My cat likes to wake up at 3:00AM and play with pencils in bed. And he purrs. I'm not fond of waking up on pencil points, what do you recommend?
Also if I feel like my boss is a dick, can I take a few days off so they can see how valuable I am? As the saying goes, absence makes the heart grow fonder you know :)
AND have you ever tried a flamethrower on a snowman? Those guys are tougher than you would think.
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I wouldn't care for waking up on pencils either. One of our cats goes into the bathroom sink at night and cries/meows until we get her out. If we shut the bathroom door it's not a problem, but sometimes we forget. I think she just likes the thrill of being rescued.
Does the cat get the pencils from within the room or bring them from other rooms? It would be ridiculous to pencil proof your entire house. If they are just from the bedroom you could throw the pencils in a drawer at night. If the pencils are coming from throughout the house? I don't know. That's a tough one. Are you opposed to installing one of those bank teller chains to all your pencils? That's something to think about.
I am pro taking a couple days off! I just did this week! It was great. It was my days off with nothing planned days. They were kind of amazing. I watched Maury where I learned that if a man comes home with chapped nipples he's cheating. I made some bread. I drew some pictures. I got a journal and I wrote in it, put stickers in it and drew in it. I totally recommend days off.
My design teacher gave us a weekly assignment one semester of taking ourselves out on a date. Sometimes taking yourself out on a date is sitting on the couch and watching Maury.
I've never attempted flame-throwing a snow man. I'm certainly not opposed to trying though! I will keep their resilience in mind when/if I do.
Thanks for the question! It's been a long time since I've had a question. In fact, Heath and I were discussing possibly doing a special edition question answering podcast. Maybe. If the internet is lucky! Heath's husband already has the perfect name for it. Any questions you want addressed here's the email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will keep your identity as private as you want me to.