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20111126

Nov 26 2011

"No, you cannot substitute a chicken for a guide dog. Have you seen a chicken cross the road?!"

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"Don't wash the cat with the cheese! Heed my warnings, stay safe. Leave the cheese for the porcupine."
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20 comments:

  1. I see them cross the road numerous times... considering my neighbor has a small flock with a rooster that seems to think all day is sunrise.

    oh what a waste of good cheese... unless it's Limburger cheese. blah. spare the cheddar and pass the crackers!!!!

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  2. No, I never wash my cats with cheese. Butter, now that's a different story!

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  3. By George, buy product averted - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -26 November 2011 16:53

    Thank our lucky seein'stars for The Sleep Talkin' Man's guidance to put our Safety First; looking both ways to get to the other side in one piece...dognabit!...no chick'n-sh*t about that!
    errr, we may end up catchin' that cheesebug and get all cheesed up'bout overall the cheesing and the crackin' jokes grated by the pork u pined in this scenerio to be scened by bystanding onlookers beholding their nosy business however stinkin' it is...and forewarned, STM sez, it stunks to high heaven...cheEeze! klik!

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  4. "Leave the cheese for the porcupine."

    Am I the only one imagining using the porcupine for cheese on sticks, possibly with the addition of pineapple, pickled onions and cocktail sausages? I imagine this version would be rather more difficult to eat than the usual kind.

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  5. Have any neuroscientists expressed an interest in sticking STM in a sleep lab, or in an MRI machine while he's sleeping, to see where in his brain this stuff happens, since it doesn't seem like it would be the usual places?

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  6. Even worse would be a seeing-eye hedgehog ... or a squirrel......

    Besides, the cat would rather eat the cheese, then wait with baited breath... 7X=Q

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  7. We're gonna need a bigger fondue pot...

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  8. Was that your husband sleep talking? Very interesting dream indeed. They sometimes say that sleep talking is also a sign of a very tiring day.

    -admin

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  9. t-shirt for the chicken!!

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  10. STAND TALL & shout-a-bout IT!28 November 2011 18:28

    http://www.yorkblog.com/pets/2011/03/cheese-sculpture-honors-famous.html

    Tasty Treasures - WET CAT FOOD
    thatz Friskin' beeswaxology-for-the-palate

    depicting four iconic Internet cats engaged in the various activities that made them famous:

    Standing Cat,
    Nora the Piano Cat,
    Gizmo the Flushing Cat and
    Monorail Cat

    i thinketh Sleepster Adam's onto something BIG'n
    cheeseliscious; mindfully speaking...

    A porcupined-out table setting to pick as one pleases-cubecheeses in and cheesed out,
    SMILE, a brush away.


    TID-BITs 'n BITES:
    { Since before recorded history, a variety of oral hygiene measures have been used for teeth cleaning. This has been verified by various excavations done all over the world, in which chew sticks, tree twigs, bird feathers, animal bones and porcupine quills were recovered.

    It has been found that milk and certain kinds of cheese like Cheddar can help counter tooth decay if eaten soon after the consumption of foods potentially harmful to teeth }

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  11. porcupine + block of mozzarella
    =equals=
    instant grated cheese!
    lol
    =)

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  12. I have a service dog, she's a psychiatric service dog. Basically I have Post traumatic stress disorder and she helps me keep my brain in the here and now. Having said that I found the chicken comment to be hilarious! There are times when I think STM lives a much more interesting life than any of us.

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  13. Haha I don't think I've actually laughed this much in a long time :L definitely a worthy thing :)

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  14. am I the only one not seeing new posts? Hope everything is ok Karen and Adam!!!!

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  15. I'm not seeing any new posts either...

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