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Such a wonderful toy must cost a fortune. The design alone puts it into luxury class.
Elvis needs the Woman to groom him.
My Spanish is very basic, so I was hoping someone could tell me the idiomatic equivalent.
Since they are refusing to groom Elvis, he isn’t quite as dapper as he should be.
And Buzzy Mouse is buzzing.
What’s Spanish for “Miss Smartyknickers”?
It doesn’t make any difference what you call them. People sing, and that ruins all the music. The human voice never sounds so horrible as when it is raised in song.
Puck sympathizes with the Woman as she cleans it up. And shows his fangs when Elvis is tactless.
I think of hairballs as coming from longhairs only. Never had one from a shorthair. Can you get a hairball from a Siamese?
Pssst! Amy Nurse, I saw your comment from a few days ago.
Your English teacher should have taught you that a petard is a bomb. Shakespeare’s words are “hoist with his own petard”.If your English teacher didn’t teach you that, sue.
Your English teacher should have taught you that a petard is a bomb. Shakespeare’s words are “hoist with his own petard”.
If your English teacher didn’t teach you that, sue.
I’m told that children do this. It might be true. There’s a hulking great seventeen year old hanging around in our house. I can’t think who he is or where he came from, unless there is some connection with the baby we once had.
Very wise, Elvis. My wife works in child care, and is always picking up germs from the children. I tell her to dunk them in a vat of Dettol as soon as they arrive, but she says she’s not allowed to.
But it is a cat’s duty to keep sick people company, and they certainly have curative properties. And wearing a biohazard hood messes up your hair. (Frame 7.5)