Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Very-Nearly Wordless Wednesday



Why hello, Dearest. Yes, you, my little cabbage!

20 comments:

  1. Spitty, it's Wednesday already at your house? How can that be?
    ~William

    Hello, handsome!
    ~Caroline!
    P.S. R.B. fibs a lot, I just want you to know.

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  2. Spitty, impress the girlcats even further - say it in French: "mon petit chou!"

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  3. I dunno Spitty, when Mom cooks cabbage here, it's pretty stinky! MOl!

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  4. Dude ! I'm sure I'm not a little cabbage, but I can be a little trouble maker...tee..heh..heh

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  5. I'm happy to be your little cabbage, and it's nice to be back to say hi to you.

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  6. You are one sweet talking ladies mancat

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  7. Uh, cabbage? Hmmm...interesting choice of word.....

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  8. Me! Me! Me would loves to be your little cabbage!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  9. Spitty you make my trill with your come-hither look. Purrs.

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  10. Enchante mon petis pois!! (okay so i can't speak much french... i tried!!) =^..^=

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  11. Spitty you have such a way with the ladies!

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  12. SCREEEE! I'm coming as fast as I can! I'm falling hard ...

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  13. why the smoldering look spitty? you on nip or something?

    Emma and Buster

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  14. Spitty - I am so happy to read your blog today. It seems I didn't QUALIFY for Wordless Wednesday and so I am more behind than ever. Go figure. At least you made it through. Your friend, Fisher

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  15. Spitty, you are a sweet, little cabbage for us :-)

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  16. Well hello handsome!
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  17. Hello ta you too! And dont call me a Brussels Sprout... MOL! Marley

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  18. Haaaaaaaaaaa!!!! Look at those narrowed eyes!!! "My little cabbage" Haaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

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  19. Oh Spits, how sweet of you to give me a nice little pet name...

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Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.