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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Andreas Rex, Jan 15, 2007.
Indiana and Jones! Those are kind of feminine.
Yeah i'd considered that, but dismissed it. Would be a bit weird..
Why? To weird ,when you're stroking their soft tummies and kissing them on the nose, and hand feeding them treats.
Not strictly to do with naming cats, but very relevent to cats:
brilliant. loving gadaffi.
i quite like it when pets have human names. ie brian, andrew, etc. always seems a bit weird in a good way.
The Salstar suggested Tits n Ass, but then pointed out that when i go to the vets they'll shout out "tits and ass rex to consulting room 2"....hadn't really thought about that!!
Spot on with that observation Rich.
Ours are called Niles and Frasier. Smelly young men though so you better be prepared for that Andreas.
Well prepared mate..had cats all through my childhood. I suppose i ought to pop this in Classifieds, but i'd be very grateful of any litter trays/general cat stuff if anyone has any....
Second hand litter trays?
You can pick them up for a couple of quid in Home and Bargain.
Good point...i suppose i meant other things, but dunno what! Always worth asking.
mary and betty.... or mary hinge and betty swallocks to give them their full title!
I'm liking those Salstar...that's liking, not licking.
whenever i see a cat in the street i always call it 'push'.
ive never really been able to get over the other connotations of the word pussy and it makes me feel rather odd saying it, hence 'push' instead of 'puss'.
maybe you could call the other one 'pull', kinda sounds like paul if your hearings a bit impaired.
look, i tried ok, but i just couldnt think of anything more witty that chairman meow or gadaffi...sorry.
All contributions welcome cookie...
salt and pepper?
I was waiting for you to say that...
I expected Coca and cola.
Actually . . . .
what about skunk and rocky?
skunk can be the one that smells most and rocky the hardest one.
maybe...m-d and m-a?