By fareon on Jul 10, 2014 at 3:23 AM
That fat a-hole has never given me anything but socks... so yes I would say he can't handle his job. "His" sleigh is even an Belphegor inspiration, you see Belpegors inspire sloth by the way of scientific progress. Everytime someone says "Eureka" a Belphegor get his pitchfork. If it wasn't for hellish intervention santa would completely regress into the fat wife beating drunk he really is, but he's useful to us. Sorry, I don't eat Beelzebubs cooking since the angel pubic hair incident of 1372 :) I actually don't speak Finnish that well, but I think it is some sort of saying, what it's trying to say I have no idea :)
By plaidcats on Jul 9, 2014 at 11:49 PM
Ai just wurries dat ai dint sent yo teh rite numers... Mebbe u git a postal ub teh "hoem bidioes" (I fink I like dat 'b' wurd) snkr. No stem stuf on here, darn It weren't Shasta kitteh's rok, ai gots to meet her, no, ai stal by teh lake! Ai gots prOn ones, o yis, if it izzent, (prolly not) it does luk liyk! IF ai kin find! :D!
By plaidcats on Jul 9, 2014 at 11:04 PM
I may have loaded wrong, but here goes.. ://8250443008. If it is those nekked pics, please to post everyone! Snkr. This rok is calif, moutains by Shasta, not big but weighs about 6-7 lbs? +? I don't own a scale that works, I DINT BREAKIT! Pc :D
By plaidcats on Jul 9, 2014 at 10:41 PM
Them are cool! You put a HOLE in m aero box! (Dem ar teh terdds tho) haHAHAHA! Jokin! I really like those snails, Wuts kinda funny is that so many deny this liddle(huge) fact that there were critters that old. I bleve! But it's that all of it fits together! That symbol of fish w legs. Win/win! I'll ship ya a foto of teh 'cousin' greenstone I have, it's a granite mix, ifinkso, with sum fossil.
By cataff on Jul 9, 2014 at 5:18 PM
I love the 4th LOL and thank you for thinking of us Yankees. I've taken an hour or two here and there for me, but I've been hitting that school work a lot of the time when I'm not doing things for CL, who so far is coming along nicely. I'm sorry you are having so many storms. We have finally gotten dry, too dry of course. Storms come but go around us. The humidity is fierce. I have no doubt you will do a great job with the red velvet cake and it will be a big hit at the library. Katsanova is definitely enjoying his youth. I hope he can find less destructive ways to do that though. Prudence just hopped up and is lying by my shoulder. When some of refreshing Icy Winds hit her, I swear she smiled. She has ordered that I send three large cans of chunky toona packed in water to Tabini, Fanta, and Kat. I hope your power has stayed on so the transporter is functioning. Here they come.
By cataff on Jul 5, 2014 at 7:15 PM
Ohai, Tabini. Dis iz Woodee. Ai am sorree u had a big storm. When big storms happen here, I go under a chair until alla noizes stop. Prudence and Ai 'preciate alla nice cold hail stonez. We hav rolled in 'em until we were nice and cold and then put 'em in da freezie box to save for later. Da ferals put sum in their water and stretched out on the others. They gotz cooled off, n the grass got watered. They sed to tell u n Fanta n Katzanuvver fanks. Our male hoomin put some in a fancy lookin' bag n put it on his knee. Hoomins r weird, but he seemed very happy about doin' that. He saved some in the freezie box too. Alla u r very welcome to the gushy fud, and Ai'm glad Booboo didn't nom ur hoomin's arm. Prudence and Ai are sending you n Fanta n Katz a big bag of freshly picked catnip. Have fun!
By cataff on Jul 5, 2014 at 7:00 PM
Thanks ever so much for the delicious Queen Pudding! We both enjoyed it very much and did put whippy cream on top. CL had the surgery Monday (went very well) and came home Thursday evening. Now he is into the rehab exercises and I'm catching up on all the things I couldn't do because I was at the hospital more than I was home. Now I have to get back to the school work that I couldn't get finished ahead of time. We are sending you a red velvet cake and the recipe if you want to make one yourself: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/southern-red-velvet-cake-recipe.html --one of my favorite cakes. Here it comes.
By Sylviag on Jul 2, 2014 at 1:15 AM
Yep, we hittted the road and iz bak nao - full ob gud memories and fun times. Las Vegas waz the crazy town az always. But Yosemite and Zion parks were ossum and voolunteering wid teh kittehs at Best Frens the bestest. So u lib in a fishy?? LOL ALl ob teh pikshur ai hab seen and read abowt NZ - iz so bery byootiful. Ai neber understood why dey call it cyclones in Pacific Oshun and Hurrycanes in Atlantic?? We had 95F todai - ai waz as wilted as week old luttus left in teh sun. Ha to barke down and turn on the AC. We nawt like to uze it much cuz it eetz up electicity - munch, munch. So ur fwee bweezes bery halpful. Sending u slot machine from Vegas wid kitteh treats and choclit for u. If u match three kitehs u get lifetime supply ob toona. Whrrrr, whrrrr, chinka, chunka, clank. Iz bery hebby but will get der ebentually.
