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Do you have a cat?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by RJman, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. redcaimen

    redcaimen Senior member

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    A women that works here, she's in her late 70's/early 80's, been here 40+ years, anyway she comes up to talk to you and due to our seating arrangement here, when she is talking to me her ass is in the face of the guy next to me and vice versa. She has no sphincter control. None. She stands there talking to you and the other guy is getting blasted. She is at a point where she really does not care (she lets loose in the elevator, walking down the hall) and I think that is badass.

    Yes, I think its fair to describe someone who no longer has sphincter control as a "badass". I know someone with withering halitosis but I try not to badmouth her.

    Edit: Hhhmm. Rjman is on the prowl. Must learn to be quicker.
     
  2. redcaimen

    redcaimen Senior member

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    I have a civet cat, but he is less of a pet and more of a coffee machine.

    I bet you could market a coffee grinder in the shape of a civet with the ground coffee indelicately emerging from the hindquarters. Sad to say, if I saw something like this in some shop I would probably buy it. You could probably market it on the web and get some pretty good free advertisement if you sent some well placed PR's. Im not kidding. You could make money on this idea. Particularly now that you can outsource design and manufacturing to china or something.
     
  3. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I bet you could market a coffee grinder in the shape of a civet with the ground coffee indelicately emerging from the hindquarters. Sad to say, if I saw something like this in some shop I would probably buy it. You could probably market it on the web and get some pretty good free advertisement if you sent some well placed PR's. Im not kidding. You could make money on this idea. Particularly now that you can outsource design and manufacturing to china or something.

    Might be an odd design -- civets are pretty skinny animals, so the grinder might not be very efficient.

    Maybe a coffee roaster where you input bean by bean...
     
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    T4phage Senior member

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    What kind of poll is this with no Anne Hathaway?
     
  5. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    What kind of poll is this with no Anne Hathaway?

    I'd love to see her in a fisting video.
     
  6. redcaimen

    redcaimen Senior member

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    Might be an odd design -- civets are pretty skinny animals, so the grinder might not be very efficient.

    Maybe a coffee roaster where you input bean by bean...


    Kind of like one of those old fashioned mechanical piggy banks where uncle sam snatches your penny?

    I think Ed should market this civet cat thing. You can get all the product design stuff done over the internet by paying some overeducated guy in bombay about $400. Have the plans shipped to some eager chinese guy for manufacturing and even have it dropped shipped so you wont even have to touch it. Its tailor made for humorous fill on boring news days and there is also the subtle draw of purchasing your proof of being amongst the hip cognescenti. (sp?)
     
  7. rnoldh

    rnoldh Senior member

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    We have 2 cats and a dog.




    Rnoldh - if you want to step up the competition and get the cats back, give them Wellness brand wet cat food http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/. In taste and nutritional value, it puts all of the grocery store wet foods to shame.


    Thanks,

    I'll try that Wellness brand. I hope it's tasty to the little bastards. I miss them when they hang out over at the neighbor's place.

    Iams is pretty good cat food too, but I think they care more about what tastes good than what is good for them.

    I did not like cats either! Until a GF gave one to me 25 years ago. The GFs long, long gone but the pussies that count are still around. Beautiful women are a dime a dozen, but cats with the personality of my deceased baby "Little Cat", are one in a million. I think I might bury her ashes with me, though I don't know if a Jewish cemetery would have a problem with that? Anyone have an opinion?
     
  8. X-It

    X-It Senior member

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    Hey, what are you doing with my cat?

    [​IMG]


    Cute! [​IMG]
     
  9. bbaquiran

    bbaquiran Senior member

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    I have a civet cat, but he is less of a pet and more of a coffee machine.

    A salad, spaghetti and coffee? Nice.

    What do you do for dessert?
     
  10. HORNS

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    I'd love to see her in a fisting video.

    Oh god, yes.
     
  11. JetBlast

    JetBlast Senior member

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    [​IMG]

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    I can haz Lanvin?

    JB
     
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    ^Awwwwwww! I just felt this supernova of warmness in my heart, JetBlast. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. JetBlast

    JetBlast Senior member

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    Kitty with blue collar is named Lockheed, red collar is Martin (in honor of the venerable Lockheed Martin aircraft builders).

    Recently they have been Republican Cat and Democrat Cat though.

    JB
     
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    I've posted this pic before, but my cat was so darn cute I just can't resist posting it again: [​IMG]
    Kitty. kitty. kitty! Kitty wanna scratch?
     
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    What is the attraction of a pet who looks down on you? I want my animals to understand that they are inferior to me.
    It generally craps outside and also doesn't bark all bleeping night... On the other hand. it is just waiting for you to stop moving so it can dine. That's is why it snuggles up to you to see if you are cold yet. They are also bad news for rodents. Hardly anyone is killed by vicious house cats.
     
  17. Reggs

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    Cats are like women.

    I want to get a Scottish Fold eventually.

    [​IMG]

    When I do, I have no doubt that all my time will be devoted to making LOLcat pictures of it.
     
  18. Orsini

    Orsini Senior member

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    My childhood cat, skippy, was just put down at the old age of about 23...
    Too bad. Poor kitty. But that is pretty old for a cat. My "family" had a cat. I am pretty sure they trained it to bite me...
     
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    Orsini Senior member

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    ...i don't like the idea to eat them.
    Cats are stringy. Dog ain't so bad...
     
  20. HORNS

    HORNS Senior member

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    Cats are like women.

    I want to get a Scottish Fold eventually.

    [​IMG]

    When I do, I have no doubt that all my time will be devoted to making LOLcat pictures of it.


    Scottish folds are notoriously very mellow cats. Wonderful cats.
     

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