with a regular entree size dish of goat curry, and told my kid, "I made some goat for you". How awesome was that!

Thanks for the unintentional chuckle.... ;-)

I totally did not catch that until you brought it up! That is indeed lolsome!

/was too busy pondering the idea of roasted garlic naan - should be so easy it's stupid, but yummy
//the best foods are usually the most simple foods

I did not catch it either...but..oh my, Lol!

I have a nice chinese squid recipe. Spicy. I make it for hubby's b-day, if I don't have a concert to do. The trick with calamari and scallops is that you just tease it with some boiling water..you know that old joke about waving the chicken over the soup pot? It's not quite that, but close! I make an awesome scallop marinara, which my Mom loooved, and she is not a scallop/clam fan at. all. Like many things out there, it needs to be done right, or don't bother to serve it!

And this is so far off cats, it's silly! except that one of my past cats would run you over and eat your carcass if you even slightly smelled like seafood...:0 Eli, not so much. He can't haz, makes his guts unnhappy! Poo-puddles...uck.


I love to sear my scallops. Just make sure they're well dried first, of course.

Heh! When we had seafood specials at the restaurant, I'd always joke about how upset my family would be if I showed up after work with a whole new herd of cats who had followed me home. I love well prepared seafood, but so do cats!

The GoGo Beastie will ONLY eat the Friskies seafood flavors. None of that mixed grill for her or she'll give you a look that could turn Medusa to stone. That's why I was so blown away when she started sucking down the leftover gravy and begging for more. They always surprise us, don't they?
2012-11-25 06:17:18 PM  
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johnson442: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Good Meowning! I am willing to bet I have resolved the skunk under the tool shed problem, no shovels needed. I stayed up alllll night after watching the little darling leave and boarding up the opening to his or her home. Then, I waited, moving to the porch in the wee hours and sitting silently in the dark for hours. Just as I suspected, just before dawn it returned, found its front door blocked, searched around a bit, then simply created a new entrance. Little bugger is under there right now getting its beauty sleep.

One thing you might try is to toss a few Mothballs under there (preferably while he is out). Haven't needed to do this myself, but I've heard of it from a long time back, so could be worth a try.

The down side might be that he just finds himself a new home somewhere close by, like under YOUR home!

/I regularly include a 'possum at the outside kitty dish. Lives in a hole in the yard.


We used to have a possum that would show up every night, followed by our herd of raccoons. I'd be sitting on the back patio having a cigarette, quietly contemplating something odd, and it would waddle right on up, look at me and hiss. I guess it did not see me there until it was almost on top of me.

Another time, I was out there just chillin' when I noticed several pairs of glowing eyes staring at me. Yay! Fuzzy visitors! Noooo. Not yay at all. Turned out to be a group of raccoons and a couple of them were actually growling at me. I bailed back into the house so fast.

I don't leave food out at night. One of the joys of living in the 'burbs in my part of Cali is all of the wildlife. I like 'em, I just don't always want to tangle with 'em. Since the only practical place downstairs for the GoGo Beastie's feeding station is right in front of that sliding glass door, the local wildlife can see it. I once came boppin' out of my lair, probably softly singing some heavy metal song or another because I had my MP3 player on, when I noticed GoGo was losing her mind attacking the glass door. That's when I adjusted my glance and saw a raccoon, little hand reaching up to the door handle (!!!), trying to open that door to get to the GoGo Beastie's feeding station. Bandits! Home invaders! Run! *grabs broom from garage, prepares for battle, runs back to dining room* It did run off when it knew I had seen it, but man, I didn't know they knew how to open doors. Good thing a lifetime of bad or questionable neighborhoods (before this one) means I always, always, always, keep every door in this house locked.

My mom convinced the neighbor it would be best if Spot stayed in his swingin' bachelor pad under our tool shed. She used my reasoning, the same you used as well. The skunk would simply relocate nearby. Since Spot is not likely to leave his source of easy food, which would be her back yard, that could end up being under her house. So Spot gets to stay and if one of her dogs gets skunked again, that's no one's fault but her own. But poor goggie!

/GoGo is real tough when she's protected by glass!
2012-11-25 05:31:35 PM  
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johnson442: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Good Meowning! I am willing to bet I have resolved the skunk under the tool shed problem, no shovels needed. I stayed up alllll night after watching the little darling leave and boarding up the opening to his or her home. Then, I waited, moving to the porch in the wee hours and sitting silently in the dark for hours. Just as I suspected, just before dawn it returned, found its front door blocked, searched around a bit, then simply created a new entrance. Little bugger is under there right now getting its beauty sleep.

One thing you might try is to toss a few Mothballs under there (preferably while he is out). Haven't needed to do this myself, but I've heard of it from a long time back, so could be worth a try.

The down side might be that he just finds himself a new home somewhere close by, like under YOUR home!

/I regularly include a 'possum at the outside kitty dish. Lives in a hole in the yard.


I have heard of using Irish Spring Soap too...I know that when the animal control guys came to pick up a skunk that was injured across the street, he lured it into a cage and then threw a towel over it. I'm guessing that keeps them calm?? I dunno...all I can say is getting skunk out of fur is really nasty...human..might be worse?
2012-11-25 05:19:40 PM  
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tigerose: Real Women My family would welcome you and crew with open arms and sauce pans! Lol! I looove to cook, and am always up for something new. My family eats "adventurously"...for example..my son love goat curry. We get it at the local Indian restaurant that has a lunch buffet..you could eat yourself silly there, and the naan is freshhotoffthegriddlenommmmm! One of the owners walks around with a plate and gives you refills..Awesome place! We went this Friday, and the waiter told us there wasn't any goat.(they remember him, and that he likes goat).. My kid said, that's ok...and we filled our plates. Well, about 10 mins later, the owner comes out with a regular entree size dish of goat curry, and told my kid, "I made some goat for you". How awesome was that! Needless to say he got a biiig tip!

And then we can talk about squid...:)


And we love cooking with other people! It's why so many of us gather at a friend's house for fun kitchen adventures. Her family is loaded, so she has this huge kitchen that would make a restaurant owner jealous. Plenty of room for all. The new ideas and influences are always inspiring and we have a blast. New people aren't always sure what's going on when we really get going, but they always want another invite later. I think it just takes a while for folks to get used to us, not to mention her herd of five or six cats that are always lurking nearby, hoping one of us will drop something. Which happens. A lot. Oops! *giggles*

I don't think I've ever done anything with squid other than calamari, so that would be an adventure. I'm sure there have to be some Norwegian squid recipes, I just can't recall ever having any there and probably wouldn't try it anyway considering traditional Norwegian food and its weirdness to my CalMex eating and therefore acclimated taste buds. I'll have to go through my Scandinavian cookbooks later and check.

Calamari is so rarely done well (as are scallops and a host of other delicate things). I always thought I didn't like it until a friend of mine took me to a place where it was perfect. It wasn't chewy at all. It was delicate and tender, the batter wasn't too heavy - more like a tempura, really - and the dipping sauce portions made it obvious you weren't supposed to drown your food in it, just enhance the flavor. It took me a couple of tries, but I did at least get the cooking times down. They're shockingly short. Again, just like scallops. I think we went to that place at least once a month until they closed. I had a sad when they closed. :'-(
2012-11-25 04:47:08 PM  
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tigerose: Real Women.. durn now you made me hungry! Lol! Tonight we are going to have Turkey Curry with carrot, onion,cali-flower (how do you spell that anyway!) and spuds. Ommm nom...I'm using left-over Japanese curry mix...should use up a nice bit of the leftover Turkey. Anything left over will be Minestrone Soup.


