It's a fool who plays it cool by making his world a little colder.
mostly silly, with a 20% chance of science
LOL! Cats always seem to come around to just about any food, don't they?
Yup, pretty much! They usually only get wet food once a week (when the Sunday sushi arrives, so they don't bug us too much), but as soon as I took this out of the cupboard to photograph the amusing French translation, they went so crazy that I had to give it to them.
lol @ sans nom ! ! !
Ah, cat food with DIY nom. The beast approves heartily.
Is the Beast bilingual yet?
He's trilingual: his native language is Strine.
I've seen that no name translation so many times, and never thought anything of it till now...
Hee hee! Strine! My friends and I went through a major Strine phase when Neighbours was really popular, drove our parents crazy.SM, I only looked because we hadn't bought that brand before... the juxtaposition with "dinner for cats" really jumped out at me!
I always think "Yogurt without grass" when I look at the wrong side of the non-fat yogurt packaging. And my cat really is bilingual. I can call the few phrases she understands ("NO!" and "come here!") in either Dutch or English and the response is the same. (Yes, there actually is a response, although I have to yell "NO!" with increasing anger about 3-5 times before demolition activities cease. "Come here" has a much higher success rate.)
I think my cats just about know what their names are. Any other instructions are ignored...
I miss the sans nom brand or, for most of the time, the superstore brand. Before I started school here in the US, I cannot even remember the last time I bought name brand tuna. But then I miss random Cdn things like getting PFK delivered...hehe
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