The one where they are in the loop playing cards over and over?zoobyshoe said:That ones is pretty fuzzy in my mind. I don't remember the regression part.
The episode I have memorized is the one about the deja vus. I thought they did a great job of capturing the weird mood you have when you're having alot of them, and are certain you must have lived through the events at least several times before.
Yeah, and they all start to "know" what cards are going to come up next. That is exactly what happens to you: if you speculate in your mind about what's going to happen next, that speculation seems so eerily familiar your gut instinct is that you're remembering it from having lived that moment before. When what you think is going to happen doesn't, you think: "Oh, so it's changed a bit since the last go round!"Evo said:The one where they are in the loop playing cards over and over?
Um, er, um, uh...does he rub his back legs together at the same time? It's...well...what all male mammals seem to like doing. :uhh: "Pumping" seems to be a better term than "kneading" at his age.Evo said:My cat. He "pumps" with his paws, some call it "kneading", it's what kittens do when they're milking their moms. He's obsessive about it.
You haven't read the Dr Foofer threads. It's an old joke.
Why does the name Phyllis Diller come into my mind? Did she wear some kind of long sleeve furry gloves?Evo said:Oh my, could this be a new love interest for roving nocturnal purple jellyfish? A lobster with silky blond hair?
When you said a lobster with silky blonde hair, I was thinking someone sent you a photo of me with a sunburn.Evo said:Oh my, could this be a new love interest for roving nocturnal purple jellyfish? A lobster with silky blond hair?
Usually, this is only true if you don't like them. Once you get used to the idea that they're boss and you're pretty much just their food and pooper slave, they make wonderful pets.chroot said:Point of contention: cats can't be trained not to bite (or scratch).