I tend to have that "I'm hungry now" effect on people. If I'm home, I'm either on the internet or playing in the kitchen. If I'm on the internet, I just might be cruising for recipes so I can get some inspiration before peering into the pantry and refrigerator. It doesn't help that some of my best friends - yes, even the Heathen, metal head types - are just like me. If a whole bunch of us were to show up at your house one day, we'd probably cook everything in it while singing heavy metal songs and random cries of "Hail Odin!", just because we could. You would not be sorry. We are a silly, rowdy bunch of aging kids, but we can cook!

I love cauliflower, but perhaps the greatest blasphemy I've ever seen in my life was a Mollie Katzen recipe (she's a vegan, from Moosewood restaurant fame, I believe) was cauliflower stuffed enchiladas. OK. I get it. Vegans don't do cheese. BUT!!! I am going to make the spicy Mexican pickled cauliflower with the cauliflower and put something proper, like cheese, in my enchiladas.

The curry sounds delish, btw. I'd use a red curry because I like spicy. The gods themselves couldn't save us if the GoGo Beastie got some of that by accident or design, though. The cops would show up to find an entire family from very elderly woman to her great grandson dead of some sort of noxious poisoning and a very large cat with a tiny "meow" looking at them. Little would they know she is still locked and loaded...

/that cat produces some foul odors sometimes
//wanted to call a HAZMAT team once
2012-11-25 04:31:51 PM  
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CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: LOL! Love the skunk pics!

I have ALWAYS wanted a "Norwegian Snow Kitty" (another name for skunks). I even did a report on the care and handling of skunks for my pet care class.

Unfortunately, the bassackward laws of our state does not allow you to have one as a pet. You can have a cat or even a ferret, but a beautiful creature that is combination of both is somehow illegal.


And now, Norwegian Snow Kitties....

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When I was in Jr High School I used to babysit for a couple who had one as a pet. Flower (of course) was simply adorable! She must have been pretty young, because she wasn't very big. She would try to scare off strangers (me) by sitting under a chair and thump her front feet like she was playing the drums! It was so danged cute to see!
2012-11-25 04:30:56 PM  
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Annnnnd I'm jumping in for a bit.
Looong night last night.
I borrowed a cat and he caught two mice last night and possibly a 3rd this morning.
He tried to share one with me last night *ugh* thanks but uhh no thanks you can haz it all.
Trying to keep myself occupied while trying to do these tests - I'm hoping the mega boatload of stress
I let myself get into last night and lack of sleep hasn't completely screwed them up - not ones I'd like to have
to redo if I can help it any time soon :/

Sorry for being such a crabby Alien :(
This was done for me by QJ - suits me pretty well.
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2012-11-25 04:07:34 PM  
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gremlin1: Gremie is getting more exersize today. I rearranged the furniture in the living room. That means he has to climb every piece of furniture and check the distance between pieces so he doesn't fall when he runs around the house. He has been doing practice runs all afternoon. He's so easily entertained. 
I can move anything except this chair it has to stay by a window or Gremie gets bent out of shape about it.
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Well, we must appease our kittehs! Or you know what will happen...gifts in the shoes..hork in the dark hallway...or at 3 am on the bedspread....:)
2012-11-25 04:06:54 PM  
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tigerose, I like to tempt the kitties to see how much destruction they can cause... that or checking for the level of lazy, so it isn't tied down. : )
2012-11-25 04:05:47 PM  
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Gremie is getting more exersize today. I rearranged the furniture in the living room. That means he has to climb every piece of furniture and check the distance between pieces so he doesn't fall when he runs around the house. He has been doing practice runs all afternoon. He's so easily entertained. 
I can move anything except this chair it has to stay by a window or Gremie gets bent out of shape about it.
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2012-11-25 03:57:57 PM  
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sherpa18: Mrs CDK: sherpa18: I'm doomed. Hahaha...I am so sorry for you sherpa....snerk ;o)

It was not nearly as bad as I expected. Of course, that could have something to do with the fact that I (carefully this time) warmed up the last of the spinach for my consumption, so that we would be equally armed. So to speak. :o)

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Now that is scary! Careful, your apartment will be declared a biohazard....:) Ask me about the family I married into and beans....O_0
2012-11-25 03:56:36 PM  
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sherpa,
My thoughts exactly! We are both working Christmas and won't see each other for a good part of the whole week, so the big tree is in retirement for this year... hence the tacky tree! I'm still finishing it! AND IT SHALL BE MAGNIFICENT!!!
2012-11-25 03:38:29 PM  
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now I want a fudge popsicle
2012-11-25 03:36:14 PM  
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2012-11-25 03:07:47 PM  
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Welcome to the house CJ!! Now.. let's see what else we can put you in...
(not to forget your insolence regarding the chair)
2012-11-25 03:00:23 PM  
1 vote:
imageshack.us
It's still my chair CJ.. just so you know...
2012-11-25 02:56:32 PM  
1 vote:
imageshack.us
OK! So, the tacky tree is back!! Who wants to make a bet on how long it will last? Oh, and it's not finished yet.. : )
2012-11-25 02:54:04 PM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 02:30:36 PM  
1 vote:

Mrs CDK: I really miss the ferts. One more pic of Munk and Faust playing hide and seek


j.wigflip.com

I think they're awesome. I've thought about getting one myself. Do they litter train?
2012-11-25 01:34:33 PM  
1 vote:

Leepj: lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit:

...snip...

The guy in electronics told her they only got two [Wii U units] - TWO! - and they were both already gone. That is just insane. Especially if they're advertising them. For pity's sake, don't do that to your employees! I know it's probably a manufacturer/distribution problem at the base of it, but then don't advertise it if you know you're not likely to get elebentygazillion of them.

yes, I totally agree with that. But the thing is...I work in a hardware store. And we have several items that we purchase (ahead of time...usually MONTHS) that are mostly hardware-related. Now if we get 50 of something....that is priced really good...most people will show up on the first day of the sale so they can get one. If a person shows up a day and a half later, and still wants that item, it's probably gonna be gone. And then they get mad at ME, because I'm the head cashier and the one up front telling them that they are gone. And I just really want to say..."maybe you should have showed up yesterday when the sale started"...but I can't. I have to be nice.... :D

I worked for many, many years in customer service (for a company manufacturing milk/cream/juice containers). I hated the period from the end of October to New Year's. I had a button that I would wear every year similar to this:

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 128x128]

You'd probably get in trouble; I could wear it with impunity as I did my customer contact via telephone.


I started in retail at 15 and it jaded me. I have a button that I never wore, but HAD to have. It says "I suppose saying fark YOU would be unprofessional?"
2012-11-25 01:20:58 PM  
1 vote:
Comments above, don't recall seeing such a spotted skunk before. Tnx CDK. Also didn't know you guys kept ferrets at one time. Speaking of which, wonder where BBBB is ...
Fail to recall whether lutefisk is Swedish or Norse. If I weren't so lazy I cd GdSearch it to see which. May do so later, then I'll know -- mayhap for all time & beyond!
A rwo-fer from the Viral grid!
i.imgur.com
So my friend heard scratching from within her apartment wall, just behind their light switch. They removed the switch expecting to see a rat or possum... This is what popped out. After pic#2 Adorable and relatively healthy!... No one still knows where it came from or how it got in there!?
i.imgur.com
Posted ~hr ago, still fewer than 100 comments. Didn't votie again, but can inabit. The Cute Are Among Us, Hiding In Strange Places!!
2012-11-25 01:02:17 PM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: LOL! Love the skunk pics!

