One thing you should never do to your fake cat is? Yes, you got it? Ah…okay no, It’s not beating it sensibly or senselessly for no reason or talking to it. What you should never do to your beautiful Persian Himalayan fake cat is put it in the dryer! That’s right, unless you want your cat to turn into a mutated lamb cat and use it as a topic of discussion for those awkward silent moments with guests when you really have nothing to say. So as much as you would like to (MOM, are you listening?) Some things are just better left dusty, seriously.
Speaking of pets, do you ever wish you could have a two-way communication with them? Now this time, I mean the real ones. For example, maybe you wanted to know why Billy the goat was eating all your print? Seriously goat, aren’t newspapers in enough trouble already? Or maybe you wanted to know why Percey the cat has gone morbid and is now bringing dead creatures into your house, or why the crazy raccoon is stealing your door rugs at night? This could go on forever and I’m sure you guys have a list of your own. In any case, I think I’ve found something that might help us all out.
I came across Google translate for animals one day and my first reaction was, well of course that’s exactly the kind of thing I need 😉
okay sheep = funny 🙂
I know you’re thinking, could this really be? Well why don’t you observe the date for the video very closely and you’ll get your answer! Hahaha well it was fun while it lasted 🙂 Now please stop wasting time and go back to work.
My Tea For The Moment: I had some Jasmine Pearl tea at Koryodang café located in Korea Town recently and it was great. I know it’s kind of hot for tea but it was actually really nice and cool inside so I thought why not. If you’re looking for a good place to meet up with friends or have a snack then definitely check this place out.