Actually from what I’ve read, I sort of think Her majesty would have been highly amused by this one. (As long as it was out of the public view. She was pretty big on appearances.)
I live next to a 1400 ft tall hill, the main road goes over it. Kids who live on it go to school in the valley and many ride bikes to school. It’s not the calves that got huge. I dated a guy in highschool who lived up there, his thighs were so big he had to get specially re-tailored jeans. He went on to become a professional bull rider. Guess those huge thigh muscles got some good use.
Sadly this sounds exactly like my tomcat. He will hold out for his favorite foods even if it kills him. (Lardbutt lost from 22 lbs down to 16 lbs over the last 2 years.) He’s exactly where he is supposed to be in weight but keeping him from losing more is an expensive chore.
Nope, I’m too busy hiding under the bed. Trying to get away from all the armed scary clowns…
My present cat is the first finicky cat I’ve ever owned. Over the decades I’ve had all manner of cats and all of them were good eaters… then came Fuzzbutt. So a year ago as he hit 22 lbs I took over his feeding from my husband and my first comment was, Eat it my way or go hungry. He’s now down to 15 lbs and is much healthier and he… eats what I give him.
Giving the reboot time to settle. However, can someone please enlighten me. Are the majority of the skin tones supposed to be greenish grey or is this just some colorist at GoComics who’s being weird?
They must of carefully culled their data to avoid such groups as Seventh Day Adventists to get that %.
He needs to get in touch with the real world, my husband’s working 16 hr days this entire week and had to work Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. I’d be working the same if I didn’t have to use my vacation hours this week or lose them.
That’s exactly what I was thinking of. He’d be perfect there.
Hmm wonder if she knows about the hot water trick? Heat some water, put about 2 inches of hot water in a pan, invert jar and stand in water. Let stand in water about 1 minute. Remove jar, easily remove lid using a rubber glove or other sticky rubber piece to grip both lid and jar. My husband is an over-tightener. I’m non-exerciser unless forced to. Believe me I know all the tricks to get jars open.