I shall drop this new info on dear ol' Mom. I shall say, "Mom! It's heritage, not stench!"

*snert!*

NO!!!! Don't say that.That is NOT a Norwegian saying. THAT is something the French would say (especially Pepe LePew)

Ever smelled some of the "traditional" Norwegian cooking? Dude. Stench is part of the heritage. Especially things like (I think it's called, anyway) "skada" (sp?). Every time I went over there as a kid, I'd lose a good 15-20 pounds.

Heh. I think I just hit on a new diet plan. "The Norwegian Diet". Instead of paying for food delivery, you pay for airfare, lodging and your own food while there. My sister (who is fluent and knows, like, stuff and junk) will order for you at restaurants that offer "traditional" foods. And no, they may not have any lefse. Carbs, bad! Lutefisk, good! BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

She will know I'm just being ornery and poking at her, btw. My family knows I have a weird sense of humor and they tolerate me for the most part. Even my grandma would probably giggle at me poking at my mom that way.

/house full of animal lovers
//Norwegian Snow Kitty FTW!


It's that time of year again.... (*ahem*)

(to the tune of O Christmas Tree)
O, Lutefisk, O, Lutefisk!
How fragrant your aroma!

O Lutefisk, O Lutefisk!
You put me in a coma!

You smell so strong,
you look like glue.
You taste just like an overshoe,
But Lutefisk, come Christmas Day,
I guess I'll eat you anyway.
2012-11-25 12:59:32 PM  
1 vote:
Another name for skunks

0.tqn.com
images.nationalgeographic.com
2012-11-25 12:49:31 PM  
1 vote:

CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: LOL! Love the skunk pics!

I shall drop this new info on dear ol' Mom. I shall say, "Mom! It's heritage, not stench!"

*snert!*

NO!!!! Don't say that.That is NOT a Norwegian saying. THAT is something the French would say (especially Pepe LePew)


Ever smelled some of the "traditional" Norwegian cooking? Dude. Stench is part of the heritage. Especially things like (I think it's called, anyway) "skada" (sp?). Every time I went over there as a kid, I'd lose a good 15-20 pounds.

Heh. I think I just hit on a new diet plan. "The Norwegian Diet". Instead of paying for food delivery, you pay for airfare, lodging and your own food while there. My sister (who is fluent and knows, like, stuff and junk) will order for you at restaurants that offer "traditional" foods. And no, they may not have any lefse. Carbs, bad! Lutefisk, good! BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

She will know I'm just being ornery and poking at her, btw. My family knows I have a weird sense of humor and they tolerate me for the most part. Even my grandma would probably giggle at me poking at my mom that way.

/house full of animal lovers
//Norwegian Snow Kitty FTW!
2012-11-25 12:29:12 PM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: LOL! Love the skunk pics!

I shall drop this new info on dear ol' Mom. I shall say, "Mom! It's heritage, not stench!"

*snert!*


NO!!!! Don't say that.That is NOT a Norwegian saying. THAT is something the French would say (especially Pepe LePew)
2012-11-25 12:04:51 PM  
1 vote:

CooperDaKat: Real Women Drink Akvavit: LOL! Love the skunk pics!

I have ALWAYS wanted a "Norwegian Snow Kitty" (another name for skunks). I even did a report on the care and handling of skunks for my pet care class.

Unfortunately, the bassackward laws of our state does not allow you to have one as a pet. You can have a cat or even a ferret, but a beautiful creature that is combination of both is somehow illegal.


And now, Norwegian Snow Kitties....

[i384.photobucket.com image 500x375]
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I did not know that was another name for skunks! Considering my cat is a Norwegian Forest Cat (Norsk Skogkatte I think it is spelled) and my Mom and Grandma are both straight outta Norway, I shall drop this new info on dear ol' Mom. I shall say, "Mom! It's heritage, not stench!" Then I'll probably laugh myself silly while she tells me to get my California butt back in my lair unless I'm going to do something useful.

*snert!*

/Born, raised and praised in SoCal
//lives in NorCal now and proud of it!
2012-11-25 11:27:32 AM  
1 vote:
LOL! Love the skunk pics! I wish I could get a pic of Spot, but he seems to only come out at night. I can't even get a pic of my own cat, for pity's sake! Apparently my camera makes some sort of noise animals can hear but I cannot. :/

I have decided Spot is male, a deadbeat dad (I've seen baby skunks following a mama skunk up the street during one of my late night rambles before), and underneath that tool shed is his swingin' bachelor pad. Too bad you can't charge a skunk rent!
2012-11-25 10:58:24 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 10:51:43 AM  
1 vote:

Snuffybud: spinach gunk: Snuffy

The Giantcat thanks you for the LOL!


I just noticed a small detail that merits a caption:
j.wigflip.com
2012-11-25 10:47:30 AM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: What the offender/my new pet may look like in the daylight:
inotternews.com


adorkableduo.com
2012-11-25 10:44:22 AM  
1 vote:
Good Meowning! I am willing to bet I have resolved the skunk under the tool shed problem, no shovels needed. I stayed up alllll night after watching the little darling leave and boarding up the opening to his or her home. Then, I waited, moving to the porch in the wee hours and sitting silently in the dark for hours. Just as I suspected, just before dawn it returned, found its front door blocked, searched around a bit, then simply created a new entrance. Little bugger is under there right now getting its beauty sleep.

How does this resolve the problem? Easy! I told my mom this morning the new pet (ha!) had come home and convinced her that all the boarding up in the world would not help. I told her that I had seen Spot (my name for the skunk) coming from the direction of the neighbor's house. Since they have dogs, I'm guessing there's food out there and that's why Spot likes hanging out at our place. They sometimes (depending on weather) take their dogs in at night, but during the day when Spot wants to sleep, they're ALWAYS outside, so of course he/she comes over here. So, mom is going to talk to the neighbor lady who complained and explain to her that it's not "our" skunk, it is simply the result of them leaving food out, the skunk going into a food coma under our tool shed later. I'm sure my mom will handle it much better than I would, because I'd probably add a little "in your FACE" type of gloating dance in there as well.

What the offender/my new pet may look like in the daylight:
inotternews.com

Off to make a breakfast, get moar koffee and do a well deserved "I so know I won this one already" victory dance in the garage while smoking. 

