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Topics to liven things up around here by mrsteabag on 7 August 2010 4:38pm
 
1. Full frontal nudity
2. If toast falls buttered side down, and cats land on their feet, what happens if you butter a cat?
3. Which foods that Michael has sampled in his travels would you most or least like to try? Why or why not?
4. I want your ugly; I want your disease--oh, sorry, Lady Gaga is running in my head again
5. New applications for lemon curd.
Discuss.

 
Re: Topics to liven things up around here by mp_addict19 on 7 August 2010 8:42pm
 
I don't know about buttering a cat, but I can tell you this one time when my brother was small and not tall as he is now (he's 13 and almost six foot. I'm 18 and 5'3''), we used to have this calico named Ally. Well, the downstairs bathroom was closed and Jake (my brother) and Ally were in there. When the door opened, he shampooed and lotion the cat. It was a moment that should have been photographed.
 
Re: Topics to liven things up around here by perfectbitch on 8 August 2010 10:14am
 
When we moved house several years ago, I was advised to butter my cats feet before letting it out for the first time. Apparently, by licking off the butter, the cat learns the smell and taste of the new home and so won't get lost. I don't know how accurate that is but I did it anyway.

Linz
 
Re: Topics to liven things up around here by kazzzz on 8 August 2010 10:17am
 
Really, I prefer lemon curd rather than butter on my cats.
 
Re: Topics to liven things up around here by mp_addict19 on 9 August 2010 10:08pm
 
I've tried lemon curd on a piece cinnamon raising toast. My God it was good!
 



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