Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Watching TV Can Damage Your Health
First, I like watching TV. I wouldn't call myself an addict, but I like to stretch out close to the TV sometimes, my head pillowed on my Giant Scratchy Mouse, enjoying the warmth radiating off the TV, video, DVD player and digibox (did I mention my humans like piling their gadgets up on each other?)
OK, so sometimes I fall asleep watching TV. And when I'm enjoying a relaxing snooze, I like to streeeeetch out my paws and get all comfy.
But I didn't mean to press the STOP button on the video recorder with my back paws. That was an accident. And I certainly didn't mean to do it while my mum was taping ER last night. And I'm very sorry that she missed out on the last 25 minutes of her programme, and I know she adores that Dr. Kovac character, so I can understand that she was upset...but it was an accident, right?
My people leave those remote thingies all over the place. They drop them alot, too.
Thank you for the lovely logo! I have put it up on the blog with Mom's help.
Mom says she tried to mail you but it bounced back. The surrver is acting funny, she says. But she isn't laughing. I wonder why?
Anyway here I am, the messenger of thanks. *purr*
Note from Sammy's mom - no, as you know Eric, it's NOT fun to get hit in the head with a remote.
Accidents are so great for treats. They always want to check our appetites and so we get treats too when that happens......Will they never learn.......hope not....
Try that one out on Mom. Be sure to give the pouty face while you say it--and don't start laughing! She'll know it's a scam then!
I see you learned the secret amongst cats. LOOK injured and they comfort and feed us.
You are alright, aren't you? You're not really suppose to get hurt, just look like it.
Milk this for all its worth, treats, extra loving etc.
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