Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
Talk about stereotypes; a woman and a cat.
Stereotypes: a woman and a snake!*scarpers*
At least that's her story - she probably either was fighting the snake for the last Fosters or else got sloppy sentimental drunk and fell while dancing to "Diamantina Cocktail"
What's tough about that? That's just the famous mother grizzly effect. She feels maternal toward the kitten. The snake threatens the kitten. The snake suffers. So she breaks her wrist in the process. Baby's okay. It's worth it.
If the kitten had beaten the shit out the snake and then had a go at the woman for her choice of babysitter, that would have been impressive.
what's funny about this?
She can wrestle my snake any day...fnaar, fnaar. Oh no, don't, missus.
Snakes and cats...Paging Dr. Freud!Loathe as I am to make a comment about pussy...
when are we going to be introduced to her sister then? (yee g*d's vicus, you aren't related to this woman by any chance are you. . .)
fucking rad. even women fight for pussy. so powerful.
In anticipation of tomorrow's post, I only saw the last 5 minutes of this evening's Lewis. Did I miss anything? I watched an old Bergerac instead on BBC 4.
I avoided watching Lewis completely, as I knew we'd get a fair and comprehensive review here.
Hi crabby pants, am I missing something here? doesn't anyone think its weird that there was a Python coming through the fence? In Brisbane?
No, they live there. Lots of pythons, the interwebs say so.
A woman's work is NEVER done...and where the frig was Adam while all of this was going on? Prolly off naming butterflies or cabbage.Somethings never change eh?In tomorrow's paper her neighbour will sue for hurting her dear, sweet, "Monty".
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