The Pussy Oversoul: Bite-Size News O’the Day

  • Our next-door neighbor has a rooster who crows on Rooster Standard Time. Neighbor asked us not to turn him in to the the neighborhood association, because it’s an accidental rooster: “We just wanted to keep chickens for eggs, but one of the chicks turned out to be a boy.” Butch Concentrate and I are OK with this because our workday starts at 7 a.m.
  • I just renewed a library book for the 3rd time. Its title? Meditation Now Or Never.
  • If you have 4 cats and mad factorial/permutational skills, you know that the number of possible cat conflicts equals 24. But if you don’t live at our house, you’ll be surprised to learn that the aggressor in all current conflicts is a hairless cat with no claws and four teeth:

I will totally fuck your shit up.

  • Butch Concentrate and I are exhausted, so our conversations are semi-lucid:

Me: “I had the weirdest dream last night.”

BC: “I can’t find the storage room keys, but I know I left them RIGHT HERE. ON THE TABLE.”

Me: “About bats.”

BC: “It’s not like I need anything in the storage room right NOW, but I WILL, you know?”

Me: “A school of vampire bats rushed at me and attached themselves to my skin. I couldn’t get them off! One was on my LABIA, but no one would help me. Everyone said, ‘You brought this on yourself.’ I think it means something about systemic sexual vulnerability; societal draining of Woman as a construct;  patriarchal colonization of…of  the Pussy Oversoul.”

BC: “Hey! I found the TV remote! Do we get the Sundance Channel?”

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9 thoughts on “The Pussy Oversoul: Bite-Size News O’the Day

  1. Butch Concentrate (if that is kittehs real name!) looks rather like our *undercooked, fetus-boy* rescued pit bull doggie.

    No offense, BC. 😛

  2. This was hilarious! Plus, I had no trouble understanding why Kreacher is the aggressor. One look like that one and I’d back away very slowly.

  3. Question: I’m allergic to cats, but I like them. Is the hairless cat one that people aren’t allergic to, do you know? (It’s partly the saliva that causes allergy, I’ve heard, so this is not a silly question).

  4. From what I’ve heard, you’re less likely to be allergic to a hairless cat — or, if you’re still allergic, it isn’t as bad — but I don’t know. You might have to hang out with one before you made the bald cat commitment…

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