June 8th 2010 3:14 pm
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The Striped Nuisance, handsome he may be, but smart... Not so very!
He was so excited to receive a Hero Ribbon rosette from his friend. Tigger ~ Not only is the rosette named "Hero" but Tigger actually used that very word on his message to our family.
... and they say "The Striped Nuisance's ego grew 3 times that day"
That *ego* must have temporarily restricted blood-low to the SN's brain - because he went to send a large PotP rosette back to Tigger from our family. (complete with a sweet message)
and ended up sending that rosette to HIMSELF. Himself!!!
MoL - MoL - MoL - Oh My Cats...I couldn't make up these things!
OK... I'll admit it. I did that once with a forever gift.
Yeah... I felt like an idiot.
*stands in solidarity with his friend Nuk
Boys we gotta talk..no kidding..MOL..
Oh Noes! Buddies? ... Guys? ... You did it too?
At least I've got some GREAT company while the Smacky here is trying to make me feel "less than smart."
By the way Smacky, you got things somewhat wrong.
It was NOT my *ego* that grew... it was my heart! ~ Can your own heart be as tiny as the rest of you is?
And ammm... If anyone is reflected here as being "less than smart" dear. Your prior diary entry where you tell the world that you *intentionally* ate the Aloe Vera plant. (You were determined and resolved to eat that plant)
A plant which is documented to have toxic effects on the gastrointestinal systems of felines.
How is that so smart?
no doubt: y-chromosome is not responsible for intelligence.
but x-chromosome is perfectly equipped for scientific curiosity. baby aloes do not harm genius.
The only plants that Mancats eat are grass & Catnip(OK,I eat a little Lemon grass now & again,but the keyword is Grass;plus it's tangy!). Check & Mate,I believe.