While some cats might flourish when let into the great outdoors, some cats don’t. This is especially true if there are dangerous wild animals around that will very happily make a meal of your pet. One neighbor decided that he or she would rescue a pet that was wandering around outside, only to get perhaps some of the most dismissive messages in return.
Not only was the cat’s owner ungrateful, but the owner then demanded to not be bothered again, and was snarky after an incredulous reply. Just let the person’s cat go, buddy. Your hands are clean.
It's All Becoming Clear
Let's do a little bit of quick math. Thirty-two dollars, one dollar per margarita. That makes for approximately thirty-two margaritas (plus or minus one margarita). One person was thrilled to find out they had only spent a little over thirty bucks at the bar until the friend pointed out the special event that was taking place at the bar.
The original texter wasn't aware of this, which tells us a lot about how the night went. The follow-up questions were probably things like “Why am I in Ontario?” or “Where did my pants go and why do I have a cape?”
I Just Wanted to Get Pancakes
A case of mistaken identity turns into one of the funniest conversations we've seen. A daughter just wants to spend some quality time with her mom and go to IHOP. You know, get some pancakes and syrup and coffee and whatever else you might want. They serve burgers now.
The mom must have gotten a new phone, and immediately flies into a tirade. Mom insinuates that the texter is cheap, is hitting on the wrong woman, and would be a waste of time. And then the hammer drops. We don't get to see the next response, but we bet it was good.
Mom Does Not Approve
A quick and brutal back-and-forth conversation shows us that not all moms are the loving kind. Her child doesn't have any plans? The shame, the horror! You couldn't even hit the bar or the club or even a baking class or something like that? You're just going to spend your night inside, alone, with what Mom assumes is a growing number of cats?
But this kind of begs the question: Why was Mother Dearest asking if there were any plans if she was just going to mock her child when the answer was no? Come on, Mom. We all have to have quiet nights once in a while.
Praise the Cart!
We all know that words in other languages aren't always the easiest to pronounce, but French usually isn't that bad. Still, there's an odd effect of watching too much TV: you don't know how things are spelled. Of course, in the other direction, reading lots means you might not know how words are pronounced. It's a two-way street.
Anyway, this person thought the phrase “A la cart” (meaning “of the cart”) was Arabic in nature, and his friend decided the best way to get the idea through his thick skull was to call him a cement head, which is definitely going into our toolbox.