A CAT was bragging to a FOX of his clever ways of facebooking, photoshopping, posts, and 1005 ways of cooking chiken.
"I have an LG full of pictures to mutate, 1005 ways of cooking chiken" the CAT said, "and a hundred ways of being funny with words. I know A LOT of technology, and I'm very very clever."
"I have only one way, and I'm a blonde," said the FOX; "but I can generally manage with that, and with the help of a highlighting here and there."
So time went on, the FOX saw how very clever and funny the CAT was, and loved his videos, his texts, posts, and all things CAT. The FOX grew quite fond of the CAT, and wanted nothing more than to be with the CAT. The CAT in the interim went about playing with bubble wrap, golf balls and taking extraordinarily long hot showers, and plotting, posting, liking, reading Space Today on a daily basis, growing brain power.
The FOX saw all the comments coming through on the CAT's post. The CAT, very popular and loved by all, said "Smootchie!" The FOX immediately went to her laptop and did the only thing she knew how to do. She posted a simple picture. This is my simple plan," said the FOX. "What are you going to do?"
The CAT thought first of one photoshop, then another, even better trick popped into his head and he started in the other direction. Then the CAT stopped. Another trick had come to him but he wasn't quite sure if it was better than the second one he'd had. The CAT always could post a port-a-potty picture... well maybe....The CAT could always help the FOX's enemy post photoshop pictures ! The CAT could always always try and scare the FOX with his feet !
While he was debating time ticked away, like the cat's in the cradle with the silver spoon. Meanwhile, the FOX was silently waiting, posting just one picture. A picture of the CATS feet which she thought were cute.
And at last, the CAT in his confusion as to which picture was best was lassoed by the FOX. They ordered pizza with shallots. Lipstick was smeared (the CAT was wearing some that day), oh and people starred because, well, you know, a CAT & a FOX.
Moral of the story: sometimes things are the way they are. Including FOXes who fall hopelessly for CATs, even those that live in a land far, far away.
|From Drop Box|
The End (kindof)
written by a Blond Bren Fox