Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
5 - 4 - 3 - 2 -1 hahaha!Have a tanfastic weekend ;-)
Yes, and you better hide in that shell very quickly too if you know what's good for you.Have a fabulous Feline Friday and Cat Blog Friday too. ☺
stevebethere: Any minute now, that kitty will be sorry.
Sandee: I'm thinking Photoshop because my grand turtle, Diego, wouldn't act like this.
ow ow ow! Have a better day!
Someone tried to give my son a turtle once and this is what I imagined it would be like. So I politely turned it down. Pets should be furry or at least featherly.
Ouch! That will surely leave a mark!
did you learn to make Choereg? (not to be SO off topic!)
Ouch that would hurt.
Cube - Ouch! That little kitty doesn't know what's coming. Maybe it will move before the slow turtle gets to him. Maybe not.
Kathe W.: Bad day for the kitty. That's for sure.
Jan: You sound like my youngest daughter. She thinks a turtle is a dumb pet and much prefers dogs and especially cats. Diego doesn't run around loose biting pets or people. He has a terrarium with lights that allow for basking in the 'sun'. He's quite entertaining in his poky way.
DaBlade: Assuming the kitty didn't run away before the bite.
Z: Yes, we did and they were fabulous. Of course, with my mother-in-law's recipe, we knew we couldn't go wrong. The only ingredient we left out was the ground mahleb, but it isn't necessaryas she's made it many times without it. She taught us the techniques, and although it was time intensive, it wasn't as hard as we imagined it would be. Certainly worth the time and effort. Aesthetically, ours weren't as pretty as my MIL's were, but they were just as tasty. We made 48 and our freezer is full in time for Easter, but the best part is, now we can make them anytime we want. My MIL took home a recipe for a big braided choreg loaf that she's planning to cut like bread and then toast. That should be interesting.
Ida: Only if the cat had time to run away.
Sue Hanes: Relatively, that's true. Schrodinger's Cat would exist in a state where it would be bitten by the turtle and not being bitten by the turtle simultaneously until someone observes the act. I'm teasing. Schrodinger's cat is just a thought experiment of quantum superpositions that occurs at the atomic level. Who knows how fast that cat can move?
Heeheehee! Cute one!
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