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Pussy Figger

Or perhaps the Pussy Modester
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Insatiable pussy; on your lap demanding a stroking or a tickling or a bloody good talking to.

Whilst all this is happening; tail up, he’s waving his arse in your face. Cats are just shameless (and frankly, our cat is not terribly scrupulous in that personal hygiene realm).

I propose a fig leaf, attached to a loop of cord, to hang over the tail. When the tail shoots up, the fig leaf dangles down.

That’s better.

DenholmRicshaw, Jun 10 2005

Quite right platoon http://www.encyclop...m/index.php/Figging
I was wondering who would spot this first (adults only) [DenholmRicshaw, Feb 17 2007]

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       oh just get over it, +1   

       spent 45 minutes tonight trying to take a pic of my cat with its eyes shut - they opened every time I moved my camera...   

       cats are just something else.
po, Jun 10 2005
  

       Insatiable pussy <-- redundant?
daseva, Jun 10 2005
  

       [obligatory]I knew a girl like that once...[/obligatory]
Freefall, Jun 10 2005
  

       I figger I did, too. Once.
reensure, Jun 10 2005
  

       Way too easy. The first paragraph is crawling with innuendo.
hidden truths, Jun 10 2005
  

       Shoulda been, "Insatiable pussy; on your lap demanding a stroking or a tickling or a [bloddy good tongue lashing.]"   

       But purrrrrty close nun the lessssssssss.
McGyver, Jun 11 2005
  

       Inuendo is slightly gratuitous, but the idea is valid. Although, what does the cat do when it has to, ahem, "go"?
5th Earth, Jun 11 2005
  

       //what does the cat do when it has to, ahem, "go"?// Why it ahem, releafs itself.
Adze, Jun 11 2005
  

       As long as it's not resting on its laurels.   

       It wouldn't do to have a leaf stuck inuendo.
wagster, Jun 11 2005
  

       I''ll take two, as neither of mine seems to know that that part even exists, and/or needs daily grooming. (Is there some sort of feline gene that is being diluted, to the point that they no longer find it essential to clean their booties?)
blissmiss, Jun 11 2005
  

       My Arse is super! Does my bum look big etc..   

       UB you are disgusting but we Loooove you
The Kat, Jun 11 2005
  

       [blissmiss] I have heard that a small dab of butter does the trick.
DenholmRicshaw, Jun 12 2005
  

       I''ll be sure to tell the co-owner that helpful hint! Thanks.
blissmiss, Jun 12 2005
  

       So the cattle show industry has a practice called "figging" where a bit of ginger root is inserted into a bull... Don't ask me how... so that the animal has a more "dainty" carriage while being paraded around for the judges.   

       I'm SO glad that this idea had nothing to do with that sort of figging.
ye_river_xiv, Feb 17 2007
  

       Some show horses are also gingered. Never share popcorn with anybody at a horse show. [Oops, that link mentions that, and is fairly twisted--don't look, is my advice.]   

       //attached to a loop of cord// Wouldn't some sort of suction cup work better, and be dual-purpose?
baconbrain, Feb 17 2007
  

       You can't hang a fig leaf over a cat's butt. How would they read then?
normzone, Feb 18 2007
  

       Now "that's" funny.   
      
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