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Cheese, just because he said “stop trying to butter me up”…
And, yeah, there’s this human down there with a ladder, but he’s no use at all. Just corrects my word usage. Yeah, he meets a talking cat, a phone talkin’ cat, no less, and all he can do is correct its English. I tell ya, I ain’t got no patience.
I’ll have to see if I can complain to someone about the way they’re drawing me.
And the Wee Pyrotechnicians haven’t had any serious accidents since their last meeting.
On the other hand, I doubt if Ernesto could keep up with Petey’s frenzied pace of inactivity.
I’d mentioned the star in an answer to another post above, before scrolling down and seeing that you beat me to it. Apart from any merit that veganism may have, I’ve always thought it an odd term to use for it. Although to be fair, I believe the star is pronounced vay-ga, while vegan is said as vee-ga.
It does look like one, whether that’s intended or not.
I recalled that Vega is a star. On looking it up, it is about 25 light years from us, and the possibility of planets orbiting it has not been disproven.
I can only assume that the Vegans among us are from one of those planets, and have come here in peace to share their recipes. Let’s accept that they mean well, and that a simple “no thank you” will suffice for anything particularly unappetizing.
I wonder if the people of the Vega system brought cats with them.
Well, maybe they can leave it out in the hall and take their breaks there.
Here in southern New England, the snow has been melting since the last little snowfall a week or so ago. We may get off without more shoveling, although we’ve seen the occasional April snow storm.
I understand selfies if you want a picture of yourself, and there’s nobody around to take it for you. But wouldn’t it be easier for the kids to take pictures of each other?
After shoveling, of course.