|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-07-26 |
-1 for not clawing his jugular out for being a New Yorker reader.
IT'S GOT GREAT POETRY IN IT.
ALL THE TIME.
|urbanelf - 2015-07-27 |
Five for recording yourself making frozen pizza.
|chumbucket - 2015-07-27 |
Cool setup of food placed on the counter with cat above while you shovel out your muscle man protein powder paying no attention to the cat or recording camera bro.
|EvilHomer - 2015-07-27 |
I don't get it. A cat jumped on a table. So what?
Once again, the sort of thing cat people find amusing.
Thumbs up for the music, though! Makes me feel like I'm in an iPhone commercial!
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That's an impressive leap. We'll happily buy you dinner, +Jeremy Husted.
... followed by a nice polite discussion about how this is probably an ad, and what people think about that.
I don't get why you'd put one in your kitchen. I guess there were times where my housemates would take my food so I just drank their beer, and quickly learned that it's easier to just eat a can of beans in the park for protein than leave anything that's yours in the fridge. But this doesn't look like one of those houses.. my guess is a lot of people are setting this up in their bedrooms if you know what I mean, and that's illegal.
It landed on the pizza, stupid.
People who think you have to be either a cat person or a dog person are fucking stupid.
It's a "chicken dinner", dumb-dumb, lern 2 read. And you can be a "neither" person. Neither-people are better than cat people, too!
|Old_Zircon - 2015-07-27 |
Can we have an "ACTING!" tag? This guy does not have the oil of Olivier.
|Binro the Heretic - 2015-07-27 |
Three stars, because this seems staged, but is entirely believable.
A total asshole of a cat we used to have did this to me once. He was sleeping on top of the fridge. Usually, when he wanted off the fridge, he would just lightly drop down to the counter right next to the fridge.
One morning, however, I had just finished making my sandwich for lunch. It was on the counter about five feet away from the fridge. I ducked down to get a sandwich bag from the drawer and suddenly heard a loud "thump!" I jumped back up to find four deep paw-prints in my sandwich and the cat was nowhere to be seen.
It was like he was saying, "I don't want to eat this, but I don't want you to have it, either."
This was the same prick cat who squatted over my bowl of rice & beans and took a piss on it while I was pouring a glass of tea. If I hadn't looked up at just the right time, I wouldn't have known until I took a bite.
I hated that fucking cat. It broke my mom's heart, but I was so glad when he finally died.
You think that's bad? One time a cat dropped 5 or 6 feet onto my face and chest while I was taking a bath, and then panicked. For no reason.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-07-27 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2015-07-27 |
That god damn music.
|Robin Kestrel - 2015-07-27 |
Sex with ducks.
|Xenocide - 2015-07-27 |
There are no fake cat videos, because that would imply that someone trained a cat to do something.
Cats are pretty easy to train. I've never done it on purpose but I know people who have, and I've definitely trained cats to do things purely by accident. I had one cat who I taught to hop up on my shoulder like a parrot just because I thought it was funny that if I out him up there he would sit there and I could walk around with him like that, so I kept doing it until it got to where I could just lean down when he was on a desk or table and he'd hop up. My parents have a cat right now that will fetch like a dog, and they didn't put any particular effort into teaching him that.
Hell, the drummer in my high school band toilet trained an iguana.
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