The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
That's very funny. He was a sweet kitten, wasn't he?
He was a little cutie.. cheeky but cute!
Lovely and sweet, but in that 2nd photo I do sense him thinking: "I wonder if it might be more fun over on The Dark Side?"Did you capture the first moment of transition?
Sadly not Andrew. The sight still haunts my nightmares though
I should've rung the little bastard's neck when he was all innocent like that and before he received his training and instructions. How was I to know he was an innate evil genius about to trump my triumphs??
Oh well Beelzebub, sometimes the skill of the pupil will far outstrip the master. Still you are still one evil bugger so console yourself with that thought!
Eh... "wrung", Beelzebub, if you don't mind, not "rung", unless you really were planning to "ring" the little bastard's neck using spiritual telephonics, or perhaps a ring if fire? I do suspect the more final and definitive form of wringing is what you had in mind. Too late for that now though eh? If even I hesitate to take on Ted (and I'm a lunatic) then you should be watching your back (and your neck).
That looks like a rather uncomfortable place to be...
A wise move Don, Ted may not treat you with kindness!It looks it but he loved to climb the clothes horse Cherie
It may have been one slip too many on the 'rack' that made him what he is and to seek revenge on those who constructed it...Or the pay and benefits may be better on the Dark Side, hard to say without reviewing the contract.
Now that could explain everything Bryan. As for the pay and benefits, the hours seem to be short and he gets all the food he could want!
Hmmm, he does seem to have a strange look in his eyes in the second shot.
He was a weird little kitten and that's no lie, Syncy!
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