Sunday! Great. There is an enormous amount of people who think that their cats are like dogs. Pretty much every cat owner you meet tells you about their dog-like cat. "Oh, Tabs is cool, she's just like a dog".
Oh, really? You know who else's cat acts like a dog? The past 7,000 cat owners I've met.
That made me sound so aggressive. Sorry, here:
Adorable Kitten Last Moments. Time Life Magazine.
It's funny when people end a story they are telling with "End of Story."
Okay, "so that was the end right?".
"Yeah, end of story".
"So I told her to shut up and get in the car, end of story".
"You must agree, that was a great end of the story. End of story.".
Or sometimes people say,"period".
"That's it! Period."
We don't have to do that ever. We can use inflection nowadays.
I can't tell if the little guy on the right is just in a weird perspective in the picture, or just really little.
I went to a library recently. It was a little one here by my apartment. They had a corner that was designated, "The Teen Action Zone". Wow. What goes on in the Teen Action Zone? I picture kids in braces making out. But, actually reading goes on in the Teen Action Zone.
I guess a library is one of the only places that can have a "Teen Action Zone". Some places you can't name The Teen Action Zone:
1. The backseat of your car.
2. Your computer.
3. Your mind. (and then point to it and say, you know what this?...It's the T.A.Z.)
I alway's get kind of weary when I drive through an area that has this sign posted:
I always grip the wheel really tight and lean in really close, like I'm expecting deaf children to dart out and hang on the car like a safari. I picture so many deaf kids that's its like the monkeys in the kitchen of the house in Jumanji.
Okay. Have a nice afternoon.