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Old 9th Apr 2018, 8:35 PM #801
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Still waiting for your cat to type something


That cat decided not to type anything. It wasn't anything important, she decided.

But she DID ask me to say hello to everyone for her. Didn't want to be rude, I suppose.

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Old 10th Apr 2018, 4:52 PM #802
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Quote:
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That cat decided not to type anything. It wasn't anything important, she decided.

But she DID ask me to say hello to everyone for her. Didn't want to be rude, I suppose.


A polite cat? A rarity! Pet her head from me

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Old 10th Apr 2018, 10:16 PM #803
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A polite cat? A rarity! Pet her head from me


Indeed - she may be sassy, but rude is nowhere to be seen in her vocabulary!

Life is paradoxically coincidental to the ironical tyranny applicable to the unparalleled definition of reverse entropy.

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Old 14th Apr 2018, 2:25 PM #804
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I really hate that the gate that came with Late night is 6 squares long, but snaps to the half grids making it hard to fit anywhere.

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Old 17th Apr 2018, 3:51 PM #805
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You know how teachers always tell us not to do things last minute? So why do they always do things last minute to make us do stuff last minute?
Old 2nd May 2018, 5:00 AM #806
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So when I was like 18 or so, a guy down the street had a 1969 Mustang Boss 302 for sale for $5000, which ran (badly) and was intact (sort of). I was almost stupid enough to buy it for my 'real' car at the time (which would have been an unmitigated disaster, but I was a stupid 18 year old who hadn't owned a car at that point)... thankfully I didn't, and a year or so later got a RECENT new-used (2006) Mustang which has worked fine as a 'real' car for the most part. Disaster averted...

Lately though, I keep wishing he had that car for sale NOW, so I could buy it as a PROJECT car, since I really want some long-term project where I can build something... Restoring furniture is getting boring, and I have enough furniture already... restoring a car like that could be fun.

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Old 2nd May 2018, 5:22 AM #807
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I hope not, sweetie! Have you had a checkup recently?

I just saw this, and feel better that you care.

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Old 2nd May 2018, 5:26 AM #808
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I finally got rid of my huge-ass desk and replaced it with a smaller one. The monitor sits a tad higher and only now I noticed that it's slightly askew, but enough to bother me.

Edit: ''Fixed'' it with the good ol' method called cardboard. Shoved a piece under it's foot and now it sits even again.

My monitor sits on a little ice chest, to put it just below eye level. Wonder what other set up people come up with.

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Old 2nd May 2018, 5:29 AM #809
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Indeed - she may be sassy, but rude is nowhere to be seen in her vocabulary!

MY cat, typing:
n c c c lkjn

cat insists she is done. Cat refuses to translate
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and The Pat refuses to apologize for triple posting. Having had such a terrible few weeks (with more to come) that when I came home today I was saying to myself "don't throw the cat at husband". Don't know why I was telling myself that, I don't WANT to throw the cat at husband. He's bigger than me. And cat thrown at anything would result in a mess I would have to clean up. So want to distroy something..Or swear and stamp and scream. Very undignified.

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Old 2nd May 2018, 12:34 PM #810
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MY cat, typing:
n c c c lkjn

cat insists she is done. Cat refuses to translate


Never call cats cute... I can't decipher the last bit but it sure sounds dangerous already.

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Old 4th May 2018, 5:30 AM #811
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Never call cats cute... I can't decipher the last bit but it sure sounds dangerous already.


Cute or not, I would expect all cats to be dangerous to someone who's still stuck as very (to cats, anyway) edible and tasty-looking hamster...

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Old 4th May 2018, 9:36 AM #812
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Cute or not, I would expect all cats to be dangerous to someone who's still stuck as very (to cats, anyway) edible and tasty-looking hamster...


squeeks
No eat pls

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Old 23rd May 2018, 8:53 AM #813
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I think I'll keep count of how often I've been called Jesus from now on.
Current Jesus count: 4

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Old Yesterday, 8:05 AM #814
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That isn't double-posting, if the first was from a hamster and the second from Jesus.
But in that case, I've essentially called you Jesus and the count stands at 5.

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Old Yesterday, 1:38 PM #815
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Jesus count: 5

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Old Yesterday, 8:18 PM #816
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My ipad alarm quacks- duck noises are a great way to wake up from a nap, much nicer than the blaring ringing of a generic alarm clock. Ringtones are important, I was on the bus recently in the morning and some old dude's phone was mooed. Aye, cow noises as a rigntone are a great thing. He made us wait for three moos (probs to appreciate how fabulous that cow obviously is) before answering.
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