- Pets and Animals
I Think We're Supposed to Eat It.
The Reason I have called you here today....
Has this always been here?
Almost got it...
You were doing it wrong
Nobody Puts Baby In the Corner
I wuz born kewt. What's your excuse?
What's a cat gotta do to get some milk around here?
I think we're supposed to eat it. You're joking--right?
Found Your Bug.
Call Me "Cute" One More Time...
Yeah it's pretty much catastrophic. After such a catastrophe you are probably catatonic. Are you kitten me? You know what they say, you can never be tew kewt!
I noticed that this hub was not featured. I looked it over and concluded that I did not meet the word criteria to be featured. So the world missing out some of the cutest kittens ever being associated with come of the cutest and corniest but ever because I did not run together enough run on sentences. Those kittens won't "cute" themselves. And while brevity is surely the sole of wit, if wit had a shoe size, I am more than willing to sacrifice both with an wisdom in order that some hungry kittens might have their day in the sun.
And so I hold forth in this time and place. Declaring that cuteness must have its day and cuddly kittens must have their way and surely I will have reached 700 words or so sometime soon.
I think that in the beginning I referred to the article as the 7 habits of highly effective kittens. An title to which I will surely one day return because it is inherently cuter than "I think we're supposed to eat it". But over time, one must be willing to try both in different venues to see which title garners more attention. Or perhaps I could come up with a different cuter title. "Kewt Attack"? "Cute Kittens"? "Cuddle Kewt Kittens". Have to be careful not to include more than two Ks in a row. Don't want to get associated with awful people. I think the only time you can get away with multiple Ks is with strikeouts in baseball.
While it's darned hard to be cuter than a gaggle of kittens who chanced upon a jackpot windfall of an entire bucket of milk, in the compute age few could resist the image of kittens who know darned well how to use electronic equipment properly and who are not shy at all about letting us know that we are most certainly "doing it wrong".