Ummm, some experts say that cats and kittens were sacrificed to Bastet, the Cat Goddess. But, we all know how many kittens a cat can have, and how often, too. So, I prefer to believe better of the Egyptians, that they honestly mourned for and mummified their beloved felines.
We’ve been at 65’ for heating for so long, I can’t remember when we started doing that. But, all of our houses have had their southern facades pretty well “windowed up”. So, cooling weather is blinds down, heating weather is blinds up, which means 65’ isn’t cold.
Dibs on the candlestick!!!
It was a family cartoon, in an age where said holidays existed, so, the characters celebrated them, so the watcher’s could enjoy a different view of the holidays. Kids like that kind of thing.
They get gobbled up.
How do you repair a broken pumpkin?
By using a pumpkin patch!
Thank you, Orange Peel Gazette, for that October gem.
And I’ll just bet you, the real reason why that baby’s face was mauled, had to do with the owner of the dog mistreating that poor dog!!!!!!
I’ll see your incorrect definitions, and raise you; using the same clues with the same answers too many times in a week! (And, I totally agree on the still expanding my vocabulary horizons.)
There is no help for aging, unless you die before you get there. These are called Senior Moments and they happen to everybody after age 50, or after age 60, if you’re lucky. Just you wait, one day too, you will forget to undo your seatbelt before getting out of the car. Or completely forget where you were going and why. Or forget your friend-you’ve-known-forever’s name.
Our cat, Josephine Louisa, is a Schedule Nazi, (Soup Nazi, from Seinfeld) I was sick and needed naps, she was a willing accessory. When I no longer needed them, she’d shout the house down every afternoon, because I wasn’t going to take “our” nap. (She also “yells” at us, if we are five minutes late getting up or going to bed, or don’t tell her when we’re leaving and how long we’ll be gone.)