Friday, October 10, 2008

Freakin Friday

*mumble grumbles stoopid Mommie mumble grumbles*
*mumble grumbles stoopid facebook mumble grumbles*
Mommie: Chance, what are you doing?

Oh nofing Mommie, jus pwayin wif da scratchy tower.

Mommie: Really? I heard you mumbling about something.

Nop, yoo heerin fings. Can we bloggie now?

Hope all mai fwiends hav a grate weeken!




Maggie May said...

Chance, we hope you have a great weekend too!
~Maggie May and The Creek Cats~

Nina Torbie said...

Aw, Chance, are you feeling grumpy? Come play with our new tunnel! We can also look out the windows at the Fall leaves and see squirrels! It's a lovely day here.
Purrs and sandpaper kisses,

Tybalt said...

I know it, buddy! What is it about that facebook?!?!?

Parker said...

You look pretty twitterpated there Chance!

Daisy said...

Chance, you do look a little bit crabilated! I hope you have a happy weekend!

Whimpurr said...

Hey Buddy ... Redfurd here! Twy gittin in her face while she is at her computer! I dooz dat and she sez she can't see fru me! Purrs~

Sunny's Mommy said...

Oh no. Is your Mommie addicted to that place that shall not be named? If so, I hope she will seek the help she needs, for your and Chance's sake!

Have a great weekend :-)

Team Tabby said...

We've got mom away from Facebook, yeah!

Thank you so much for welcoming me to the Blogosphere! I am happy in my new home.

contented purrs,

Leona said...

Have a happy weekend! Maybe you should put the biitey on this facebook thingie?

Nina Torbie said...

Chance, visiting ZS&S's cabin to watch chickens sounds delicious! Oh! delightful, I meant delightful!
Purrs and sandpaper kisses,

Anonymous said...

Make her choose, simple as that! You or Facebook. And if she chooses Facebook - sulk bigtime.

(angel) Grrreta and Fam said...

That's a great scratchy tower. I hope you can pry your mommie away from facebook. I hope you have a great weekend.

Anonymous said...

Chance, it's time for an "intervention" this is when the kitty can stand no more of the addicted human's behaviour and puts a stop to it.

I suggest standing firmly infront of the pc monitor and refusing to move. Keep her busy around the house, tipping over your water and food bowls, ripping up the toilet paper and yeowling as if in great distress - all these things will hopefully keep her away from da evil Facebook.

Sweet Purrfections said...

My Mom has found that Facebook place too and I keep headbutting her to remind her that I am supposed to visit my friends first! This could become dangerous!