/Spot is very cute at night while waddling around sniffing things, btw.
2012-11-25 10:37:14 AM  
1 vote:
Hey guys-- been, uh, really busy the last four days, so a late Happy Turkey Day. Good to see everybody, and here's my subtle last card plug...buy any? :) Anyhow, what a week! Onto the next holiday....

i.imgur.com

/man, I hate MI weather
2012-11-25 09:47:52 AM  
1 vote:
j.wigflip.com
2012-11-25 09:45:09 AM  
1 vote:

croesius: Sami...with a horrible case of bedhead:


j.wigflip.com

GoodNCrazy: We lost our dear sweet house panther to kidney failure on Wednesday. I'm thankful for the 7.5 years we shared with her.
Goodbye Meena


j.wigflip.com
2012-11-25 09:23:37 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 09:08:38 AM  
1 vote:
Fozzie was guarding the patio door this morning and started barking to let me know we had intruders in his back yard (it's the condo commons area, but since his door opens up out there, he thinks it's his). One of his buddies, Scarlett (a very large red Siberian Husky) was out there - she had seen him and laid down so her people could not walk away - with a new dog. Zeus is the first Newfoundland we've seen and he is absolutely huge! He was off leash, wearing a studded collar and not neutered. I'm guessing this is the stuff of nightmares to a lot of people - it certainly was to poor Fozzie! He had no clue what to do with this dog! Poor Zeus only wanted to be friends, but Fozzie kept cowering and crying. Hopefully he'll get used to him - his mama said they'd come back to play. One thing I learned - Newfies drool. A lot. I needed to put my robe in the wash and wipe Fozzie down. He's all sticky and is gonna need a bath!
2012-11-25 08:47:42 AM  
1 vote:

AlienDandelion: reigning.cats.and.dogs: Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!!

[i903.photobucket.com image 850x508]

yes! Fozzie sure is stinkin' cute!!
hahahah love this picture mayhem, chaos and more chaos and mayhem >;D
[www.hahastop.com image 600x553]


Hooray for Chaos, Mayhem and Debauchery!!!!
2012-11-25 08:33:34 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 08:32:18 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 08:30:56 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 07:34:55 AM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 04:53:50 AM  
1 vote:
I can explain, no I can't :|


i.imgur.com
2012-11-25 02:35:48 AM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-25 01:58:50 AM  
1 vote:

sherpa18: Meanwhile, I just want to let you all know in advance that if I am unable to return to the thread, it's Dragon's fault that I am out cold and unable to breathe. I was warming up dinner (still Thanksgiving leftovers) and unfortunately started with the vegetable. Which I left on the table while I went to finish the rest. When I returned, I discovered that the white boy had somehow opened and consumed an entire bowl of ... creamed spinach. My gas mask is in the shop, and since it is 23° and dropping, I can't open a window.

I'm doomed.
[i415.photobucket.com image 500x395]


Dragon's admirable appreciation for spinach gunk has been duly noted. ;)

Hope he (and you!) are gonna be ok during the aftermath though. Poor Dragon -- hope the tum-tum jiffy-lube will have been worth it for him. :op

i870.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 01:40:02 AM  
1 vote:

Snuffybud: My supervisors.


i870.photobucket.com
2012-11-25 01:02:43 AM  
1 vote:

sherpa18: Meanwhile, I just want to let you all know in advance that if I am unable to return to the thread, it's Dragon's fault that I am out cold and unable to breathe. I was warming up dinner (still Thanksgiving leftovers) and unfortunately started with the vegetable. Which I left on the table while I went to finish the rest. When I returned, I discovered that the white boy had somehow opened and consumed an entire bowl of ... creamed spinach. My gas mask is in the shop, and since it is 23° and dropping, I can't open a window.

I'm doomed.
[i415.photobucket.com image 500x395]


Hahahaha! My GoGo Beastie has a thing for the gravy. Nothing but the gravy. Man, what a mess that made in the litter box. Glad it's upstairs with my sister and my son and not down here with the rest of us. MUAHAHAHAHA!

I'm still the only one she tries to kill, though. That proves she loves me teh bestest!

that is how that works, right?
2012-11-25 12:20:10 AM  
1 vote:

lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit:

...snip...

The guy in electronics told her they only got two [Wii U units] - TWO! - and they were both already gone. That is just insane. Especially if they're advertising them. For pity's sake, don't do that to your employees! I know it's probably a manufacturer/distribution problem at the base of it, but then don't advertise it if you know you're not likely to get elebentygazillion of them.

yes, I totally agree with that. But the thing is...I work in a hardware store. And we have several items that we purchase (ahead of time...usually MONTHS) that are mostly hardware-related. Now if we get 50 of something....that is priced really good...most people will show up on the first day of the sale so they can get one. If a person shows up a day and a half later, and still wants that item, it's probably gonna be gone. And then they get mad at ME, because I'm the head cashier and the one up front telling them that they are gone. And I just really want to say..."maybe you should have showed up yesterday when the sale started"...but I can't. I have to be nice.... :D


I worked for many, many years in customer service (for a company manufacturing milk/cream/juice containers). I hated the period from the end of October to New Year's. I had a button that I would wear every year similar to this:

farm9.staticflickr.com

You'd probably get in trouble; I could wear it with impunity as I did my customer contact via telephone.
2012-11-25 12:16:58 AM  
1 vote:

quantum_jellyroll: sherpa18: BimboBread? What Marketing genius came up with that name? Seriously ... They're Mexican. It's pronounced "Beem-bo".

laulaja: Comment on sherpa's just above .... that Bimbo Bread is in Mexico.


Oh, I see!!

i415.photobucket.com



So they are imported Mexican Bimbos (or beem-bos). *giggle* Obviously superior to your normal, average, everyday, run of the mill bimbo. *snort*
2012-11-24 11:51:25 PM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: I hate when you have to be nice at work when someone is being, well, a total jerkface


Yeah, but the thing is...I'm really good at it! My regular customers love me....it's the people who only show up for the sales that are jerks. There is a saying in retail, but it works for other businesses as well. "We love to see ALL of our customers....sometimes it's when they come in the door, and sometimes it's when they go out". :D
2012-11-24 11:50:58 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:49:01 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:43:16 PM  
1 vote:

lilyspad: Real Women Drink Akvavit: My mom went into Kmart a few days before Black Friday to ask about a Wii-U for my son (who is a grown man, but hey, I play video games too, so...) She didn't care if they were on sale or anything, didn't even know they were advertising them, she just wanted his old Wii for her stuff. So not only have we corrupted my mother, she is willing to drop bucks to get the 32 gig version for my son and not get killed trying to get a deal. The guy in electronics told her they only got two - TWO! - and they were both already gone. That is just insane. Especially if they're advertising them. For pity's sake, don't do that to your employees! I know it's probably a manufacturer/distribution problem at the base of it, but then don't advertise it if you know you're not likely to get elebentygazillion of them.

yes, I totally agree with that. But the thing is...I work in a hardware store. And we have several items that we purchase (ahead of time...usually MONTHS) that are mostly hardware-related. Now if we get 50 of something....that is priced really good...most people will show up on the first day of the sale so they can get one. If a person shows up a day and a half later, and still wants that item, it's probably gonna be gone. And then they get mad at ME, because I'm the head cashier and the one up front telling them that they are gone. And I just really want to say..."maybe you should have showed up yesterday when the sale started"...but I can't. I have to be nice.... :D


I hate when you have to be nice at work when someone is being, well, a total jerkface. That's part of the reason I always work the back of the house. My sister was the waitress and worked the front of the house. She has this amazing ability to give it right back and people are afraid of her or are simply not expecting it, so they stfu and eat their food. She was always tipped very well, too. It amazes me to this day.

