Hillbilly humour   4 comments

Hillbilly Humour

I suppose there isn’t much to do up in the mountains so people have too much time on their hands.

About the Author

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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.

Copies of the Cat’s masterpiece of feline literature ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and his latest wonderful book ‘The Cat’s Travelogue’ can be purchased at a bookstore near you or from the internet at Amazon.com and here for the Travelogue The Cat’s Travelogue Paperback Edition or at what The Cat calls his www – wickedly wonderful website here www.thecatsdiary.com where you can not only learn more about me the genius Cat but also play my games they are all paw picked by me and have been described as “exactly what free on-line games should be, fun, free and fantastic.”


4 responses to “Hillbilly humour

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  1. BOL we really like that!

    • I have to say it appealed to me too! Have a great… cooler weekend, yes I saw the moaning about the early morning walks and heat on Twitter. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      • Well I’m a girl that likes my morning to begin at a sensible time of day. Honestly, who wants to get up before six o’clock. Okay, maybe you do, but I don’t and mum certainly doesn’t want to! Today was much more pleasant and we didn’t start our walk until eight o’clock which is a much more respectable hour! We’d quite like some rain now, our haylage was wrapped this morning so we now have a field full of pale green giant marshmallows, or rather a field sparsely sprinkled with marshmallows might be more accurate. The grass was not at its best this year.
        Anyway, hope you have a good writing weekend and lots of fun with your small human.
        P.S. ‘much plagiarised gag of the same name which appears on all of the funniest joke sites on the internet’ – *scratches head* ??
        P.P.S. Isn’t Excerpt/s a very strange word! #justsaying [isn’t that annoying, people who #hashtag everything]

      • I’m so pleased that the weather is performing the way you want it to! There are very few beings that can do that.

        Oh wait, just two. You and God and I believe only one of them is real! Still God is God backwards and you are fairly… no I don’t like where this sentence is going!

        The much plagiarised gag is ‘The Cat’s Diary,’ its on the internet you know on joke sites. It also morphed into the Dog’s Diary I believe which was nothing to do with me. I wrote that one over 30 years ago. When I was in LA, well Hollywood, but one doesn’t like to brag!

        ‘Excerpts’ is a perfectly fine word in my book, and sadly I have yet to cotton on to what’s wrong with it. I expect you’ll tell me though.

        No writing tomorrow, we have guests. Were doing a big barbecue. We’ll have Shashlik, Lagman and loads of salad from the garden.

        Actually the garden, like you, has been suffering from the sun, the tomatoes are all ripe and the leaves are yellow, have any of your bits either shrivelled or gone yellow, or both?

        What is sad about the tomatoes being all ripe is that I can’t make Green Tomato Chutney, which is divine. My beloved made a lot of Cucumbers in Brine recently and so they were saved.

        The Cucumbers you need for that are the ones the Brits put in Vinegar. Actually they are nice fresh too, better than ordinary Cucumbers that tends to make me feel a little sick when eating it.

        Regarding your Haylage, do you bale it in giant square bales or create those great big wheel things? I personally miss the old bales, but then they were for ordinary Hay I suppose :0) though everything is baled in big circles here.

        Last weekend there was a very large fire across several fields of some golden crop or the other. It was just down the road, if we hadn’t heard the fire engines we would have known about it anyway because the water pressure disappeared, yes it was that big a fire.

        Mind you our water for the village isn’t like the stuff you get in the towns. The Mesto, that’s Czech for Town (I suppose) buys it’s water and stores it in a tank. Not sure how it gets here, but the stuff that comes out is almost undrinkable it is so hard.

        We had to buy a special kettle to cope with the calcium deposits. The kettle is plastic but has a steel lining which you can blast with descaler every week.

        Still at the weekend we treat ourselves and use bottled water, though of course I disagree with the idea of selling water in bottles but that is another story. So at the weekend we get really nice tea. Oddly enough coffee isn’t affected by the crap water. I haven’t worked out why.

        Maybe you know?

        If not I’ll tell you if I ever find out and can rememeber I promised to tell you, so sadly unless you know, you’ll never discover why, because my memory is simply appalling!

        Speaking of dreadful memories I turned up at my daughter’s kindergarten on Friday was confronted by a new teacher who didn’t know me and so I had to ask for the return of my baby.

        Unfortunately I asked for a child called ‘Jo,’ the name of my oldest daughter. Oh it was delightfully confusing because it takes place in Czech, english and sign language. It was all about as clear as one of Donald Trump’s speeches.

        Sadly I am getting old and combine that with being daft, something I achieved years ago, there is no hope for me.

        Do have a great weekend.

        Oh one last set of questions.
        How do you serve Haylage.
        Does the whole family like it.
        Do you have enough for the winter?

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