Saturday, May 20, 2006

Happy Birthday Lola!

Big old fluffy marshmallow kitten, Lola, is two years old today!!

Happy birthday Lollie!
Love The Mommy

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Booga Battles the Evil Shaur

Every day, Mom and Dad get attacked by an evil monster in our house. The Shaur. It is a mean, terrible monster that shoots acid and fire from its mouth. It makes Mom and Dad's hair bleed white foam. I am a good boy and I scare it away. Here is a picture I drew of the battle:

Good Boy Booga

Sunday, May 07, 2006

The Best Movie Ever

I'm taking another post for myself. Because tonight, Mom introduced us to THE best movie ever filmed. Seriously. I laughed, I cried. It was awesome. Tweaker was all like, "I've seen it before". Whatever. She still sat and watched it. As I will do, again and again. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. BEST MOVIE EVER.

Of course, Booga ran away like a little bitch when Chance started barking during the pound scene. Wussy boy. Oh, and also, Mom cried like a little girl at the end. See, it's even a good movie for people!


Effie wants some cake!

Effie: Hi everyone. My sister, Lola, will be 2 years old in a couple weeks. "Birthday" means "cake". CAAAAKE!! Yummy yummy!

Effie, you've never eaten cake before. Can kitty cats eat cake?

We can eat whatever we want. Didn't you see me eat that gum wrapper a little while ago?

Lola: True, and it looked delicious, even when you hurled it back up. But back to "CAKE". There was a scientific study conducted last year that revealed that we cats do not have a sweet tooth, don't eat carbohydrates and cannot taste sugar. What do you make of that?

Effie: ... I want cake.

Lola: Scientists be damned!! Here is a couple of links to many delicious kitty treat recipes. (For the record, I'd rather have the salmon mousse.)

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Nixon's Movie Reviews

Torn in OKC writes to Nixon's Movie Reviews:

Dear Nixon,

Your mom says that you will providing movie reviews. Since you are so obviously an expert, my question to you is this:

Should I go ahead and see M:I:III (a truly obnoxious title) in the theatre, or wait until it comes out on DVD? My dilema is that while I abhor Tom "Couch-Jumper" Cruise, and all he stands for, I adore Philip Seymour Hoffman, and try to support whatever movie he stars in. Thanks for your input, Nixon!


Torn in OKC

Dear Torn in OKC,

Stay true to your boycott of Tom Cruise. He is an assbag. And if there's one thing this cat knows, it is ASSBAGS. I admit, I got excited when he said he'd eat the placenta from his child's birth, I mean, YUM. Eating the placenta is totally the way to go in that situation. But HE DIDN'T. He didn't. He lied to us all. And he has the nerve to allow people to call his unholy union with Katie Holmes, "TomKat". Hmmph.

I'm a fan of Philip Seymour Hoffman myself,
because Hoffman--now that's a guy who'd eat the placenta when he says he will. Honestly, I don't know how he resisted the urge to run out and eat all of those luscious frogs in Magnolia. Frogs! Raining from the sky!! My big belly would be frogalisciously full, I promise you that. The way he held his character and didn't run out to eat them--Oscar-quality. But I admit, I held my head in shame when I saw that he would be in the latest Cruisefest. As much as I love my Hoffman, I don't know if I can bring myself to watch the Tom "I say I'll eat the placenta and then not do it" Cruise smugfest just for him.

I hope that helped!

Love always,