I really hope I can find a new job soon so we can work in the same place. We work very well together. The kind of work she does - easy to find a job. The kind I do - not so much. And now, a cat, doing the kind of job I should be doing, right now.

cl.jroo.me
2012-11-24 11:37:08 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:34:47 PM  
1 vote:
Here's my rescued black cat, Sami...with a horrible case of bedhead:

imageshack.us 

Don't tell her I posted this, she would be piiisssseeeed.
2012-11-24 11:28:55 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:18:16 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:13:20 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:03:33 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 11:01:57 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:59:57 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:56:24 PM  
1 vote:

i877.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:48:56 PM  
1 vote:

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Lillith: When I was about 15 we had finished thanksgiving and were having coffee and desert in the living room, when a friend of ours asked "shouldnt you put the the turkey away so the cat dosent get it?." Now my mothers Siamese Sheba she had for 7 years at this point didnt eat people food.

My mum said "no Sheba wont do that" as soon as my mother said that Sheba opened her eyes stood up and in one leap with claws out, went from the radiator to on top of the turkey in the middle of the table. We all just stared opened mouthed as the cat got up turned around shook her back feet at us and lept down from the table and stalked out of the room.

Now that is funny! Why people think they don't understand us when we're talking is beyond me. They do, they just don't always listen! Huh. Kinda like my ex husband and every boyfriend I've ever had, now that I think about it. *squints one eye suspiciously, wonders what she's been dating all these years*


There is such a double standard about that.

"Cats are independent, they don't listen, they don't come in when you call, they like to stay out all night, and when they're home they like to be left alone and sleep. In other words, every quality that women hate in a man, they love in a cat. " -- unknown source.
2012-11-24 10:28:36 PM  
1 vote:

reigning.cats.and.dogs: Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!!

[i903.photobucket.com image 850x508]


yes! Fozzie sure is stinkin' cute!!
hahahah love this picture mayhem, chaos and more chaos and mayhem >;D
www.hahastop.com
2012-11-24 10:24:13 PM  
1 vote:
This very blurry photo is what happens when the cats decide to eat the dog's food.
farm9.staticflickr.com
Notice the dog is not in the background. He's over at the other side of the kitchen, eating the cats' food.

The dog doesn't like the "Bad Kitty" squirt bottle, either. I've had to use it on him since he's developing an attitude toward Sadie. Guess who just got soaked for being an asshole?

There are no non-assholic creatures here; not even human types. I'm being an asshole tonight. Just ask the dog. Yay, assholes!
2012-11-24 10:19:52 PM  
1 vote:

I_fling_poo: I tend to learn something new every single day from Pedro.
Today's lesson: if you leave a cup of chamomile tea (no sugar) to get cold while keeping up with Caturday, don't be surprised if a certain little shiat chihuahua drinks it for you.
What a chihuahua may look like while drinking cold herbal tea:
[farm9.staticflickr.com image 374x500]


chamomile tea is supposed to have some sedative like qualities so maybe it will calm him down a little.
Since I got Gremie I had start drinking from a travel mug otherwise he is face down in whatever I'm drinking
and if it has ice cubes that's a bonus.
2012-11-24 10:16:15 PM  
1 vote:
lilyspad:
Wow! QJ! Remind me not to evar pissyouoff!!! :D

Rest assured, you are not the first person to say that.
One day, I may tell you about the time I caused an insurance company
to shut down all online transactions for several hours.
2012-11-24 10:12:41 PM  
1 vote:

Mrs CDK: Alien...Sorry you couldn't sleep last night but I enjoyed reading your posts this morning :o)

**Faust singing picture** That is also one of my favorite pics of Faust. I have many though...

**derpy Butter pics** Yes, Butter definitely has the derp and she knows it...hahaha

Good luck on the rest of your weekend tests. I hope you studied! ;-)

[i384.photobucket.com image 622x414]


HAHAHA!
I wish I was doing testing this weekend for like a course or something.
But alas..not this Alien.
My tests are all of the medical highlyembarassingtohavetosithereandcollectsamples kind this weekend.
/totally for once I wish I had a penis...it would make some of this much, much easier...

//tmi!!!
2012-11-24 10:12:18 PM  
1 vote:
I tend to learn something new every single day from Pedro.
Today's lesson: if you leave a cup of chamomile tea (no sugar) to get cold while keeping up with Caturday, don't be surprised if a certain little shiat chihuahua drinks it for you.
What a chihuahua may look like while drinking cold herbal tea:
farm9.staticflickr.com
2012-11-24 10:06:11 PM  
1 vote:

yobbery: HushPupillion


[i211.photobucket.com image 523x755]

LOL!

Steve McQueen is totally making the "who farted, y'all" face too!
2012-11-24 09:58:46 PM  
1 vote:

quantum_jellyroll: Farktastique:
/Cockeye: most popular pet in the neighborhood now
//Crazy guy: still a bag of dirty dicks, but an impotent one

[reneau.smugmug.com image 576x768]

I did that to a guy on a construction job that had a big, bad, truck with glass-pack mufflers on it.
Spot welded a metal Drum Majors whistle onto an 8 inch piece of metal stock, then shoved it up his
exhaust pipe with a broom handle. That fancy, expensive new truck sounded like a '64 VW with burned valves.
weeeeeee-eeeee-eeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeet!
All the way through the project every day!
It drove him nuts!


LOL! That sounds exactly like the kind of thing I would do (if I knew how to weld)! I am quite the mischievous thing and should not, under any circumstances, be trusted if you see me smiling real big. If I'm giggling, look out. Openly laughing? Run like hell! Just check your shoelaces first.
2012-11-24 09:54:23 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 09:44:56 PM  
1 vote:

quantum_jellyroll: sherpa18:
BimboBread? What Marketing genius came up with that name? Seriously ...

They're Mexican. It's pronounced "Beem-bo".
They're big. They're VERY big.



I don't care how THEY pronounce it OR how big they are.... I am NOT eating anything called BIMBO bread,nor will I eat anything labeled Cock soup or Spotted Dick. NOPE...not me, nosireeebob...not happening!!!!
i384.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 09:20:12 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 09:19:26 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 09:18:23 PM  
1 vote:

Hai guize...

Because I am obviously crazy and don't have enough to do already, I got a wild hair up my ass during my Thanksgiving vacation and, just for fun, I started a blog. The blog is, of course, about pets. It's called
If Your Pet Could Talk (pops). I will be posting at least one pet related thing every day. Some posts are informative, like pet food recalls or pet recipes, and others are just for fun. I was hoping you could check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks in advance!


**We now return you to our regularly scheduled Caturday**



To make up for the interruption, here are some cats...

i384.photobucket.com

i384.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 09:06:27 PM  
1 vote:

tigerose: gremlin1: [i877.photobucket.com image 478x512]

Hahaa! I wanna borrow that freezer for the turkey leftovers! Uuurrrp!


Make sure you clearly label all the containers you put in there. :)
2012-11-24 08:55:01 PM  
1 vote:

Meanwhile, apropos of absolutely nothing (except that it made me laugh like a loon), I went to the grocery store earlier today to pick up a couple of things, and as I walked down the bread aisle I noticed that the shelves that had previously stocked Wonder Bread (before Hostess went to that great bakery in the sky) now had new products...such as:

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BimboBread? What Marketing genius came up with that name? Seriously ...

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2012-11-24 08:47:57 PM  
1 vote:
yobbery

farm9.staticflickr.com

\waves to alien
2012-11-24 08:32:50 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
No credit no how, regrets. Likely picked this up in quite early Catur-days when still prospecting ICHC for pix.
2012-11-24 08:04:44 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 08:03:51 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 08:01:08 PM  
1 vote:

Mrs CDK: [i384.photobucket.com image 700x577]

ohnonotfloridaagain...thank you so much!!!!

