Thanks for the #309, although I discovered my embarrassing typo. ( “... He also LIKE to peck ... .” ) The more I’ve repeated it to myself, though, the funnier the mistake has become. It sounds like a foreign accent or something. Thanks, too, for #310 Star Trek. Glad you’re back. I got a little worried. (But only a little.) ☺xo♥ॐ∞.
I forgot to tell you this sooner, but I literally got into a bona fide laughing jag that I could not stop over the shit you wrote about that guy trying to sell the chairs. I had read it a couple of times and laughed in all the same places, so I invited my Dad in and read it all aloud to him and couldn’t get through it without laughing until I was choking. He almost got pissed and threatened to call an ambulance. Jesus Fuck, I was crying. So vicious and SO delightful. “We all hate you.” Oh, God. I may start up again. Thanks for the unmitigated braingasm. xo♥ॐ∞.
Thanks Oodles for #293: 1. “... those two ropes.” 1.2. “... actual landscape backdrops.” and for #294: 2.999. “... envious dogs.” 2. “Terry Jones ... Silly Rides.” (Doesn’t the guy on the bike look exactly like Mister Creosote?) xo♥ॐ∞.
Thanks a Bunch for TWDT#286 / 11.23.2014: #1.) The same truck he uses to rescue kittens from trees and hurl them into garbage fires. “(wow, just wow)”
This, which I’d seen right around then, was the inspiration for that. I was thinking the cat had to’ve been scared just by the rescue itself, and would be totally freaked-out by having been dropped, or the logical extension of being thrown when it thought it was being saved. Then I pondered where the worst place would be to be thrown. It was so absurd, I had a laughing jag at myself. [I was also glad that, when I’d thought of ‘wood-chipper’ days later, I hadn’t chosen the overused overkill of that, because the ‘garbagefire,’ solution also brought with it the cop’s negative opinion of the cats being thrown.]