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  • I had a frog in my throat.

  • Luckily the Catholic nun librarian knew exactly what to do. You'll need a quart of caster oil, 5 ball bearings and a plastic turkey baster. Take 2 kittens and lightly season with

  • tiger balm. You'll want to de-fur them first, unless you're into that kind of thing, which is really quite frowned upon. Take the 2 marinated kittens and place the ball bearings

  • in a foil lined tray, careful to not spill any. If you do lose your ball bearings, substitute steel shot. Slowly pour in oil & mix well. Remove saucy kittens from pan. Rinse paws

  • pajamas with apple cider to get the stink out. Paw's clothes were filthy on account of all the neighborhood pets he eats. He makes me cook 'em. That reminds me, these kittens need

  • marinading in red wine vinegar and garlic. Paw came in with a fresh bag of Yorkie terriers, ragdoll cats and gerbils. I tutted under my breath but whipped up a gerbil crumble a la

  • mayonaise. Steamy, sultry, savory sumptuousness, the scent was succulence and sass all in one. Pet surprise night here at my place was almost too glorious to describe. Paw and I

  • guessed whose pet we were eating that night. "Is it Linda's Chihuahua?" Paw asked. "No silly! That was last time! Today we're having Dave's Mongrel, in a delicious stew" I said.

  • The family ate happily having staved off hunger yet again, and content in the knowledge that Dave's mongrel would not keep them up all night with it's barking. Just indigestion.



  1. Woab Feb 16 2017 @ 10:46

    Gerbil crumble!!!!

  2. Flopp Feb 16 2017 @ 11:56

    im also a big fan of hot dogs, pansnakes, catteroles, guinea pigza, goldfish and chips and many more delectable pet snacks

  3. lucielucie Feb 17 2017 @ 17:45

    It's also called Bubble & Squeak, Woab :)

  4. SlimWhitman Feb 19 2017 @ 07:39

    I didn't think my start was much to croak at, but woa(b) I was wrong.

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