I made this special Butter anigif for you. Hopefully it will bring you a smile :o) 

Ack...it was too big. Here's the link...Butter is getting dizzy


You're welcome. OMG I LOVE BUTTER!!!

farm8.staticflickr.com
2012-11-24 07:21:23 PM  
1 vote:

serialsuicidebomber: If only I had a python.......


Then I could make everyone boots and purses for Christmas!
2012-11-24 07:20:00 PM  
1 vote:
iams baaack!
home safe and sound from meh-jico...
will catch up after welcome home skritches and...
"wherethehellhaveyoubeeniknowmybowlisfullbutitneedstoberefilledbyYOU"

i.imgur.com
2012-11-24 06:36:01 PM  
1 vote:

tigerose: Wowsers! So many excellent mewbies! What kind of cookies did you all bring?


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/ dragon says he would like a glass of milk with his
2012-11-24 06:20:31 PM  
1 vote:
AlienDandelion: ALIEN! Still feeling ...

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... a bit crabby? :o)
2012-11-24 06:16:19 PM  
1 vote:
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2012-11-24 06:15:28 PM  
1 vote:
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2012-11-24 06:14:29 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 06:13:30 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 06:07:52 PM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 05:38:05 PM  
1 vote:

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2012-11-24 05:27:15 PM  
1 vote:
in2it, tnx for linkie to game (tho I don't play video games). Did copy link & FastStoned a copy of most of the playing board.
Good tale/tail, Lilith. Could see it all as I read! Also good comment by Real Women that Folk Don't Listen.
Think I started to type that it was good to see Fozzie's 9wk old pic again; reigning told us all he's Papillon, or partly so, when he came home to live with her & the others.
i.imgur.com
Ooolllddd. Credit to ZeroExponent, whose profile was still up when I sought it last Caturday.
Did get to votie Over There, also nipped into their shop to see what they had. Logo Ts, traditional & vintage, Banana For Scale Ts, also an imgurKitty T only in asphalt grey. The kitty's a white & tabby looking longhair. I won't pay the listed price, because I'm cheap & stingy.
There's also a cartoon, looks editorial but may not be. Parade with banner on 2 uprights, Save The Twinkie. Someone else over to left side says "We're doomed."  ba-dum-bum
2012-11-24 05:26:09 PM  
1 vote:

spinach gunk: AlienDandelion: spinach gunk: professional_vampire: 2.5 hours shopping, bought nothing! How pathetic am I?

Not at all! Think of all the money you saved!
Thankfully you didn't get trampled while you were buying nothing, that would have really sucked.
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were you downtown today at all?
it was freakin cray cray!
Vancouver totally partook of Black Friday - it was like Boxing Day here...only...early... O_O
/makes one feel extra tiny when trying to get to the train through the masses....
[www.hahastop.com image 600x450]

Oh Christ no.... I hate crowds and don't have a lot of spending money anyway. You're very brave venturing into the crazed herds of shoppers! I can imagine it was rather mental. I've never seen Canadian retailers push Black Friday like they have this year. I guess they're afraid we'll abandon them and all go cross-border shopping in the US with our strong Canadian dollar. Competition is fierce. I'd rather sit at home in front of the internet any day! Hope you managed all right out there. :)

Couldn't have gone downtown if I wanted to today anyway -- this cold I have is creeping into bronchitis territory. Was feeling almost better yesterday morning, then started coughing brains out all last night and today, I'm all full of gunk and I'm getting that weak tired kicked in the chest feeling. I think it will be the icky walk-in clinic for me tomorrow. :op That's what I get for quitting smoking, lol.

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As long as I have Caturday, tea, and vitamin C, I won't be unhappy. :)


yeah I would have avoided downtown completely, well any vicinity of any store really - except all the redoing of my tests are happening at St. Paul's Hospital so I have no choice :/
weknowmemes.com
/what I felt just trying to make it to the train station...

Please get better soon!!! please!!!!
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s3.amazonaws.com
2012-11-24 05:20:45 PM  
1 vote:
...
0_o
www.hahastop.com
2012-11-24 04:51:52 PM  
1 vote:

Lillith: When I was about 15 we had finished thanksgiving and were having coffee and desert in the living room, when a friend of ours asked "shouldnt you put the the turkey away so the cat dosent get it?." Now my mothers Siamese Sheba she had for 7 years at this point didnt eat people food.

My mum said "no Sheba wont do that" as soon as my mother said that Sheba opened her eyes stood up and in one leap with claws out, went from the radiator to on top of the turkey in the middle of the table. We all just stared opened mouthed as the cat got up turned around shook her back feet at us and lept down from the table and stalked out of the room.


Now that is funny! Why people think they don't understand us when we're talking is beyond me. They do, they just don't always listen! Huh. Kinda like my ex husband and every boyfriend I've ever had, now that I think about it. *squints one eye suspiciously, wonders what she's been dating all these years*
2012-11-24 04:20:12 PM  
1 vote:
"A satchel of dirty dicks" is the name of my new band! What an awesome epithet!!!!
2012-11-24 04:13:05 PM  
1 vote:
2012-11-24 04:05:26 PM  
1 vote:

Farktastique: The Ice Queen: If bag of dirty dicks did that to my parents, he'd need surgery to remove my crutch from a certain part of his anatomy.

He made my mother cry. Huge, sobbing tears. I report his erratic driving whenever I happen to see him driving home from his local watering hole. He's got two previous DUIs on his record, and a third will put him over the top... only a matter of time. Walking the cat is spiteful and petty, but you don't fark with my mommy and my kid.


Ooh! I do like your style! And your cat is awesome. If you are lucky, God will give you a front row seat when Karma bites this guy in the bucket! (ebil laugh)...
2012-11-24 04:01:29 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-24 04:00:54 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-24 03:37:19 PM  
1 vote:

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2012-11-24 02:38:53 PM  
1 vote:

Farktastique: This jaunty young felon is my rescued Siamese-mix Cockeye (super cross-eyed with impaired vision). Our HOA president issued a ban on all animals being outside of their yards sans leash this summer, directed at my furred escape artist and three or four other cats in our subdivision. He was a satchel of dirty dicks about the whole thing, though, and was incredibly unpleasant. (He barged into my home, screaming and red-faced, on two occasions. He cornered my teenage son on his way to school, threatening to trap and kill our pet. He verbally assaulted my visiting 70 year old mother and 76 year old father about the cat as well, since I rent from them, along with a few other nasty incidents.)

In response to his nastiness, I leash-trained my cat to get around the new by-laws. We parade Cockeye up and down the sidewalk in front of his home whenever he's out doing yard work, and there is not a single damn thing he can do about it. My family has developed an intense interest in Cockeye's daily constitutionals: my mother will rush in when she arrives, yelling, "That bastard is outside, get the leash!" and then spend a half an hour talking to my neighbors along the street, Cockeye happily strutting his stuff along and enjoying the spectacle.

Because people stop and exclaim whenever they see a cat walking on a leash.

