Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Cubic cat

Happy Good Frickin' Picture Wednesday!

This week's picture isn't really here for its artistic merit, but I think this one is pretty frickin' good nonetheless. My mom took this picture many years ago, back when the graphics for live animals weren't nearly as crisp as they are now. This is an 8-bit cat, a model that was phased out several years ago because of its blocky appearance and poor sound effects.



Of course that's not true. What really happened here is that this cat had just eaten a snake. Oh, and that snake had just eaten a toaster oven.

Let me also state that this cat was owned by some dude at a bed and breakfast, where he apparently enjoyed many years' worth of Moons Over My Hammy, and nobody I know had anything to do with his large-bonedness.

11 comments:

  1. that's a funny picture. the cat looks to be pooping a mighty poop.

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  2. Might I recommend the Cat-kins diet???

    I know, I know ... but gimme a break I haven't had any coffee yet!!!

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  3. I've heard of stray cats, hip cats, cool cats and fat cats...but until this very moment, I had no idea there was such a thing as a square cat. Thanks (I think) for broadening my world.

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  4. Oh my goodness, that's just not right!

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  5. My cats almost that size, haha! But my cat is a maine coon. GOODNESS that thing MUST be eating steaks.

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  6. Y'all rock! Thanks for dropping by. Don't forget to give the cat a cannoli before you go.

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  7. He looks pissed that you're not actively feeding him at this moment.

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  8. where can I find this little morsel?

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  9. What appened-hay to the ecret-say og-blay?

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  10. Just so you all know, the camera adds two pounds, which of course in cat weight is fourteen. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

    Signed, the cat in the picture.

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  11. If the local chinese restaurant starts having a sale, I fear our cat friend may have met his end

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