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Old Mar 17 2009, 07:14 PM   #81
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Haven't you all learn by now not to encourage him. He only gets worse.
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Yep Maw: I used up all the good ones years ago.

Are you writing Scarborough fair?
Parsing pages helps to pass time.
Remember Barquies evolve; so there ().
They were once a top feline line.




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His Barque is worse than his byte?
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Groan.

I would agree with you Eann, P'ter's Barque is worse than his byte. It is what he types that you need to worry about.
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I'll try not to make him Barque-ing mad then.
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OK, that does it, I'm out; I'll do antyhing bar queing to display my witticism in this thread...



the funny threads should be in another forum!
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Old Mar 18 2009, 04:17 AM   #87
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Hans, you don't like puns?
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Uhm... I thought I was making one


My reply wasn't meant seriously, Annie
Although, though you won't hear me protesting seriously, what I said is true...

(and I don't even have the excuse of having stood too long at the bar, queing for drinks....)
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Maybe I should "que" or is that cue (usher) you in on that Hans has not "queued" in a line for a long time *ducks and runs*. He's barque-ing mad too!
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I think we're all suffering from catalepsy!
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I think I am getting a headache.
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This is getting to be cat a strophic.
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Cats are only strophic if they are in thrall to a poetic "mew"s
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Is this Thread turning into a CATalogue of bad puns??!
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No: good ones
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Let's not get catty, so no catcalls, either; we're here to a-mews-e. ^n_n^
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Appurrently so.
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OK, who let the cat out of the bag and told everybody I'm a furriner?
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I didn't: you can't CAT-ch me like that.

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Is the Barqie's ship record a Cat-alog?
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Snorts at sudden metal picture of USS Enterprise with feline crew (except for the engineer who's canine).

Captain (one of the kirk cats): How're you feeling Scottie?"

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No, the cats let the two-leggeds do the grunt work while they do the impurrtant stuff.
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Of course they do. That is why cats have humans. So the humans can do the all the grunt work and cats can manage things (humans).
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Hmm with all the cat type joke and puns around maybe some can split and move it to Loung or Fun and Game Forum for This thread was to about the new book!

Yes cats are part of it but not all the cat jokes and puns parts.

I am gitting a bit hehe at some of them but on topic please.
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Oh, okay. There aren't as many (if any) cat puns in the book, I can tell you that.
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Shame!

I seem to remember that the titles are puns though?
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What was the subject of the thread suppose to be again? I think I forgot.
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I think the subject was a new book about cats that barque instead of byte. But if you annoy them, you could still get a catnip!
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I just read a short detective story where a burlger/murderer gets caught because his victim's cat scatched him and he got Cat-scratch Fever.
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I just read a true story where the murderer's cat's fur was found on the body of the victim and helped convict the murderer. I hope someone at least took the cat in when they sent his master to jail.
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Researching going well then?
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Just getting back to it after almost six months of mental inactivity while I heal from having both knees replaced (yes, P'ter, with other knee bits--not with kumquats or something). A cat lady friend (I belong to a site that is subscribed to by many many cat ladies, some even crazier than me) sent me a little book called 100 Cats Who Changed the World or something like that and Snowball, the first cat to have his fur used as evidence in a murder case, was one of the early cats mentioned.
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