Friday Night Treat by John Cole| December 10, 202111:22 pm| 54 CommentsThis post is in: Open ThreadsFacebookTweetEmail You are welcome.
Dogs and cats, living together
Ah, the ten minute Bigfoot.
The classics truly never do go out of style.
That louche back left gam gets me every time. Just a total grand bastarde.
And well Lily, she’s a gem.
Dem some majestic floofs.
Lily, lovely Lily!
Is Steve bigger than Lily?
Blood pressure just sighed and dropped a notch.
Goku (aka Amerikan Baka)
Love that belly picture of Steve.
Pretty girl and chonky boy! I had to order both calendars so I could get the big pictures of Lily and Steve!
Lily’s face seems to expressing adoration for you while Steve’s shows annoyance with you.
Steve is magnificent
Absolutely magnificent! ?
Also, MASS HYSTERIA!
@Goku (aka Amerikan Baka): Clever girl.
Precious Lily and handsome Steve. Thank you!
Major Major Major Major
Lily!! We’ve missed you!
Overdue from the lurker thread: This is delightful!
@Raoul Paste: LOL commented a gif of this on his FB post. First thing that came to mind :P
Love those little Friday night faces.
I love Lily. Steve reminds me of a childhood yard cat my dad adopted to rid our corner lot of dogshit. His name was Henry Herbie and touching any part except a small patch between his ears was asking for big trouble.
They all look so cute?
@Raoul Paste: the water circling the wrong way when you flush the toilet… END TIMES!
@NotMax: Bigfoot carve out for pet pics tho amirite?
God bless Mac Miller and everyone who makes music.
I noodle around with my music production software tonight and felt humbled, confused, ignorant, and so joyful I almost cried.
62° and thuderstorms in NE Ohio in December. Had to shut the window to keep the rain out.
@sab: I hope you’re not getting hit with tornadoes in your area. I haven’t heard from my Missouri cousins this evening, will try again tomorrow.
Noses needing boops and cat fur.
Raucous Friday night.
@opiejeanne: None predicted so far. Who would have thought we would even be thinking about tornados in December. They are so seasonal.
It’s 47 in SoCal.
@sab: I thought they were a late spring phenomenon but they seem to come year ’round some years.
@Ruckus: It’s 44 near Seattle. Heavy wind tonight.
David ? ☘The Establishment☘? Koch
We’re gonna need a bigger boat
Who’d have thunk weather talk was boring. I find it concerning, Climate change is real, however much we deny it,
Our Lilybelle! How old is she, now? What a sweet punim.
Woke up to 58° and the rain has long since passed. But the temps will steadily drop today and we’ll have snow starting in the afternoon. The prediction is for barely an inch, but warm temps in winter have lead to the biggest snowfalls later (Big Snow 1967, Blizzard of 1979), so I’m hoping history doesn’t repeat itself.
Hope all our Jackals in or near the paths of these tornadoes will check in when they can and let us know they’re safe.
(CNN)At least 50 people are likely dead after a tornado hit southwestern Kentucky late Friday, according to Gov. Andy Beshear.
“We know that we are likely to have more than 50 deaths, if not significantly north of that, from this event,” Beshear told CNN affiliate WLKY.
I woke up very early and watched a few hours of the CNN coverage. Really scary stuff.
@raven: Local news is reporting that the death count will be over 100. As of now, it appears that our storms will not be as severe.
@JPL: Yea, we’ll probably not see the worst of it.
@JPL: An Amazon warehouse is being called a mass casualty site near Edwardsville IL too. Might have been 100 people inside when the roof collapsed. Hope tornado sirens went off in time for them to shelter.
@satby: The extreme weather patterns are becoming the new normal. Just so sad.
Do you have really heavy fog? I can hardly see the security lights outside my window. Better than tornadoes, though.
@SiubhanDuinne: Foggy but not heavy. I can see my shed in the back of the lot. I am going to make sure that everything is charged before the storms move through.
@raven: I’m reading about a tornado on the ground from Arkansas thru to Kentucky. 220 miles on the ground.
How wide is that plinth?
I need something for scale.
Is it 8 inches?
A cat & his dog. Picture taken by the staff. Thanks John.
I love the contrasting facial expressions.
Wow. Either Lily is really tiny or Steve is HUGE!
No One of Consequence
“You can run the can-opener, right?”
“Don’t worry kid, I got this.”