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    Default My husband is nuts !!

    We were watching and old Frasier show last night. The one where Frasier gives an extremely rude patron of the coffee house an etiquette lesson. Tossing him literally out the door by the collar of his coat.

    My hubby pipes up with a big grin on his face and says, I know how to et a cat.

    For those of you who dont speak redneck, my dear husband says he knows how to eat a cat. What on earth does that have to do with manners? he he. He says, There is a proper and polite way to do it.


    ( I am going to watch him very carefully with my cats, from now on. )

    Well the tears were just streaming down my face, I was laughing so hard I was snorting like a pig.


    My children know all kinds of strange vocabulary !!! Even th big ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alatexan68 View Post
    We were watching and old Frasier show last night. The one where Frasier gives an extremely rude patron of the coffee house an etiquette lesson. Tossing him literally out the door by the collar of his coat.

    My hubby pipes up with a big grin on his face and says, “ I know how to et a cat.”

    For those of you who don’t speak redneck, my dear husband says he knows how to eat a cat. What on earth does that have to do with manners? he he. He says, “ There is a proper and polite way to do it.”


    ( I am going to watch him very carefully with my cats, from now on. )

    Well the tears were just streaming down my face, I was laughing so hard I was snorting like a pig.


    My children know all kinds of strange vocabulary !!! Even th big ones.
    LOL...well, if you're going to eat a cat, it's good to know the proper etiquette. Too funny.
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    I must say to my knowledge he has never actually et a cat.
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    Does having disected a cat make me qualified to eat a cat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alatexan68 View Post
    My children know all kinds of strange vocabulary !!! Even th big ones.
    The 3 Ms are often with me when I'm chasing cattle. I'm worried that they're learning a different kind of vocabulary. Not really strange...just...colorful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarbare0704 View Post
    Does having disected a cat make me qualified to eat a cat?

    He says sure, as long as you ask permission first, then say thank you to the cat when you are done LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by camaro View Post
    The 3 Ms are often with me when I'm chasing cattle. I'm worried that they're learning a different kind of vocabulary. Not really strange...just...colorful!
    I know mine have colorful vocabularies !! Some of it our fault, but most of it is from the lady ( and I use the term very loosely ) behind us. Who is constantly hollering at her husband, in very colorful language. Poor guy, I don't know why he stays.

    I try to change things to gosh darn it, and freak, and sheets....... attempting to make them think they heard it wrong so they won't repeat it correctly LOL. Quince is of the age to understand good and bad words, but Emma is just flat a repeater at this point. LOL
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    Jana,
    No offense, but I think I will decline sending your husband any dinner invitations any time soon! Your post has cracked me up. And it reminds me of a hilarious song my significant other had on his computer some years ago. Don't remember what it was called but it started with "There's a Cat in the Kettle at the __" (the blank part was some Chinese sounding restaurant name). Very funny song, but then I like the Farting Preacher--not everyone's cup of tea (but then, neither is cat!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by alatexan68 View Post
    He says sure, as long as you ask permission first, then say thank you to the cat when you are done LOL.
    LOL! too funny! Actually dissecting a cat makes me not want to eat one! That stuff looks pretty gross! Also it doesn't look like there is much to eat! The cats we had used to be strays though I believe so maybe that's is just the ones we dissected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wild_destiny View Post
    Jana,
    No offense, but I think I will decline sending your husband any dinner invitations any time soon! Your post has cracked me up. And it reminds me of a hilarious song my significant other had on his computer some years ago. Don't remember what it was called but it started with "There's a Cat in the Kettle at the __" (the blank part was some Chinese sounding restaurant name). Very funny song, but then I like the Farting Preacher--not everyone's cup of tea (but then, neither is cat!).
    You should have seen me snorting last night. Yeah, I expect no dinner invitations hehehe.

    I have had some rather obnoxious sound waves on my computer. I won't post about them. But my favorite was in the mid 90's and a spoof on a Hottie and the Blow Fish song. hehe
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