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06-09-2012, 01:34 AM
RE: Ran over a cat
(06-09-2012 01:26 AM)Misanthropik Wrote:  I'm actually not that worried about it. lol. Just felt a little shitty and felt like relaying my experience - humor still fully intact.

*UPDATE*

I drove by the spot again tonight, and the precious little kitty that was previously laying on it's side with it's tongue hanging out had become a mangled wreckage of flesh and bone from the 50+ cars that have since run it over in the past 26 hours.

I hate to admit it, but it made me burst into laughter. Not quite the poetic ending that I had imagined. That's my life I guess. Lmao

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poor kitty Blush

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06-09-2012, 01:37 AM
RE: Ran over a cat
(05-09-2012 05:33 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Cats are stupid. "Roughly 80 percent of camera-equipped cats encountered a risky situation at least once a week." ... And they will FUCKING EAT YOU!

I apparently have two equally dim-witted cats here at home. They're sisters. The first one decided to jump into the dryer when I wasn't looking, and the only reason she didn't get cooked was because I heard her thumping around and meowing as the dryer tossed the clothes.

The second one suceeded in setting the majority of her ass on fire when she decided to lovingly rub against a lit candle, before freaking out and running about the house in a vain attempt to extinguish the flames. (That was a fun Thanksgiving dinner)

And this was only a few weeks before she decided to take an intentional leap off of the 2nd story balcony; shattering her leg.

I just.......ugh. *Facepalm*

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06-09-2012, 01:39 AM
RE: Ran over a cat
................................................................................​................................................................................​........................................................................ I like cats ................................................................................​................................................................................​.........I did not need to see this. I will not forget this.

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06-09-2012, 01:41 AM
RE: Ran over a cat
(06-09-2012 01:34 AM)nach_in Wrote:  
(06-09-2012 01:26 AM)Misanthropik Wrote:  I'm actually not that worried about it. lol. Just felt a little shitty and felt like relaying my experience - humor still fully intact.

*UPDATE*

I drove by the spot again tonight, and the precious little kitty that was previously laying on it's side with it's tongue hanging out had become a mangled wreckage of flesh and bone from the 50+ cars that have since run it over in the past 26 hours.

I hate to admit it, but it made me burst into laughter. Not quite the poetic ending that I had imagined. That's my life I guess. Lmao

If that doesn't give you closure I don't know what could Tongue

poor kitty Blush

Haha. I'm not sure old lady Tremors is going to recognize the heap of carnage in front of her house. I can see it now: "Ugh, that's disgusting! I hope Mr. Fluffy-Pants doesn't try to eat that; wherever he is. Ick! *Kicks it off the road with disdain*"

Then she goes off to buy him a new squeaky-mouse for when he comes home.

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14-09-2012, 12:25 AM
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It sounds like you were not at fault at all, so don't think about it anymore. If I am flying along well over the speed limit and hit an animal because, I could have stopped if I weren't going so fast it is clearly my fault. I stick to the limits at night though, so I can hopefully stop in time. Also I live in an area with too many drunks that walk to and from the local bars. It could be a person I hit if I am going too fast and that is a whole different headache. I have had only a back tire go over an animal that had been unseen in the bushes just seconds before and I feel bad for a couple of seconds. Then I think I just thinned the herd and got rid of a stupid one.
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14-09-2012, 05:12 PM
RE: Ran over a cat
(06-09-2012 01:41 AM)Misanthropik Wrote:  
(06-09-2012 01:34 AM)nach_in Wrote:  If that doesn't give you closure I don't know what could Tongue

poor kitty Blush

Haha. I'm not sure old lady Tremors is going to recognize the heap of carnage in front of her house. I can see it now: "Ugh, that's disgusting! I hope Mr. Fluffy-Pants doesn't try to eat that; wherever he is. Ick! *Kicks it off the road with disdain*"

Then she goes off to buy him a new squeaky-mouse for when he comes home.

I fail to see the humor in this.

An old woman with Parkinson's disease--aka "Old Lady Tremors" (nice)--has lost her cat, who might have been her only companion. I'll grant it wasn't your fault if her cat ran under your car, but to make fun of her like this seems a little . . . cold.

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14-09-2012, 05:25 PM
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Poor kitteh... oh well...

You can repent by showing your appreciation to cats that love to chill. Tongue

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15-09-2012, 02:11 AM
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(14-09-2012 05:25 PM)frankiej Wrote:  Poor kitteh... oh well...

You can repent by showing your appreciation to cats that love to chill. Tongue

He should repent by promoting your facebook kittie porn site. Big Grin

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15-09-2012, 07:04 PM
RE: Ran over a cat
(14-09-2012 05:12 PM)cufflink Wrote:  
(06-09-2012 01:41 AM)Misanthropik Wrote:  Haha. I'm not sure old lady Tremors is going to recognize the heap of carnage in front of her house. I can see it now: "Ugh, that's disgusting! I hope Mr. Fluffy-Pants doesn't try to eat that; wherever he is. Ick! *Kicks it off the road with disdain*"

Then she goes off to buy him a new squeaky-mouse for when he comes home.

I fail to see the humor in this.

An old woman with Parkinson's disease--aka "Old Lady Tremors" (nice)--has lost her cat, who might have been her only companion. I'll grant it wasn't your fault if her cat ran under your car, but to make fun of her like this seems a little . . . cold.

I don't even know if said "old lady" exists, let alone what diseases she may or may not have. lol

It's cold as hell, yes. And that's what years of adverse experiences has programed within me. To be cold and even humorous in the face of unsavory circumstances. Without shielding ourselves against negativity while extending the sword of laughter, we'd all either be on anti-depression meds or getting ready to hang ourselves. Incidentally, when it comes to the latter, I'm speaking from personal experience.

I'd rather make light of the unfortunate death of someone's cat - whoever that person (if any) may be - than allow myself to be infiltrated by heart-wrenching guilt.

Not that I can help my current response if I tried Wink

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