Ben: i am trying to teach her that using all capital letters is like shouting. she doesn't seem to understand. if i can, i'll try to edit her volume, ok?
LUCY-FURR: I WAS TAGGED BY MISS PEACH FOR THE NEW MEME THAT'S GOING AROUND. SHE HEARD ABOUT IT FROM MOSAIC CATS WHO SAY THAT THEY HEARD IT FROM SKEEZIX WHO HEARD IT FROM DAISY WHO HEARD IT FROM WE THREE. IT'S SPREADING FAST--ALMOST AS FAST AS I CAN RUN--AND I GET TO WRITE A PROVERB!
FIRST, HERE'S THE BLOG DEFINITION OF A PROVERB:A proverb is a simple and concrete saying popularly known and repeated, which expresses a truth, based on common sense or the practical experience of catkind.
SECOND, HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF OTHER CATS' PROVERBS:
Willie & Bianca: There are only twenty-four hours in a nap.
Sadie: Morris 5:37,38 "No one puts new clean litter into dirty old litter boxes, or else the new litter will touch the poo poo parts, and it will be stinky, and the clean litter will be skanky. But new litter must be put into clean litter boxes, and both are good. No cat having scratched new litter immediately desires old, for he says, ‘The new is better.’ "
Miss Peach: Gather ye Catmint while ye may,
the time is right for drying.
For this same Catmint here today,
tomorrow will be steamrolled flat
by a herd of bulldozer cats!
THIRD, HERE'S MY PROVERB
BE WARY OF THE TAIL
IT MIGHT BE SWISH
OR COULD BE THRASH
FOURTH, I'M GOING TO TAG PRINNIE, MARIE, AND MARILYN.
I THINK I'D BETTER STOP. I CAN'T COUNT ANY HIGHER THAN FOUR.
Ben: i'm sorry you guys, she just doesn't get the necessity of an indoor voice. did you know that she's talking about MY tail in her proverb?