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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post

    Okay then. How's this?

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    Our cat Oscar

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    My baby picture
    (Artist's reconstruction)



    I think Oscar is kinda tame lookin', not anything Wilde.

  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Watson View Post
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    That's me in the middle, clearly pleased I wasn't involved in the matching jumper shenanigans of my older brothers.
    Good looking, man. Thanks!

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    So-o-o you take Oscar on the head, as a syrop, JustRob ?? - (thanks for the explanation )
    I imagine he likes being the head-cat

    Dave, that's a very cute little boy - not yet destroyed as the brothers.
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  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by Nellie View Post
    I think Oscar is kinda tame lookin', not anything Wilde.
    Not even tame, just permanently vacant. Do cats get Alzheimer's? If so he's even forgotten that he's got it. Either he's incredibly laid back or just going through the motions. Ah, he's just got up ... turned round ... gone back to sleep. He spends a lot of his time with our neighbours. We're having trouble getting it into his head that he lives with us. He'll stay here in the winter though. They don't turn their central heating up enough for him. There must still be some activity inside his head then.
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  5. #105
    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    Not even tame, just permanently vacant. Do cats get Alzheimer's? If so he's even forgotten that he's got it. Either he's incredibly laid back or just going through the motions. Ah, he's just got up ... turned round ... gone back to sleep. He spends a lot of his time with our neighbours. We're having trouble getting it into his head that he lives with us. He'll stay here in the winter though. They don't turn their central heating up enough for him. There must still be some activity inside his head then.
    Cats are just LAZY. That's all!! Or maybe just scaredy CATS! We once had a cat that hid in our neighbor's basement for two weeks after Halloween one year. They have some illogical activity going on in their brains!

  6. #106
    Evidently cats are more interesting than babies. Have I successfully derailed this thread? Oops. Nah, who cares?
    'Sharing an experience creates a reality.' Create a new reality today.
    'There has to be some give and take.' If I can take my time I'm willing to give it.
    'The most difficult criticism that a writer has to comprehend is silence.' So speak up.

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    I was a lonely child...

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    “Fools” said I, “You do not know
    Silence like a cancer grows
    Hear my words that I might teach you
    Take my arms that I might reach you”
    But my words like silent raindrops fell
    And echoed in the wells of silence : Simon & Garfunkel


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    It figures
    But even if only, you didn't have to be lonely - if being introvert at least - lol
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  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    Yeah Dave, I had two older sisters, so was very pleased that I wasn't involved in anything like that, as you may well imagine. No hand-me-downs either.



    No, just after getting out of a glider, which I only flew for a couple of minutes, and then after my angel had done the same thing.



    Okay then. How's this?

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    Our cat Oscar

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    My baby picture
    (Artist's reconstruction)

    P.S.
    For any mystified foreigners, "syrup" is Cockney rhyming slang, "syrup of fig", so "wig".

    But what does Oscar look like with the top of your head.

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    "Guess who just got back today
    them wild-eyed boys that have been away"
    By Thin Lizzy




    Up until the wee hours of the morning. Coffee now by my side (just a few sips) and to my great surprise am WIDE AWAKE cause you boys.....
    Rock the Cradle... and one in particular who is still raising hell despite living with an angel!

    D
    ave, I see you went dark and mysterious!
    How do little blond boys turn out this way?
    Did you shun the sun, busy in the highchair
    working on your first novel? And you were
    so adorable!





    Wonky Pooh, my uncle is an Anglophile and
    went to boarding school in England (true).I showed
    him the top of your head and he remembers what went
    inside there (apparently you never had hair)and has
    a few things to say to you! He still sails around the world
    and will be stopping at your port.






    Terry D! I, too, was a lonely child. We could
    have been twins in body and spirit. I confess.
    The baby pictures I posted were not of me but
    of my doppelganger (Cute but deceiving)
    You do not want to see the real ME


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