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Feeding a cat

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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby kerble on Fri Jan 08, 2010 12:35 pm

Marsupialized wrote:The only thing worse is catching a man brushing his teeth in a public restroom, you want to pull a gun out, shoot him, them shoot yourself just to end the sadness.


I once walked in on Simone from Blonde Redhead brushing his teeth in the bathroom of the Fireside. I put a hand on his shoulder and told him I was sorry.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby a. james on Fri Jan 08, 2010 12:36 pm

kerble wrote:
Marsupialized wrote:The only thing worse is catching a man brushing his teeth in a public restroom, you want to pull a gun out, shoot him, them shoot yourself just to end the sadness.


I once walked in on Simone from Blonde Redhead brushing his teeth in the bathroom of the Fireside. Before murdering him, I put a hand on his shoulder and told him I was sorry.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Get dog costumes on Fri Jan 08, 2010 3:44 pm

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kerble wrote:
Marsupialized wrote:The only thing worse is catching a man brushing his teeth in a public restroom, you want to pull a gun out, shoot him, them shoot yourself just to end the sadness.


I once walked in on Simone from Blonde Redhead brushing his teeth in the bathroom of the Fireside. Before murdering him, I put a hand on his shoulder and told him I was sorry.
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However, I do not share the sentiments posted here. So many times have I brushed in the men's room. It demonstrates a commitment to hygiene throughout the day. Or that you don't live anywhere, which I suppose is sad in a way, but it doesn't have to be. Best case scenario, it means I am at the gym, in an airport, or en route to a social engagement, and I like all those things.

Seven years ago, I shaved in the men's room of Union Station in DC. I remember feeling very robust and manly. It was with an electric and not really necessary, so my feelings were a bit misguided, but I still remember this fondly.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Marsupialized on Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:35 pm

Jesus Christ, don;t even get me started on a dude shaving in a public men's room. I carry a ceremonial knife just for those occasions. I pounce on the man and put him out of his misery instantly with a stab directly into his heart. I whisper 'Don't fight it. Just go easy, friend, just go. It'll all be over in a second, you'll have a private golden bathroom to shave in with silver fixtures and angels singing where you are going'

Man, I would rather walk in and witness a man wiping his ass in the common washroom area than shaving. At least that would make some sort of sense to my brain, my initial instinct would not be to end the person immediately.

I actually was forced to comb my hair in a public washroom at court today. I walked in and she told me to take off my hat, my hair was all crazy when I did. She told me to go to the washroom and comb it. She had a gun, so I did it. I had the decency to go into a stall to do it, though. Nobody had to look at that.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby yaledelay on Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:42 pm

Marsupialized wrote:Jesus Christ, don;t even get me started on a dude shaving in a public men's room. I carry a ceremonial knife just for those occasions. I pounce on the man and put him out of his misery instantly with a stab directly into his heart. I whisper 'Don't fight it. Just go easy, friend, just go. It'll all be over in a second, you'll have a private golden bathroom to shave in with silver fixtures and angels singing where you are going'

Man, I would rather walk in and witness a man wiping his ass in the common washroom area than shaving. At least that would make some sort of sense to my brain, my initial instinct would not be to end the person immediately.

I actually was forced to comb my hair in a public washroom at court today. I walked in and she told me to take off my hat, my hair was all crazy when I did. She told me to go to the washroom and comb it. She had a gun, so I did it. I had the decency to go into a stall to do it, though. Nobody had to look at that.



I have done both shave and brush teeth in a public bathroom while on tour.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Get dog costumes on Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:45 pm

Marsupialized wrote:Jesus Christ, don;t even get me started on a dude shaving in a public men's room. I carry a ceremonial knife just for those occasions. I pounce on the man and put him out of his misery instantly with a stab directly into his heart. I whisper 'Don't fight it. Just go easy, friend, just go. It'll all be over in a second, you'll have a private golden bathroom to shave in with silver fixtures and angels singing where you are going'

Man, I would rather walk in and witness a man wiping his ass in the common washroom area than shaving. At least that would make some sort of sense to my brain, my initial instinct would not be to end the person immediately.

I actually was forced to comb my hair in a public washroom at court today. I walked in and she told me to take off my hat, my hair was all crazy when I did. She told me to go to the washroom and comb it. She had a gun, so I did it. I had the decency to go into a stall to do it, though. Nobody had to look at that.

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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby sparky on Fri Jan 08, 2010 9:06 pm

Gents-use etiquette on the floor of the office that I've just returned to is skew whiff. On Wednesday mid-morning I walked in to the toilet to find a man with big arms picking up a safety razor by one of the sinks. His face was covered in white lather, he had taken his shirt off, a white vest underneath, and his arms were bulky, chubby as well as muscular. He had only lathered his beard; the moustache was to be untouched. This scene struck me as completely obscene. Thinking back, the combination of the white shaving foam, his white vest, his bulging fat arms, his black moustache and the creamy smile he gave me pinched my brain.