/Cockeye: most popular pet in the neighborhood now
//Crazy guy: still a bag of dirty dicks, but an impotent one

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If bag of dirty dicks did that to my parents, he'd need surgery to remove my crutch from a certain part of his anatomy.
2012-11-24 02:37:00 PM  
1 vote:

Farktastique: This jaunty young felon is my rescued Siamese-mix Cockeye (super cross-eyed with impaired vision). Our HOA president issued a ban on all animals being outside of their yards sans leash this summer, directed at my furred escape artist and three or four other cats in our subdivision. He was a satchel of dirty dicks about the whole thing, though, and was incredibly unpleasant. (He barged into my home, screaming and red-faced, on two occasions. He cornered my teenage son on his way to school, threatening to trap and kill our pet. He verbally assaulted my visiting 70 year old mother and 76 year old father about the cat as well, since I rent from them, along with a few other nasty incidents.)

In response to his nastiness, I leash-trained my cat to get around the new by-laws. We parade Cockeye up and down the sidewalk in front of his home whenever he's out doing yard work, and there is not a single damn thing he can do about it. My family has developed an intense interest in Cockeye's daily constitutionals: my mother will rush in when she arrives, yelling, "That bastard is outside, get the leash!" and then spend a half an hour talking to my neighbors along the street, Cockeye happily strutting his stuff along and enjoying the spectacle.

Because people stop and exclaim whenever they see a cat walking on a leash.

/Cockeye: most popular pet in the neighborhood now
//Crazy guy: still a bag of dirty dicks, but an impotent one

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Cool story, sis. Has a caption!
j.wigflip.com
2012-11-24 02:35:37 PM  
1 vote:

reigning.cats.and.dogs: John Buck 41: reigning.cats.and.dogs: John Buck 41: reigning.cats.and.dogs: My little Fozzball is such a cutie!!!

[i903.photobucket.com image 850x637]

What breed is he?

The rescue I adopted him from said he is Papillion. Link

Ah, thought he might be. He's a cutie. Watched the AKC Dog Show on tv last night and I was rooting for either the Great Dane or the Tibetan Terrier to win BIS.

Thanks! I think he's sorta cute, too! He just turned one last Tuesday and is very much a puppy, but the kitties seem to actually like, rather than simply tolerate, him. He's a good fit into my little zoo. Quite a change from a Chow Chow or Pit Bull Terrier! His litter mates all looked like Shih Tzus, as did his mom, so I am really not sure where he came from! There's also some Jack Russell in there, I think (that's the wonderful thing about mutts - you never really know what you get!) that sort of tempers the frailer Papillion frame and makes him utterly fearless. One of his best buddies is Lucy, a 100 pound Rottie!


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2012-11-24 02:29:09 PM  
1 vote:

John Buck 41: reigning.cats.and.dogs: John Buck 41: reigning.cats.and.dogs: My little Fozzball is such a cutie!!!

[i903.photobucket.com image 850x637]

What breed is he?

The rescue I adopted him from said he is Papillion. Link

Ah, thought he might be. He's a cutie. Watched the AKC Dog Show on tv last night and I was rooting for either the Great Dane or the Tibetan Terrier to win BIS.


Thanks! I think he's sorta cute, too! He just turned one last Tuesday and is very much a puppy, but the kitties seem to actually like, rather than simply tolerate, him. He's a good fit into my little zoo. Quite a change from a Chow Chow or Pit Bull Terrier! His litter mates all looked like Shih Tzus, as did his mom, so I am really not sure where he came from! There's also some Jack Russell in there, I think (that's the wonderful thing about mutts - you never really know what you get!) that sort of tempers the frailer Papillion frame and makes him utterly fearless. One of his best buddies is Lucy, a 100 pound Rottie!
2012-11-24 02:11:57 PM  
1 vote:
End of pg 8, movin' too slow for own good. But am taking notes!
Happened to be scanning WorldWildlife catalogue over lunch, found an anaconda pic to offer to poster at ft of pg 7 before he was outed as a Troll. Long purple length with Lily does resemble a snake --
Skittle & She Hoo showed up where reigning volunteers could be sisters, but for geography. Not close enough. phimuskapsi, you done good taking Skittle in! The 3d pic saved by moi to add to GdNight string, pix to post just before turning in.
gremlin1, we've always wondered re disposition of missing sox in wash. Now we know, as if we didn't before.
Again with the Links. First contains 5 recipes for home-made cat treats, 2d Link has 3. If you wish to expend effort & not just wait for coupons for/sales on. Due to low calories, I get Whiskas Temptations for the mob here, as Ginger may have those without fear (2 calories per).
i.imgur.com
T design from Wireless cat-alogue, not dated. May still be available but I really dunno. 
Skipped ahead to pg 9, somehow without losing this. Add!
2012-11-24 01:35:35 PM  
1 vote:
Did someone say black cats?

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///nmc, nmc
2012-11-24 12:53:09 PM  
1 vote:
i903.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 12:47:47 PM  
1 vote:
Fozzie looks like I just caught him doing something naughty!

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2012-11-24 12:44:57 PM  
1 vote:
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2012-11-24 12:40:22 PM  
1 vote:
Happy Caturday everybody! I hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving, and that much turkey was shared with our furry overlords! (Fozzie got some, but the kitties weren't around at clean up, so they have not, yet.)

A couple of weeks ago, we had an unexpected visitor show up at the DV Shelter where I spend my Tuesday nights and Saturdays. Being that we are a safe house, and nobody is supposed to know where we are, and anybody who shows up will likely be taken away with the help of the County's finest, it's been quite a surprise that this guest has lingered! It may be because she's so freakin' cute and cuddly and the residents just adore her...

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There are no furkids allowed in the house, so she's been staying outside, but several of the staff, along with some of the residents, have fixed up a nice, cozy house for her. She gets fed and adored, so she's stuck around. One of my co-workers here works with Voices for Animals and has contacted the local no-kill shelter and will be taking her in to (a) see if she's been reported lost - she's young, likely just about a year and very friendly and (b) if not, have her spayed and get her vaccinated. The residents here love having a kitty, but there's no structure to what she gets fed and this morning I dumped turkey bones out of an otherwise empty food bowl! I already had to ask one well-meaning caretaker to please not give her evaporated milk! Anyway - if she's truly a stray and she turns out negative for all the nasty contagious things that I don't want shared with my crew, I may just end up with a new kitty! There are a couple of other people here who are interested - they maintain that she'd be happier as an indoor / outdoor kitty and while that may be, it is just not possible in my neighborhood, so she may end up going with one of them for that reason.
2012-11-24 12:04:42 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 12:03:58 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-24 11:38:54 AM  
1 vote:
Because I Can, now type at ft of pg 7. Partly lucky this time, no permanent losses, just ills & ails which are quite bad enough.
AlienDandelion, fang q again for all the overnite stuff. Tho insomnia's not a blessing (cept one that gets blessed out, often profanely), it does result in SeeWorthy posts & pix. Esp got a hoot from linkied CatVDogFriend. Rabbit_Tongue w hedgehog also quite good.
spinach gunk, don't really know what to recommend for bronchitis, or coming-bronchitis. As in my chorus, there are surely enough RNs here to suggest tho of course not prescribe (only some nurse practitioners can do that).
CrankyAndi, regret the vet trip for Louie tho it sounds like it did Aid Abet & Assist. Re care of critters when hoo-mons are absent, we hire one of the experienced vet techs from the clinic we patronise & live near. She also feeds a feral colony near where she lives, which is furr-ther north. Also like The Hat on both Louie & Ellie.
NotSoNiceBunny, you may know the song G'ma Got Run Over By A Reindeer too well. Chorus has picked it up for our 2012 holiday show (free tix to control limited available seating). Hear in my head, ...Blue & silver candles Would've nicely matched the hair in G'ma's wig.
Preview, add & onward to pg 8! 
After a pic: i.imgur.com
He Hoo hangs by heels from chandelier & posted this, titled it Did a double take when I saw this on Facebook. There's another really cute one in Virals as this is, not yet snatched.
2012-11-24 11:10:51 AM  
1 vote:

