Let the complaints from PETA begin. Brilliant!
LMAO! I started my blog, for some very heavy reasons, and a lot of healing. I find it emotionally draining each time I post, BUT a little bit of weight is lifted each time, Anyway, I always come to your blog right after I post because it seems to be just what the doctor ordered. It ALWAYS makes me giggle and helps put me in a better place!Thanks!
that is genius! :)
'arsenic' is a more difficult word than 'second'I had to look up 'arsenic' before 'second'.
Dinah should not use the SECOND best method- she should put kitty in the microwave instead.xhttp://dessert--rose.blogspot.com/
Excellent post! Arsenic in smaller doses was used as an appetite stimulant, so maybe kitty definitely would be getting hungrier until he accumulated a toxic level. ;)
Naughty Dinah wants her pussy dead.
And to think it all started the second Bianca (Dinah's mother) who had been diagnosed with delusions of grandeur, started to mix white arsenic with vinegar and chalk to improve her complexion by making her skin paler, a beauty regimen practiced in the Victorian era, just to show she did not work in the fields.But back to cruel and diabolic Dinah, Arsenic it seems, turned out to be a gateway poison.Years pass, with Bianca long gone, Dinah found her calling as a nurse practitioner.You thought Kitty had it bad, pity her vulnerable, unsuspecting patients for now she is well armed with the knowledge and grasp of extremely hazardous substances, the complete list from A (Acetone cyanohydrin) to Z (Zinc phosphide).
I LOVE THIS BLOG....You are hysterical. Thanks for bringing this to our days!
this made my heart go pitter pat
Although I love cats I can't help but chuckle. Your dark humor is truly wondrous.
Well, I've learnt a lot about arsenic and cat-lovers here... Thanks!
Here kitty kitty...
This is just great
Kitty now has a lovely shiny silky coat, thanks to frequent low doses of arsenic. Dinah can have a lovely coat too, if she gives arsenic to several matching cats before she skins them.
Nice, but what happen with cat?
The only business I ever knew of with an unintentionally spellable phone number was a switching BBS that could forward you to any bulletin board in the greater Phoenix area; their number just happened to spell ARSENIC.
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