Today, just before I left for Soho, I used this bathroom, and as I went to wash my hands a man came in, stood halfway between the two lines of sinks immediately before the door, and took his trousers off. He put on another pair quickly, but I would rather he had gone to a stall for this action. I might have made a face, as he gave me a "what?" look. I wanted to tell him that I would have preferred he use one of the stalls (he had four to choose from), but his bare legs looked violent.

Last time I worked in this building, these toilets were frequented by a coterie of constant secret shitters who conspired to keep all five stalls busy between 12.30pm and 2pm, and by a stall-sleeper. We only discovered him after my amiably thuggish boss came in on a Sunday, went into said bathroom, felt angry about being in the office, and took this out on a locked stall door with a hefty kick. He figured that the stall was locked because that toilet was blocked (a common problem), but a man inside gave a little startled yelp as if he had been woken up, which he had, on a Sunday, in the gentlemen's toilet of the joint-second tallest building in the UK.

The building is extremely tall for Europe, polished, expensive, branded, spic 'n' span. Once you rise to the working floors, the toilets are depraved, the doors malfunction and everything falls apart.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby dontfeartheringo on Fri Jan 08, 2010 10:39 pm

sparky wrote:Gents-use etiquette on the floor of the office that I've just returned to is skew whiff. On Wednesday mid-morning I walked in to the toilet to find a man with big arms picking up a safety razor by one of the sinks. His face was covered in white lather, he had taken his shirt off, a white vest underneath, and his arms were bulky, chubby as well as muscular. He had only lathered his beard; the moustache was to be untouched. This scene struck me as completely obscene. Thinking back, the combination of the white shaving foam, his white vest, his bulging fat arms, his black moustache and the creamy smile he gave me pinched my brain.

Today, just before I left for Soho, I used this bathroom, and as I went to wash my hands a man came in, stood halfway between the two lines of sinks immediately before the door, and took his trousers off. He put on another pair quickly, but I would rather he had gone to a stall for this action. I might have made a face, as he gave me a "what?" look. I wanted to tell him that I would have preferred he use one of the stalls (he had four to choose from), but his bare legs looked violent.

Last time I worked in this building, these toilets were frequented by a coterie of constant secret shitters who conspired to keep all five stalls busy between 12.30pm and 2pm, and by a stall-sleeper. We only discovered him after my amiably thuggish boss came in on a Sunday, went into said bathroom, felt angry about being in the office, and took this out on a locked stall door with a hefty kick. He figured that the stall was locked because that toilet was blocked (a common problem), but a man inside gave a little startled yelp as if he had been woken up, which he had, on a Sunday, in the gentlemen's toilet of the joint-second tallest building in the UK.

The building is extremely tall for Europe, polished, expensive, branded, spic 'n' span. Once you rise to the working floors, the toilets are depraved, the doors malfunction and everything falls apart.


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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby ubercat on Fri Jan 08, 2010 10:43 pm

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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Yngwie Einstein on Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:45 pm

Feeding a cat: Not sad

Marinating a cat: Fucking sick
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby The MayorofRockNRoll on Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:31 pm

Yngwie Einstein wrote:Feeding a cat: Not sad

Marinating a cat: Fucking sick


The cat was mean to him? Funny, I never hear that excuse in Little VietNam.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Marsupialized on Thu Aug 12, 2010 6:28 pm

Good Lord, this made me think of something that happened a few weeks back. I was at a restaurant with my parents and wife, we were having breakfast. Before the meal, I go in to wash my hands, as I had been messing around with my truck beforehand and had grease on them. I am at the sink and a old man is urinating into the urinal. He's making weird gurgling and humming noises, which I do not like right off the bat, but so far it's still deal with-able. I am wiping the water and grease from my hands with a paper towel, next to the sink. He finishes peeing and turns away from the urinal. He's holding his pants up with one hand, his dick is clearly still out. Completely got a unwanted glimpse of this old man's shriveled elephant ear, weird, grey and droopy. My first reaction was to knock him onto the ground and yell at him, but I kept my cool. He's slow and wobbly and mumbling. I turn away and try to get out, but he has moved forward and is now blocking me from getting out. He's reaching for a paper towel. Jesus fucking Christ. I have to back away to let him by me, I'm now back by the stall and he's blocking the door. Standing there with his dick still out, holding his pants up with his free hand. He says nothing, turns on the faucet and wets the paper towel. He then, and I am not shitting you, starts dabbing the wet paper towel onto his junk in front of the sink. Blocking the fucking door! I am just standing there in shock, I have no idea what to do. I say 'excuse me' and move forward, but he mumbles something and does not move. He takes what seemed like ten minutes to throw the paper towel away and slowly begins attempting to button his pants back up . Holy fucking Jesus, I just wanted to grab his head and quickly snap his neck like you see in action moves. Just a quick SNAP! and he crumples to the floor. I decide I cannot take this any longer and push past him and say EXCUSE ME as I do it and he grumbles something at me, I do not stop. I HAVE TO GET BY MY WIFE IS HAVING A BABY SHES DYING I HAVE TO GET TO THE HOSPITAL. The bathroom is configured in such a way that I literally had to smash myself against him in order to get the door open and get out. Ugh. One of the worst moments of my entire life, this was. You literally could not write up a senerio that would make me more uncomfortable or fly into a murderous rage quicker. That old man has no idea how close he came to meeting Jesus that morning.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby cerebralheadtrip on Thu Aug 12, 2010 8:46 pm

