Australia, 1942: A visiting American soldier comments on how much smaller the rats are compared to his native Brooklyn.
Oh man, (rummage, rummage) I am in such trouble! My big presentation (shuffle, shuffle) is due in ten minutes (rustle, rustle), and I can’t find my kitten! (panic, panic) I could swear I put it (slam, slam, slam, slam) in one of these (slam) drawers, but…
Psssst — I’m right over here, genius. You know, where you filed me?
Uh, right. I knew that.
In today’s post, the role of “frantic bunny” was played by Jessica H., and the role of “sarcastic kitten” was played by Matt and Brandi.
Class, CLASS! Quiet!
We’re going to review a very important lesson, the definition of the axis of Snorgling. If you recall, this essential cuddling area was first coined in October ’07 on this very website. It goes like this;
First, Find a limp, sleeping kitteh, preferably warm to the toche.
Second, locate warm, defenseless neck area. For example:
Third, locate the “Axis of Snorgling“, an elusive concave area, created by the crook of a neck—it must be large enough for one human nose (see green circle in figure A)
Lastly, Bury nose into Axis of Snorgling, and stay there until someone tells you you’re weird and that you should act like an adult. Repeat as needed, until kitteh/boy/girlfriend runs away.
AoS samples provided by Clark and Claire T. and Kat in Vancouver. Not sure what snorgling is? Get a clue.
…A gorgeous little pup, lying around, looking completely innocents.
But then, someone asks—”Hey, what happened to our pet bird? Where’d he go?”
Jason and Shannon F. say this is all that was left…
1. “The bartender wouldn’t let me leave.”
2. “It takes a lot of time to dump a body.”
3. “Your wife didn’t have my breakfast ready on time.”
What’s YOUR excuse, Tali K.? Excuses carefully culled from Keepers of Lists.
As promised, folks who submitted featured photos will receive a free calendar.
Trouble is, we can’t find some of you! If you submitted photos for the calendar and your name appears on the list below, we’re looking for you. Please contact us at “Workman2010 [at] CuteLabs [dot] com”.
Alun & Juliet
Bryan H. (Cable One)
Daniel P. (DSL extreme)
Erica G. (Indiana U.)
Holly H. (Whirlpool)
Jasmine B. (AOL)
Jen L.C. (Gmail)
Jennifer G. (Ajilon)
Jessica D.S. (UIUC)
Kate G. (Hotmail)
Kristin D. (Laika)
Mark H. (UNH)
Sarah S. (Henrico)
Scarlett R. (Comcast)
Well, your distributor cap is a little cracked, and your timing belt and spark plugs need replacing.
I should be able to have it back to you by tomorrow, if I can get the parts, that is.
Will that be cash, Robin C. — or do you want us to bill you? (pffft, snort, giggle.)