It seems that little Checkers is one robust little cat that can withstand the natural elements and even wild animals. At least that’s what his owner seems to think. When letting his pesky neighbor know about that, he did not intend on holding back.
We feel a little bad for the neighbor though, who was only trying to be nice! Well, if anything happens to Checkers, it’s not on his conscience that’s for sure.
Bad Energy Barbara
Do you know these dating app profiles of people who write "good vibes only" on their bio? Yeah, they probably shouldn't swipe right on Barbara. This proud daughter posted her mom's savage text about her sour aunt Baraba, insisting that there is no way she is coming to this year's Thanksgiving dinner.
Mom only wants good vibes and Aunt Barbara is just so not that. We do appreciate the time her daughter took to show off her mom's text. We do always love a vibe check, and Mom did it perfectly. Sorry Barb, we hope you are not on Twitter.
Got Your Nose
When you're so drunk you're trying to bite your own nose and fear it running away, that's pretty drunk! And it sounds like classic Sean who just can't hold his beer. Thankfully he had his trusted bestie there to make him feel safe.
Or so we hoped. Looks like his bud just had a good time cracking up at his silly friend. Honestly, we can't blame him.
The Allah Cart Menu
Kev needed to know if the restaurant they were going to was "allah cart" supposedly so he could better prepare himself? Well, Kev, if you are going to ask, we implore you to first find out how to write it.
This is a French word, so you're going to have to be a little careful with your spelling. That's à la carte, to you sir! Where is your class?
From diagnoses to treatments, Google has got you covered for all your medical needs (most of the time.) Thankfully this super important text message, though sent to the wrong person, still landed up in the right hands.
The saddest part about this message is that the medical experts figured it out later. On the other hand, we are pleased to know that they didn't just Google it.