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Tincup
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I was researching leg problems for a patient on Google and this popped up.

Kinda funny.

[lol]


A few reasons why some women have cats and NOT husbands

1. A cat always comes in SOBER after being out all night.

2. When a cat goes to the toilet she tries not to leave a trace.

3. You can put a bell around a cat's neck so you know exactly where she is.

4. If you stroke a cat she won't leap on you for sex.

5. You don't mind that much if a cat brings a bird home every night.

6. When a cat comes in at midnight, it doesn't wake you up by smashing into the furniture.

7. Cats never pretend they know how to set the clock in the VCR.

8. Cats don't care what size your boobs are.

9. Cats still love you even when your perm goes wrong.

10. Cats love rubbing up to your legs no matter how much cellulite you have.

11. Cats can be neutered if they stray.

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soleil16
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Cats don't care if their dinner is out of a can.

Cats will cuddle with you even if you don't shower that day.

Hehe, this list is funny. I have a hubby and a cat, but I love both : )

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LisaS
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LOL Thanks Tincup for the laugh. I love my cats! And my dogs. My husband is on my nerves right now.

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nomoremuscles
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I had a wife.

I had a cat.

The cat was better.

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joalo
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#4

[lol] [lol] [lol]

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MADDOG
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I probably should not tell this.

I know of a cat that came home drunk.

When some bored drunk dudes were standing around a campfire,and a cat walked up.

It was given little kings creme ale.

It joined the party ,twitched its tail allot,and staggered off to home.

HE HE HE !!!!

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tincup,

this would be great in tutu's LAUGHTER post with all the jokes, etc. that've contributed to for the last 2-3 years.

might be on thie page or screen 2. thx for sharing the laughter [Smile]


tc, i received the cutest email today about CHOCOLATES and the text had many photos; tasty looking, and i restrained myself not to email it to you our chocolate queen! [Smile] lol

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ping
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MEOW! I agree. Thanks Tincup!

ping-cat [Big Grin]
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Melodymaker
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I love cats but hubby is allergic!

They say statistically, that if the wife passes first men tend to remarry, but if the husband goes first the woman does not.

So I told my husband that if I go first, he's probably going to get a girlfriend.

But if he goes first, I'm getting a cat!!!

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I got Lyme from a tick on my cat...I vote for my husband!
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cats at least know where their food is and can get it themself.....

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I have cats and a husband. While the cats are nice, I do hate cleaning their litterbox!!!

Not once have the cats taken care of me while I was sick. I have to vote for hubby!
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This calls for a poem. I didn't write it, unfortunately, but here's my best recollection of it. Will need to locate the author.*

Last year, I married my dog.
Everyone came to see us,
And we served dinner and dessert.

I was simply beautiful
And my dog looked nice, too.

I gave my dog a nice ring
And my dog gave me some flowers,
and I got very red.

That night, my dog and I
Went to bed -
We put on our nightgowns,
And went to sleep.

The next day, I got up first.
I put on my clothes and went downstairs.

An hour later,
My husband came down,
I said good morning,
But he didn't answer,
He just lay on the floor, eating.

I was disappointed for a while,
But I soon fixed that -
I married the cat!

*maybe the author is a cat...

[ 10-26-2009, 01:47 AM: Message edited by: Robin123 ]

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