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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Housewives don't get much more bored than this

So... I'm pretending to be my cat and writing a review of a kids' book. A bad sign?


  • At 3:01 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    No, it's a good sign! I loved this part:

    Make sure not to hurry to the door too quickly when it opens. You have your dignity to maintain. In fact, it's never a bad idea to stop halfway across the threshold and attend to an itch on your back, just to remind the hyoo-mans of whose timetable we're all on.

    My cats don't go out, but they get locked away into a separate part of the house at night, and they object to this very much. One of the cats actively hides from me, and sometimes the only way I can smoke him out is to open a closet door (an irresistible temptation), wait for him to go inside, close the door, wait for him to get bored with being inside, open the door, and snatch him on his way out. He's definitely not as dignified as your cat.

  • At 11:18 PM, Blogger Tammy said…

    Dignity is Puck's watchword.

    Your cats sound wily, though. Mine are so easily motivated by food (the fat buggers) that it's not even sporting to try and trick them. All you have to do is shake the can of Pounce treats. Which probably goes a long way toward explaining why our other cat, Lulu, is shaped roughly like an Easter ham.


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