The Mockster: He's Cool For Cats
- Learning that I've named our carbon copy kitten,"The Mockster," Paul
experiences some sort of nagging discomfiture. He reacts as if his
name has been thrown to the dogs...er, the cats. Perhaps he torments
himself with imagined yet highly probable scenarios where his name is
used in the most unbecoming manner. For example, Hey "The Mockster"
stop licking your genitals in front of company!" Heh, heh. Such was
probably going thru his head when he coughed up this bit of scardey-
cat ball of hair:
> Is anyone else in the room as frightened right now as I am?studio.
> Oleh, keep in mind that I don't *have* to unlock the door to the
> btw: you forgot the (c) after the name, and you must pay me $0.002every
> time you call your new cat by name.Hey Cat....if the paw fits wear it, say I. I will pay you. Yes.
> np: Social Distortion - Live @ the Roxy
How 'bout in kibbles and bits? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
He's very cool for caa-aa-aa-tts.
(w/maniac laughter as the implication of his pulsating and febrile
psychosis stresses Paul out even more)
>Ps I am dedicating the aforementioned Squeeze tune to you tonight.
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- I'm sure I'm not the first person to notice this, but the flute
part on Out On The Road gives the song a heavy Astral Weeks
flavor. Of course, there's no hair on fire vocal gymnastics, but
it does have that late night quietude about it.
"Excess on occasion is exhilarating. It prevents moderation from acquiring the deadening effect of a habit."
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