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Desc:You'd think they would'nt be scared of something that smells like pussy.
Category:Pets & Animals, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:cats, cucumber, CATegory
Submitted:Callamon
Date:11/19/15
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Lef
Pussy smells like cucumbers? What have I been eating all these years?
infinite zest
A big, gigantic bag full of..


Zucchini! Yeah that's the first time I've heard of that; usually it's just fish. Maybe it's a body wash or something? My dick always smells like peppermint. Thanks Dr. Bronner!

infinite zest
There could be more to this Pusstery than meets the eye though. I think it was Proust that wrote about his pee smelling weird after eating Asparagus; turns out only 50% of us do. And I can't remember which one but the same gene (or lack thereof) makes some vegetable smell and taste exactly like Lye soap, or like how it's supposed to regularly taste. So maybe cucumbers really do smell like vaginas to some, or else maybe the submitter just lives above a sushi restaurant. Who's to say?

EnochEmery
I tried this using a banana with the same effect. Charlie bounced and ran.
I know this makes me an asshole, but it was for science. I wanted to see if the reaction was exclusive to cucumbers. I did give Charlie some chicken for his trouble though.
infinite zest
I think what fedex said is right, that any object will do it, but besides my large human body I've also left other objects behind cats when they're eating, like shoes and socks and things. And one time I even left a can of tunafish right behind a friend's cat I was taking care of who was super afraid of me for the first couple of days, just to sort of say "there's more where that came from and I want to be your friend" and she didn't react either. Cat mysteries.

infinite zest
I think what fedex said is right, that any object will do it, but besides my large human body I've also left other objects behind cats when they're eating, like shoes and socks and things. And one time I even left a can of tunafish right behind a friend's cat I was taking care of who was super afraid of me for the first couple of days, just to sort of say "there's more where that came from and I want to be your friend" and she didn't react either. Cat mysteries.

fedex
I think what fedex said is right, too...

Old_Zircon
Maybe they think the cucumbers are turtles? Experience has taught me that if there's one thing the cat brain simply can't abide, it's a turtle.
That guy
makes sense
probably because turtles can patiently wait for a cat to get more and more brazen with their paw-swatting curiosity until CHOMP

SolRo
You'd react the same way.

BECAUSE ITS A SNAKE!! OH GOD!!!!
Old_Zircon
That's my best guess too, but I'd still rather think they think it's a turtle.

fedex
actually its because cats (and many other animals) are at their most vulnerable when they are eating, face down in the food.

So, they check out their environment thoroughly before they start to eat.
They are probably CAT-aloging (see what I did there?) all the relevant objects in their vicinity and making a sort of mental snapshot along the way.

Thus, when ANY new object is introduced into their immediate environment
WHEN THEY AREN'T LOOKING, it freaks them the hell out when they finally
see it.

infinite zest
Yeah I was wondering that too..I get the snake thing, but if I put an avocado down, well that's shaped like a rat. I can't say I've ever tried this (not that I'd want to and I'm also temporarily catless except for my girlfriend's cats) but I know there were times when I quietly walked up behind my own, not to startle them, but just to watch, standing right over them but not in their line of vision and I don't think they noticed me until they turned, and they were never spooked. They were just like "hey."

SolRo
If you want to test it, put down a small toy the cat plays with.

If the reaction is identical, then your hypothesis has merit.

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