“…you got me with the ‘TARFUN’.”
Same here, I had to look it up. But I was in the Air Force (or as the other branches like to call us the “Chair Force”) so two outta three ain’t bad! We were smart, we sent our officers in to do the dirty work! I have a friend who is a former Marine and he once tried to shame me by saying “at least I was in the military. You were in the Air Force. Ninth in our nation’s line of defense, right behind the Girl Scouts!” I agreed with him, told him “Right where I want to be, send them in first! And don’t forget we still have the Brownies!”
“But…but you already have it!”
It does. Maybe not on the same scale as dogs but cats do find comfort in the smell of their “servants.” After-all they do mark us as their property!
As 11 or 12 year-olds a friend and I did this. We were walking home from school and saw what we thought was a beehive. (Learned later that it was a swarm of bees resting while looking for a new hive.) He hit them with a stick and it was like a water balloon popped in slow-motion. They all started to fall but before they hit ground they took flight and we “ran like the wind!” Neither of us got stung and I don’t know what happened to the bees but they weren’t around when we walked by the next day.
“Whoever said indoor plumbing was a blessing never had to work on it.”
“ROAD DOGS OUT!” I was one too.
“I think we had Addled Cats and Demented Cats.”
Well perhaps they’re DC and you’re running them on AC, or they could require 220v and you’re running them on 110v.
If I bought trail mix that had jelly beans in it that would be all it had in it by the time I was willing to share!
I suspect he never has guests. And if the dog or cat could open the door he probably wouldn’t have pets either!
Check with Martha Stewart.