No “galoops”, so it isn’t the Lone Haranguer.
After a while, decide that this thing with the universe isn’t working out and become two again, but keep in touch.
Petey’s picky eater ranking probably isn’t affected by bugs that he eats accidentally, if he takes reasonable precautions against accidents. Still, it’s not the kind of subject that I’d expect him to dwell on.
Exactly. And why even have your ringer on? You can check periodically to see if there are any voicemails.
I think the correct cat answer would not be “no”, or even “no!”, but “are you out of your #?!!☠️☆⚡️ mind?”
@misterdantes: I’m learning things from this discussion, including your comment, and looking up a few things just to double check. For example, I see, that the umlaut and the diaeresis are “homoglyphs”, a word which I had never heard before, although the meaning was immediately obvious. The word tréma describes the two dots, but it’s appropriate to refer to the dots as either an umlaut or a diaeresis depending on the use.
Off topic, but Woody Allen wrote an essay about a fictional playwright named Lovborg. He was originally Lövborg, but he took the two dots from over the O, and put them over his eyes instead.
In English, “naive” spelled with just a plain old dotted i is considered acceptable. And do you really want Pig imagining someone having diaeresis all over his cheese umlaut?
The ability to turn the ringer off on a phone was a great technical advance.
Will she be relieved when she finds out that that’s what it is?
It would have to be recent history. Having a corpse sitting across from you would feel awkward. Although if they’d been cremated, then I suppose having the urn there wouldn’t be so bad.