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:46:48 AM  
1 vote:

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:38:48 AM  
1 vote:
This is Monkey, apparently he didn't want us reading the Caturday thread from last week so his fat butt scrolled it all the way to the end of the thread...

imageshack.us 

He also says "Oh hai, Caturday!"

imageshack.us
2012-11-24 10:37:34 AM  
1 vote:

serialsuicidebomber: If only I had a python.......


i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 10:20:44 AM  
1 vote:

AlienDandelion: ...it was freakin cray cray! Vancouver totally partook of Black Friday


i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 09:58:28 AM  
1 vote:
It's cold and snowing out and the squirrels are driving Gremie crazy. The squirrels are running around the front yard and up the tree and Gremie is running from window to window trying to keep up with them. He's "garbling" as he runs from room to room. Jack is sitting on the couch staying out of the way.
2012-11-24 09:47:02 AM  
1 vote:

serialsuicidebomber: If only I had a python.......


Begone foul Troll. Go play in the politics thread. Your kind is welcome there.
2012-11-24 09:03:40 AM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2012-11-24 08:31:35 AM  
1 vote:

AlienDandelion: whoa!!!
that is a cool...desktop....picture...on the screen...?
/Goldfish memory is preventing me from coming up with the right way to ask about the screen....


It's from the internet. :) You can get it here.
2012-11-24 08:22:37 AM  
1 vote:
i.chzbgr.com
2012-11-24 04:03:47 AM  
1 vote:

lajimi: AlienDandelion: I just read about the huge 100 car pile up down in Texas...
I hope our Family Members down there are ok and were not in that accident...
[catmacros.files.wordpress.com image 400x301]

/oh...and happy Thanksgiving to all you in the US

HAI, ALIEN!!!!

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HAI!!!
*waves madly while prancing around*
:D
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2012-11-24 02:47:15 AM  
1 vote:

i236.photobucket.com

2012-11-24 02:02:10 AM  
1 vote:

gremlin1: Jack guarding his bone
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that's quite a big bone
/or is it just me?
2012-11-24 12:01:33 AM  
1 vote:
Since black kittehs are in the lime-light, here's another kitteh of mine who now lives with his Grannie and Granpa in AZ. Johnnie has trained his hoomans well. When he's in a snacking mood, he says h'am, and gets a treat, neoow means skritches are required immediately, and here he is in his special cool bed/bath, waiting for the candles to be lit...

img221.imageshack.us
2012-11-23 11:19:27 PM  
1 vote:
farm9.staticflickr.com 

My son is going to be in for a big surprise one day when he tries to hug someone else's cat.
2012-11-23 10:39:48 PM  
1 vote:
Temp threadsend, past time for me to turn in cept for Mondays.
Tnx to both Mrs CDK & CDK for the Fausts.
Not taking notes again; tigerose, of course camera's always in other rm when they're cutest! Furry & sons lined up on kitchen counter, where their bowls are, the other AM. Woulda been such a decent pic, cept by time I got the camera they'd be gone. Also Jimmy & Stripe can stand on their hind legs; their sisters don't. do that. Never yet got a pic of that.
Think/hope I've exhausted the linkies stock & stack. There were 9.
i.imgur.com
Our fave Alien fetched this in a couple wks ago. Rather apt, & what I'll be like shortly, tho not as furry.
Til daylight --
2012-11-23 10:28:53 PM  
1 vote:

sherpa18: Mrs CDK: ohnonotfloridaagain...thank you so much!!!! I made this special Butter anigif for you. Hopefully it will bring you a smile :o)  Ack...it was too big. Here's the link...Butter is getting dizzy

You obviously forgot to clarify the butter. *snort* *giggle*

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Hehe...Butter needs lots of clarifying...LOL

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2012-11-23 09:56:28 PM  
1 vote:

professional_vampire: sherpa18: Hi, Sherpa! drove past your place on the way home from Mordor today. Yelled "Hi" to you & Dragon on the way past! :-)


Oh, so that's why he was suddenly all like....

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-23 09:51:47 PM  
1 vote:

Via Infinito: Yes. Those are cricket legs. She eats the cricket and leaves the legs for me.
Not sure if she is expecting me to eat them or to just clean up her mess...


Eeww.... maybe she was leaving them as a gift for you, i.e. the drumsticks are the best part? :op

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/predle's kitties
2012-11-23 09:23:37 PM  
1 vote:

Mrs CDK: ohnonotfloridaagain...thank you so much!!!! I made this special Butter anigif for you. Hopefully it will bring you a smile :o)  Ack...it was too big. Here's the link...Butter is getting dizzy


You obviously forgot to clarify the butter. *snort* *giggle*

i415.photobucket.com

2012-11-23 08:59:46 PM  
1 vote:
2012-11-23 03:43:57 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-23 02:17:33 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-23 01:53:24 PM  
1 vote:

i384.photobucket.com



ohnonotfloridaagain...thank you so much!!!!

I made this special Butter anigif for you. Hopefully it will bring you a smile :o) 

Ack...it was too big. Here's the link...Butter is getting dizzy
2012-11-23 01:38:11 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-23 01:26:43 PM  
1 vote:
i877.photobucket.com
2012-11-23 01:59:52 AM  
1 vote:
HAhahaha!
Here's to all of you who took part in any Thanksgiving eating gorging >;P
fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net
2012-11-23 01:49:58 AM  
1 vote:
oh my gods! hahaha
doctorcatmd.com
/I have heard those words uttered before... O_0
2012-11-23 01:48:41 AM  
1 vote:
doctorcatmd.com
2012-11-23 01:47:54 AM  
1 vote:
doctorcatmd.com
silly silly silly but meh
2012-11-23 01:12:04 AM  
1 vote:

cretinbob: [farm8.staticflickr.com image 640x480]


hahaha you just HAD to invoke your own mauling didn't you? :P
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2012-11-23 12:09:34 AM  
1 vote:

yobbery: Happy Thanksgiving and Caturday!

What a cat who had too much turkey might look like. (although he didn't have his yet)
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Hahaha oh Agent B :3
I keep forgetting...do you guys know what breed him and Wolf are?
/Goldfish Memory...it lies in wait...and attacks without notice..
2012-11-22 09:23:19 PM  
1 vote:
farm8.staticflickr.com
2012-11-22 09:08:36 PM  
1 vote:
farm8.staticflickr.com
2012-11-22 08:38:02 PM  
1 vote:
"OR" bacon grease....not bowing to it....
2012-11-22 07:33:23 PM  
1 vote:
Quantum_jellyroll looks like you have been "friended". She must have been owned at some point to be so friendly. Maybe she wants you to love her and pet her and call her George? :)
2012-11-22 05:36:16 PM  
1 vote:
Happy Thanksgiving everbuddy! Went and made brunch for the step-dad, and came home. Was going to mow the back yard....while I still can, and the mower wouldn't start! Came in and was going to put plactic up on the 1 window that needs it for the winter, and I bought the wrong size of plastic, so I said "screw it" and opened a beer! :D
 
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