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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 9:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 8:59 pm    Post subject: Pilots & booze Reply with quote

Hmmmm!!! Flying+Pilots+Alcohol = happiness and good times!!! Very Happy Very Happy

As long as one is sober before one flies, then everything is 'okay'.. Cool

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2005 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't you think Eric has been behaving rather strangely? I was over at blme's and Catwoman's the other day and Eric kept on jumping on the window sill and attacking the blinds! I think he was trying to get out!

He must miss Misty. Sad

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2005 7:39 pm    Post subject: ERIC - the cat!!! Reply with quote

Hmmmmm!! Confused Confused

Is Eric a cat though!! He looks like one, but boy, is he not really on this planet!!! Confused

Sorry he disturbed you WhirlyGirl, but we have the same problems with him too!!!

Ever since he was tiny, he always had to have his food dish on the kitchen window-sill so that Misty wouldn't 'nick' his grub!!! So, this morning, when I checked he had had his breakfast, I found a tea-bag on top of his food!!!

He is so wierd!!! Confused Confused But so cute and absolutely ruined!!! Smile Smile

I know all you cat-lovers on the forum will warm to this conversation!!! Comments about your moggies (and doggies) please!! Smile

Perhaps there should be a special section just for cats and dogs on the HeliTorque site!! Talking about which...........has anyone watched the film 'Cats and Dogs'? It is brilliant!! Completely barking mad!!! Wink

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A separate forum "Heli-pawque" maybe or would that be for Piggy owners - perhaps that should be Heli-Porque!

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lol! A teabag in his food? Strange cat - must be an aquired taste! lol!

Do you own a pig Flying Foxy? Our two cats are a handful enough! I don't think I could cope with anything that rolls around in mud! lol!

Our cats seem to think it's amusing to bring large mice into the house and leave them at your feet! Then they look at you like they want congratulating!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 7:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The reason for cats bringing in mice or anything in that genre, is to please you as you are the lord and master - it's a gift of appreciation of YOU and your duty is then to praise them!
My cat Fred (RIP) once brought in a rabbit - through the cat-flap..and he laid it on the mat by the sink and lay down next to it. So I got out my Mum's copy of the Cookery Year and with Fred sitting on the top of the dishwasher watching, I skinned it, prepared and cooked it for his tea and he was WELL pleased! I then tanned the fur and still have it somewhere.. I remember that led to Mum bringing me about 30 pelts from the Butcher's and I had a tannery going in the basement as I wanted a rabbit fur waistcoat like the one that Lucien wore in 'The Liver Birds' - but the smell of it all got too much in the room below stairs so I gave up!
Odd what yer do when young eh?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I skinned it, prepared and cooked it for his tea and he was WELL pleased!


Blimey! Rabbit stew! When I first read your post I thought you had cooked it for YOURSELF! lol! Now I have read it again it makes more sense...

...although our cat Pucko would have eaten it raw! She is a bit of an animal!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 9:35 pm    Post subject: Still on the subject of CATS!!!! Reply with quote

I must correct you...........

Cats ARE THE LORD AND MASTERS (OR MISTRESSES..depending on what type they are!!! Confused ) of the house (and they also OWN their owners!!)

Our Misty was definitely the boss of the house , and stupido Eric, in his own way, is certainly the boss in a very spoilt way.......duuuggghhhh!!!!

Misty used to bring half a rabbit in occasionally, or maybe a pigeon or two when we lived in the country......except she wouldn't let us near her 'spoils'!! The worst thing though was walking out of the back door first thing in the morning and standing on a skull of a dead bird! Sad Ugh!!! That crunching noise used to put us off our breakfast!!!


Aaaargh!! The wonders of our animals! Smile Smile

Piccys please of all your pets to put on the forum. We could have our very own 'INTERNET PET SHOW'....hey, now that's an idea......

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 9:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fred was a bit more discerning than Pucko - he did the catching, I knew my place! His second name was Chopin and I never read anywhere about him (Chopin) eating raw meat (or catching rabbits for all that). In those days I was almost totally veggie though now I partake of a little more than I used to - not rabbit, only had that once when I was about 11 and I can STILL taste it..

WG, I was playing in 'Joseph' last week, a school production and it was fabby - great music! In 2 weeks I'm playing in The Gondoliers which is a return to form for me, G&S has always been my staple diet for a place in a pit orchestra though I did once take the part of Giuseppe in 1978 when a handsome lad..

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