[This is the R0wdy thread, after all. I can't help thinking I just scored big points getting you to think I was being serious, here of all places.]
pangurban wrote:MamaB Pangur-ban has asked me to tell you that the whole of catdom think George Galloway is pants
Meow-meow prrr pur pripurrr meow. XXX
And "pants?" It is such a disability to be a Yank. I never know what you guys are talking about... PANTS?
pangurban wrote:Meow-meow prrr pur pripurrr meow. XXX
Pangur-ban loves you to MamaB although he has no idea what you said owing to your atrocious accent
pangurban wrote:Pangur-ban has told me to tell everyone who has looked at the George Galloway video that MamaB posted, that no self respecting cat would act in such a fawning manner. And furthermore it undermines his plans of world domination that people even think that a cat would act in such a manner and has asked me to consult a solicitor to see if Big Brother can be sued for character assassination.
Warning: cats are outer-space spy-probes, sent by an alien race to discover the secrets of the humans.
- cats are everywhere, in almost any household and country, but most concentrated in the developed countries that stand the best choice of defending against aliens
- their eyes and ears are actually cameras and recording devices that capture everything humans do
- they watch EVERY (yes, I mean EVERY) move we make. "Curiosity killed the cat" is normal behaviour for spy probes, since have to record even the most outrageous human things
- their tails are constantly in the air. This is due to the fact that they are transmitting antennae aimed at the alien mothership for data transmission.
Therefore, from a human POV, cats are dangerous
Aylyn wrote:- their tails are constantly in the air. This is due to the fact that they are transmitting antennae aimed at the alien mothership for data transmission.
Ghostrider wrote:*Ghosty brings a friend to play WITH Pangurban *
Additionally... He disagrees cats should run everything..
Mey wrote:And some serious cat news: our cat is missing. His name is Hondje (translated: Doggy). He stayed at a friends house when we took a few days off on holiday and he escaped. He's been gone for almost two weeks now. He has a microchip so hopefully someone 'bleeps' him at a vetsoffice and he can come home again. He is my little friend and I hate the lonely mornings with no warm welcome in the kitchen, no purring at night on the couch....lets all just hope he comes back safely.
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