By cataff on Jun 29, 2014 at 8:45 AM
Wow, I learned a new recipe. I didn't know 'bout Queen Pudding at all, and it sounds delicious but without needing chef skills to make. Fanks! I'm horrified to learn that your handbag was stolen. Are you saying that your wallet wasn't in it? If so, that is fantastic! If my bag gets taken, my phone and wallet are going too, and I would be on the phone for hours locking the phone, showing the police how to track it, and talking to all the banks, credit bureaus, insurance companies, etc., about cancelling everything and starting over. It would be a disaster. I am very careful about keeping the bag with me though, but anything can happen, and it only takes a second for a good pickpocket to grab a wallet, although my bags all close with zippers that I keep zipped, and I carry the bags close to my body. On a good note, it's great that the bois are playing together. I hope that soon T and F will be friends again. K is quite the peacemaker! Woodee and Prudence have snagged the grass, arranged it on the bed, and are sleeping away in great comfort and are very grateful to T, F, and K! We are in for a very hot and humid week--just perfect for CL's knee replacement Monday. I will have to get up at 2:30 in the morning to get him to the hospital by 5:30. The surgeon set him up as his first surgery of the day. He did this when he replaced the other knee two years ago but did the hip replacement later in the morning. I had hoped for a later time again but no such luck. Before they started snoozing, the ladies told me to send a case of gushy noms for the bois and a second case for you to keep on hand for Booboo. They don't want you to lose an arm. Here they come.
By cataff on Jun 24, 2014 at 7:30 AM
That's wonderful that Katsanova is well and that he and Fanta are playmates now. Tabini will be friends with both of them before long. Thank you very much for the nippy breezes--another hot and humid summer week here. I also thank you for the delicious Queen of Pudding! Such lovely meringue too. I don't do well with meringue and am delighted if it is fluffy and not burned--fancy piping is beyond me. Even Woodee and Prudence had to have a small taste of meringue. I'm sending you some pillow cases filled with very warm, sunny breezes but without any humidity. Enjoy on those cold days!
By plaidcats on Jun 24, 2014 at 3:14 AM
Yep, been all over teh place at teh roks! Lernt sum cool stuff! I eben hab sum "cousins" i found. Calif, mostly, had a BIG pillow wif fossil too, but had to leave it when I moved... I have roks I've moved wif me... A lot get left. In a thousand years, I'd so love to be a fly on the wall, when they're wondering why a rok from Fl, a few fossils from Ut, sum from Venezuela, Rhode Island, AK, Mexico, etc.. are all in all the wrong places, together, or not. Just like now, maybe them shells got on that mountain cuz someone was al " heheh, this is gonna be GREAT!" 10000 yrs ago.
By plaidcats on Jun 24, 2014 at 12:40 AM
O what a rok it is, too!! Thank you, wow, that is beautiful, even gots he's shades! Haha ! Great photo! ( still looking, absorbed prolly hours) :D if anyone wants to sidetrack me, animals and roks, yep. How big is he? See wut you did, now I gotta research n.z. Jade. Did you find him? More pics. Wanna see. Pc:)
By cataff on Jun 16, 2014 at 8:41 AM
Wow, that is some story about Katsanova! I hope it was only a reaction to all the Friskies and that the sneezing bouts are over now. I can't believe he ate the whole thing!!! I had a Himalayan who opened a bag of cat food for herself but didn't come close to eating all of it. Katsanova must be going through a growth spurt to be going after noms so much. I'm glad you were able to see some of the critter cams at least. They are supposed to move the three inside bears outside today. After a day in an isolated outside enclosure, the staff will decide when to mix them with the other four already outside. I hope we will see more bears with more in the big enclosure. There is no rest at all for me this summer, and I have accepted it after seeing how long it will take to get all those new lessons ready. Hubcat has two pre-surgical appointments this week. June 30 will be here in no time, and that will increase the work load. Thank you very, very much for the cookie and the terrific delivery system! I gave the eagle some mice the ferals donated and snarfed down the cookie before any kittehs came begging to share. Your weather sounds lovely. We are hot and very, very humid. That is our typical summer, but it seems one never really gets used to humidity like what we have. The kittehs are lying on top of the thermice to take advantage of the coolness. Here are some white amaryllis blooms for you.
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