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2013-04-07 02:47:31 PM
FTA: "I don't know how, but somehow he got himself into the ceiling tiles," said a baffled spokeswoman for Federal Protective Services.

The word "baffled" is superfluous when quoting Federal employees.
/Could he have climbed up there?
 
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2013-04-07 03:24:55 PM
Naked blonde walks into a bar with a poodle under one arm, and a two-foot salami under the other. The bartender says, I guess you won't be needing a drink. Naked lady says...
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2013-04-07 03:40:38 PM
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2013-04-07 04:03:30 PM
A crazed man led authorities on a wild chase
Yeah, crazed guys'll do that.

That's when the unidentified kook ran out an emergency exit and took an elevator to the 12th floor.
An elevator? No way.

somehow he got himself into the ceiling tiles
That is weird. If he was on top of them I might understand, but 'into' them, that requires commitment. Being crazed, he probably acted as if he were the pattern on the ceiling tile, but couldn't hold up the gravity-defying charade of appearing as a series of diamond-shaped holes forever.
 
2013-04-07 04:18:58 PM

Karl LaFong: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 800x320]


IT'S REAL TO ME DAMMIT.
 
2013-04-07 04:20:57 PM
That man really excelled at being crazy go nuts.

Strong bad would be proud.
 
2013-04-07 04:25:54 PM
Hector Remarkable:  ... he probably acted as if he were the pattern on the ceiling tile, but couldn't hold up the gravity-defying charade of appearing as a series of diamond-shaped holes forever.

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2013-04-07 04:35:12 PM

Karl LaFong: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 800x320]


Heretic! When you die, you'll go to the basement to be tormented by angry dogs and full bathtubs for all eternity.

/or until someone opens the door.
 
2013-04-07 06:43:31 PM
rkiller1: FTA: "I don't know how, but somehow he got himself into the ceiling tiles," said a baffled spokeswoman for Federal Protective Services.

The word "baffled" is superfluous when quoting Federal employees.
/Could he have climbed up there?


I'm sure the guys at the NSA, etc., would be shocked to hear that, my Retardlican friend.
 
2013-04-07 06:53:24 PM
Yes, cats find their way into ceilings, inside walls, and all sorts of other odd places. I particularly liked our cat's habit of getting into various drawers from behind- looking for something in a little used computer desk drawer and finding a cat was always somewhat amusing.

Next up, the New York Post breaks the news that kittens may be climbing Christmas trees and batting at ornaments.
 
2013-04-07 08:40:32 PM

cptjeff: Yes, cats find their way into ceilings, inside walls, and all sorts of other odd places. I particularly liked our cat's habit of getting into various drawers from behind- looking for something in a little used computer desk drawer and finding a cat was always somewhat amusing.

Next up, the New York Post breaks the news that kittens may be climbing Christmas trees and batting at ornaments.



I had a childhood cat who did climb in behind the walls in the basement. He'd scratch at the door that accessed the chimney clean out. Scared the crap out of me the first time he did that.
 
2013-04-07 08:45:11 PM

cptjeff: Yes, cats find their way into ceilings, inside walls, and all sorts of other odd places. I particularly liked our cat's habit of getting into various drawers from behind- looking for something in a little used computer desk drawer and finding a cat was always somewhat amusing.

Next up, the New York Post breaks the news that kittens may be climbing Christmas trees and batting at ornaments.


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This guy's habit is to follow you around and whine at you from the second floor of the barn. There are a few holes in the ceiling of the ground floor -- they used to have grain chutes, I think -- and he knows where all of them are.

/It is his way.
//Cats are awesome.
 
2013-04-07 08:58:55 PM
It's probably a good thing he never got a passport.... or maybe we'd be better off with him out of the country.
 
2013-04-07 10:24:42 PM

cptjeff: Yes, cats find their way into ceilings, inside walls, and all sorts of other odd places. I particularly liked our cat's habit of getting into various drawers from behind- looking for something in a little used computer desk drawer and finding a cat was always somewhat amusing.

Next up, the New York Post breaks the news that kittens may be climbing Christmas trees and batting at ornaments.


If there was a crazed 50 something year old man hiding up in the Christmas tree as well, that might be news.
 
2013-04-08 12:22:36 AM
Dealing with the bureaucrats at the passport office is enough to drive anyone a bit crazy.  Some just a bit more than others.
 
2013-04-08 01:48:36 AM

GoldDude: Dealing with the bureaucrats at the passport office is enough to drive anyone a bit crazy.  Some just a bit more than others.


F*ckers.

Had full colour copies of all required docs exactly as federal government instructed me and biatch said "not acceptable".

Then wondered why I got all Angry Adama plus Pissed Off Tigh at her.
 
2013-04-08 01:51:55 AM
shiat, sorry for threadjack.

have some kittay.

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