They’re going to need some Woman attention to remove all those prickly slivers their getting.
I know someone exactly like Lucy. And they get away with it too. Never did like that, especially as they always started it and then turned around and claimed they were the victim. One thing when it was me, but I watched them pull it on someone at school and no one listened to me when I tried pointing out they weren’t the victim they pretended to be.
Planta Tartarica Barometz.
Never seen the movie nor am I familar with any quotes from the movie. Actually, I should say not familar with hearing quotes from the movie since there are other movies I’ve never seen but I am familar with at least one quote from them. Casablanca <Citizen Kane, and The Graduate come to mind as examples of not seeing a film but being a little familar with having heard at least one quote. I think I’ve seen a clip from Marathon Man of someone getting tortured in a dentist chair. That would be my extent of knowledge of the movie.
Personally, I think it’s using Goldie as bait so it can get Puck or Elvis. It knows Lupin’s a cat of adventure and it’s only a matter of time before his adventerous nature brings him to it’s evil arms. But Puck and Elvis need to be lulled into a false sense of security. Not react to Goldie’s swat so it can bring down doom on them.
We need Tillie to deal with this cactus cat tree.
Suddenly I’m hearing James Earl Jones.
I seem to recall they used to allow the link code when I joined years ago. That was one of the first things they got rid of, either to stop bots or because some of the links may have been linking to sites that were infecting computers.
I was, but you just pointed out what we have to do to help the poor kitties to remove the slivers for their pads.
Guard Duck is the character thast got me into Pearls. Back when Pastis first introduced him I was reading the comics over on Yahoo1’s old comics page (do they even still have that page anymore?). I had certain comics I read then as I do now and I remember a few times where I’d accidently click a comic I didn’t regulary read. Did that three times with Pearls. The first couple of times was before Guard Duck and I wasn’t really interested in the strip. But then he introduced Guard Duck and I had to deliberately go back the next day to see if this little angry duck returned and what it did. That introductory arc to Guard Duck hooked me on Pearls.
Of course. And when he’s in Joe Cool mode he only has to worry about the manager at the supermarket where he works. Just like a mule, I might add.