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I love when they sleep with their tongue poking out! Just sooo cute!


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Good grief...the jelly bean is still tres adorbs...What is up with that? I think it's kinda like human babies...they're made just so adorable that when they turn into teenagers you don't want to just punt them out in the night...

Speaking of...got a set of 2 year old feline twins that may or may not get turned into kitty paw pie after last night...


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I don't have the words for what a snuggly little handsome smooch he is. I just wanna smother him with kisses and give him all the milk and cheese a kitty could eat.


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I am loving his bow tie! It suits him so much!
My how he has grown - he looks so happy and content. Such a handsome boy!


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    • PainfullyAware


      I think my biggest pet peeves is Nuc-u-lar for nuclear (nu-clear). And maybe 'cutter' for Qatar (ka-tar). That might be a Canadian vs American difference.

      I've noticed a change in the hard vs soft 'T' sound in words recently. For example, I say 'impor-ant' with a really soft 'T'. But I've been hearing more of 'impo-TINT', 'cur-TIN'. To me it sounds like really over-exaggerated pronunciation but now I wonder if it's regional to the US Midwest just like my soft 'T' is to southern Ontario? 

      Ps Canadians do NOT say 'oot in aboot' for out and about. Although apparently there is a linguistic term for how Canadians say the 'ou' sounds higher or lower in the mouth than most Americans that gave the basis for that accent stereotype.

    • Italiangirl


      Know i just have to understand if he is my new headship or of the cat are still in charge... 

      Agree better discuss about witch kind of puppy do you should have than wath kind of cheese someone could be 

    • Mercer

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      Edited because all I really need to say is:

      I would suggest that we drop the reporting discussion entirely and assume each poster will act individually according to his or her conscience. Giving the appearance that we are trying to dogpile Kimi will be counterproductive. This is getting into potentially problematic territory because we can't give the incorrect impression that we are attempting to act as a group here. We should just each do whatever we personally feel is appropriate and move the discussion on.

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    • amandaaries


      Fuck. Sorry, double post due to tapa issues.

    • MadeItOut


      1 hour ago, CyborgKin said:


      Joy and Jessa appeared in the Kendrick bros film Courageous (2011) (as 'girl at funeral').  A gang member in that film was played by T.C. Stallings (he was also a lead in War Room (2015).

      T.C. Stallings is cast in not-yet-released film In Stranger Company  (2017), as is Jesse Metcalfe.

      And Jesse Metcalfe is credited in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (1999), as is Kevin Bacon.  (Okay that's a bit of a stretch)

      Thanks, oracleofbacon.org


      I found a better one!

      Alex Kendrick (director, writer, and actor in Courageous) was in The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone (2013) , as was Sahajak Boonthanakit.

      Sahajak Boonthanakit was in Elephant White (2011) as was Kevin Bacon.

      Anyhow, Joy and Jessa have a Bacon Number of 3.


      Same as me. Who'da thunk.