SuperJail Warden wrote:Cat is jumping over frying food. It rubs its tail and ass on the potatoes.
Two people I know who are vegetarians and have panic attacks. They also own 2 cats. Strange pets for strange people.
Don't you think that you, with multiple toxic relationships at tidal frequency (including "lol read this post about me grooming this person with mental health issues for sex later"), making out with underlings, constantly ducking soldiers, spiking dogfood with broken glass, and unable to prepare actual meals for yourself because you're an adult who can't handle kitchen chores, and whatever the heck else you're up to in life that you won't bring up here, hardly gets to talk about people acting strange.
uziq wrote:i was in a restaurant last night with a cat milling around. shit is so gross.
Agree, imo. I don't think a restaurant needs a store cat. There are literally places where that is the gimmick, though. Still probably cleaner than the average greasy spoon diner.
I know bird people who will literally let their parrots shit all over the counters and then casually brush off the droppings before making a sandwich. "Want one?" "No, er, I already had lunch thank you." Cat people I know (and I know it's not all of them), will sanitize the whole surface and still put down a glass cutting board.
Also, people can be gross without the help of pets. How long does a Mac dish sit unwashed in his sink, I wonder? How foul does the inside of his nuggie microwave smell? This is a really weird topic for him to lean into.