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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Worthless Pet has serious competition

A friend of mine sent me the link to this in email today. Honestly, I just don't know what to think. Now that I know that Worthless Pet has a twin named Nora, do I expect him to have musical talent, too? Or do I just believe, as I always have, that his talents lay more in the categories of eating and sleeping?

Plus, I gotta wonder if Nora is looking for a soulmate. I know a fellow around these here parts that would love a pretty musically inclined babe on his 'arm'.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Michael Manning said...

So sorry the computer wouldn't play this, but hello anyway!!!

13/2/07 9:21 PM  
Blogger Her Bad Mother said...

I could use a little bit of that kind of worthlessness with MY cats, who do nothing but complain and fail to amuse me.

14/2/07 7:19 PM  
Blogger scribbler said...

Wow, all my Worthless Pet does is whine when I don't play, and try to climb on my head when I do. She's the kind of W.P. who thinks she could have been a real talent, if only we'd paid for the lessons.

15/2/07 10:25 PM  

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