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There are cats and cats. - Denis Diderot Patricia Highsmith with "Ripley" "Pangur, white Pangur, How happy we are Alone together, scholar and cat." Aldous Huxley with "Limbo" The Literate Cat
When the Grandpa family came upstairs to evict Alice from their bed, she revealed it was actually her birthday. The Grandpas cheered and whooped, then told her to hurry up and get out. So Alice has successfully survived to become a teenager. She’s gained the trait of ‘unlucky’. Upon returning home, I discover that Kev has a lot more to say to his daughter now that she’s grown up a bit. In particular, he now has a large variety of very specific insults for her, rather than mere generic arguments. Growing up « Alice and Kev
Hyperbole and a Half
The ducks in the bathroom are not mine. From: David Thorne Date: Thursday 21 May 2009 10.16am To: Helen Bailey Subject: Pets in the building Dear Helen, Thankyou for your letter concerning pets in my apartment.
Todd Lamb Notes From Chris Welcome to the “ Notes From Chris” gallery. These are notes that I post around New York City from a mysterious man named Chris. Chris wants to do tedious things with people.
Gary: Landlord of the Flies
No Ordinary Rollercoaster — Just Gay Enough
WE ARE COSMO
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel is $2.99 at Amazon right now. I'm not sure if that will be matched, but fingers crossed. This is the first book in Mantel's series, and it was a HUGE word of mouth phenomenon when it came out. This is the story of Henry VIII's… read more » Here is a text transcript of DBSA Podcast 73. What We're Reading, and When You Re-Read a Series. Smart Bitches, Trashy Books | Romance Novel Reviews | Come for the Dominican Bitches, Stay for the Man Titty | The Playboy Sheikh’s Virgin Stable Girl by Sharon Kendrick
Wave At The Bus
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After a day at the races in England, a friend told Mark Twain, “I wish you’d buy me a ticket back to London. I’m broke.” Twain told him he couldn’t afford two tickets but proposed that his friend sneak aboard the train and hide under Twain’s seat. Then he bought two tickets anyway. When the train had got under way, the inspector appeared to collect Twain’s ticket. When Twain gave him two, he looked about the compartment and said, “Where’s the other one?” Baggage
The Lightning and the Lightning-Bug
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