|Caminante Nocturno |
One of the hallmarks of owning a cat is paying money for a fancy-looking toy, and then watching your cats ignore it in favor of a paper bag or a twist tie. Cats teach many lessons to those who are willing to learn from them.
I know this is probably a tremendously shitty job, but the way Rowe does it is fun. To watch.
|Aubrey McFate |
I am intrigued by the Booker In A Cat Bag show.
$36,50 is an only slightly more preposterous price for a crinkly bag than is $24.35. It's great that QVC has this shit on consignment so they don't need to care too much if it sells or not.
We bought one of these for two bucks and it scared our cat so bad he hid for days.
Five stars for the cat chewing on something while in the bag.
|Billy Buttsex |
I want to be like Mike Rowe
Mike Rowe deserves a raise.
|A Jumping Spider! |
I'd crawl into a big crinkly bag. Hell yes I would.
|Corman's Inferno |
I do remember the Gong Show!
Is it ...bad... that I immediately knew he was going for an Unknown Comic riff?
|Syd Midnight |
Part of Mike Rowe's charm is his ability to cling to some last shred of dignity while in a perfectly ridiculous or humiliating situation.
My cat loves crinkly bags, but they give them away for free at the grocery store. "There's a cat, drawn on the bag. Amazing."
I paid more than that for my cat bag and it doesn't even crinkle.
"There's the crinkly sound once again, lest you forget."
Mike Rowe should sell cat bags door to door. I'd buy one.
best salesman ever
|Shotgun Jackson |
that is a dirty job
"The cat will be... magically... drawn to the bag. Yeah its weird, but cats are weird... so...".
I wonder if the frequent looks off to the side are him telling the producer "Are you kidding me?" or the other way around?
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