Does this happen before or after you eat the curry?   2 comments

Before or after eating

Did you Poo Green Curry?

I only ask because it has never happened to me… happily!

Actually it sounds like a nice curry so I am tempted to risk, um, how can I put this? Oh yes… ‘the consequences.’

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The Cat is one of the most successful feline authors in the history of Catkind. His sharp elegant wit has produced the bestselling book ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and of course the much plagiarised gag of the same name which appears on all of the funniest joke sites on the internet.

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2 responses to “Does this happen before or after you eat the curry?

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  1. Well, now you come to mention it, my poo is sometimes rather green. I’d call it an army green, khaki, camouflage kind of green – comes from eating fresh horse poo and green tripe. I can’t say I’ve ever eaten green curry, though I may have licked the odd plate, but I don’t think that would count. Mum doesn’t mind me doing ‘green’ poo – BOL on our walks we do see some disgusting examples of poo, not all canine, but she reckons mine are pretty perfect, especially on the occasions she has to bag them to take home. Mostly we’re out walking in places where picking up isn’t required – then it’s called fertiliser!

    • You gave your poo a name, and such a long one too! If I was going to give my poo a name I would probably go for something short and catchy like um… ‘Pong’ or something like that but “army green, khaki, camouflage” is way too long.

      I thought you looked like an odd plate licker and anyone who eats horse poo would need an odd plate wouldn’t they!

      I am sure your Mum loves not only your Poo but you too dear Teagan, let’s face it pal anyone as good looking as you and I deserves to be adored and in my case obeyed too of course!

      Ok I am off to try and do something about the fact that I STILL dont get your new blog delivered and I miss it.

      Toodle pip! As they say around the Cotswolds!

      The Cat

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