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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Sunday Sundries--Feline Edition

For those of you playing at home, we have two cats. They are tabby twins, Boris and Natasha, named so because they are evil.

But, I grew up with kitties and I'm pretty much obsessed with them.

Here's a great picture of my brother and two of Matilda's kitties, back in the 1950s.
She was a legendary slutty kitty, who would look at a male cat and get pregnant. Mom often told the story of one Christmas Eve where she kept wanting Dad with her as she birthed each kitten. Much like Pumpkin, mother of our Sky Kitty, The Great Tail-less Wonder.

Yes, he was Manx and more of a dog than a cat, but we miss him so.

So, here are some of the best funnies lately:

Reference the evilness above.

Our twins are twelve and complete and total slugs.

They've been cranky and fussing at each other lately, so this is hitting close to home.

They are also creatures of habit. Natasha is not pleased with me going back to work, but glad I'm filling the bowl early every morning during the week. The weekend is a problem, though.

This was kind of weird, but cool. Probably Photoshopped, but that's OK.
Very cute--gotta love the cow kitties.

He will, won't he? We haven't put up a big tree since 2001, when despite it being anchored, the twins had it down and were running through it in less than two hours, breaking two of my wood ornaments and a couple plastic and resin ones. *sigh* Sky watched and looked at me, saying, "I told them not to do it. I told them they'd get in trouble."


Very true, isn't it?

Which fur, feathered or scaled babies do you love?

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Sunday Sundries--Slightly Silly Stuff

So, tomorrow (Monday the 28th), I'll be starting a new job in the real world. Thanks to all for the good thoughts--I'll be channelling my inner geek girl doing phone tech support for a call center. I promise to still check in, but I won't be on Facebook as often.

Let's take a look at some funnies, shall we?

Not that that ever happens...

Amen--that's from The Gaping Void Gallery.

In the comments on this one, someone started talking about how to figure the difference in area between the lower part of the glass and the upper. Man, my math skills are rusty!

This reminds me so much of my dad, who only graduated high school, but could fix most anything if he could find the tools to do it. If he couldn't, he'd go out and buy another.

This made me laugh--saw an interview with him and his CEO and he still looks like a geeky college guy.

For all you AV geeks like my hubby out there.


Too true, isn't it? Gotta love that Maxine.

We'll see you again sometime during the week, I promise. Have a great one!