Teh Squeaky Wheel
It’s “Off The Wall Caturday”, Wheelizens!
Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
When Mrs. Paddy and I were first married, our cat (still a kitten) would run up the arm of the sofa, across the wall, then down the other arm.
I will never ever ever eat Chinese food from that place down the hill again.
That is all.
I hope you didn’t look like that guy in Fatwa’s post.
It is kind of fun to have the pitter patter of little feet around the house, twelve of them.
We are taking care of Elena’s niece’s three cats for a week while the family is on vacation. We can spoil them and then send them home.
Paddy, my folks had a cat that loved to play rough with us using a hand puppet. When the cat felt the puppet was scoring too many points she would run up the arm of the sofa, across the back, and attack our shoulder or arm. Then she would run off to come back and do battle with the puppet some more.
Sven, I hope you are not too sick. It is always annoying but it can be much more serious. Please be careful.
Thanks, Mac. Just an inconvenience. And I’ve learned my lesson.
Bad Chinese food? Sorry, Sven.
I ‘m hoping it will “pass “quickly.
I haven’t done much of anything today but eat and nap.
No visits to TMP until tomorrow.
I mashed a wrong button.
I didn’t think I was through, but I guess I was.
See ya later!
Ugh. Yes, Rabbit, things did pass quickly, but I’m kind of back on my feet. Unfortunately, the day is about done and then it’s Sunday and then it’s back to work. Ugh.
Watching teevee tonight, I learned that the term “anchor baby” is offensive and that there’s no such thing anyways so I guess this recent story was completely fabricated:
The difference, Sven, is that the Chinese mothers-to-be came in the front door, lying about the reason for their visit to the U.S. The mothers of typical anchor babies sneak across the border. Also, the Chinese mothers leave with their children soon after they are born, intending to return years later -- the other type never leave.