NC, unless they throw it back up on your brand new carpet, thereby bleaching it...as just occurred. God damnit.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Trad on Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:06 pm

Marsupialized wrote:Good Lord, this made me think of something that happened a few weeks back. I was at a restaurant with my parents and wife, we were having breakfast. Before the meal, I go in to wash my hands, as I had been messing around with my truck beforehand and had grease on them. I am at the sink and a old man is urinating into the urinal. He's making weird gurgling and humming noises, which I do not like right off the bat, but so far it's still deal with-able. I am wiping the water and grease from my hands with a paper towel, next to the sink. He finishes peeing and turns away from the urinal. He's holding his pants up with one hand, his dick is clearly still out. Completely got a unwanted glimpse of this old man's shriveled elephant ear, weird, grey and droopy. My first reaction was to knock him onto the ground and yell at him, but I kept my cool. He's slow and wobbly and mumbling. I turn away and try to get out, but he has moved forward and is now blocking me from getting out. He's reaching for a paper towel. Jesus fucking Christ. I have to back away to let him by me, I'm now back by the stall and he's blocking the door. Standing there with his dick still out, holding his pants up with his free hand. He says nothing, turns on the faucet and wets the paper towel. He then, and I am not shitting you, starts dabbing the wet paper towel onto his junk in front of the sink. Blocking the fucking door! I am just standing there in shock, I have no idea what to do. I say 'excuse me' and move forward, but he mumbles something and does not move. He takes what seemed like ten minutes to throw the paper towel away and slowly begins attempting to button his pants back up . Holy fucking Jesus, I just wanted to grab his head and quickly snap his neck like you see in action moves. Just a quick SNAP! and he crumples to the floor. I decide I cannot take this any longer and push past him and say EXCUSE ME as I do it and he grumbles something at me, I do not stop. I HAVE TO GET BY MY WIFE IS HAVING A BABY SHES DYING I HAVE TO GET TO THE HOSPITAL. The bathroom is configured in such a way that I literally had to smash myself against him in order to get the door open and get out. Ugh. One of the worst moments of my entire life, this was. You literally could not write up a senerio that would make me more uncomfortable or fly into a murderous rage quicker. That old man has no idea how close he came to meeting Jesus that morning.
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This reminds me of something.

Some guys at work were talking about the crazy urinal antics by this guy, whom we think has autism, when he pees in our building. They said he would pull his pants down, use two pens to lift his penis out of his pants, and then start to pee. They also said he would stand with his feet like 2-3 feet away from the base of the urinal and stretch his hands above his head, on the wall, to brace himself.

I saw him walking into the bathroom to take a leak a few weeks back and I had to go as well. I witnessed everything these co-workers talked about and was cool with it, until he finished up. He shook his hips back and forth to free himself from the dribbles, which hit my then flip flopped feet. Immediately afterward, via my peripheral vision, I saw him grab his penis and yank it forward in a repeated motion, the way some meat head porn star would do when shooting their load. I zipped up asap. I didn't want to mention anything about the dribbles on my flip flops.

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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby goosman on Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:35 pm

noise&light wrote:Watching this cat drink water is sad but only because he clearly has no idea how to do so.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4StzNTpNls

Poor thirsty guy!


Here is a friends cat drinking: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p21wCDKmEnk

(much funnier than marinating cats...ugh)
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby jimmy two hands on Fri Aug 13, 2010 1:41 pm

Sometimes I feel sad about how I treat my cat before I feed him to stop him from yowling for food. I usually pick him up and squeeze his fat belly and his meow-pitch changes, making the experience more bagpipe-esque.

How did the thread about cat-feeding also become the thread about urinal etiquette?
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby jimmy two hands on Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:00 pm

Also is kinda sad but also gross and funny at the same time when this happens.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby Flannery on Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:03 pm

Maybe someone could help my cat-feeding be less sad: my cat won't eat "wet" food. He won't eat any food that comes in a can - instead, he will lick the moisture off the contents. So, for a treat, I have to drain the water from a can of tuna and give him the water. Great for me, because I eat the tuna, but it's sad that he endures boring ol' kibble like such a champ.

I've seen him lick chicken dry. He's licks the condensation off beer bottles. Actually, the only people food he's into is the very-rare fudgecicle.

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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby noise&light on Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:17 pm

BadComrade wrote:Here's an old video of my cat Sophia eating. I took it when she was a month old.

(Turn the sound on your computer up.)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vifygP3Ivdk


This is so sweet. I'm surprised that you never posted this before. It would have settled the poll.

Sophia kinda sounds like she is saying, "Woohoo!" to me.
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Re: Sad/Not Sad: Feeding A Cat

Postby noise&light on Fri Jan 14, 2011 3:18 pm

Not feeding a cat is much more sad than feeding a cat.

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