Do’s and Don’ts in December 7

Don’t dress the cat, ever. Feline’s sense of humor is limited…

Ne jamais déguiser le chat. Le sens de l’humour félin est assez limité.

10 thoughts on “Do’s and Don’ts in December 7

  1. bwahahahahahahahahahahhahaahaha. yeah! this is going to laugh me silly till the end of the year and probably most of the next year and the rest of my life too. yeah. way funny sense of humor you have Benedicte Delachanal – your cat must have incomprehensible tolerance with you – oh – and aloha and Mele Kalikimaka e Hau’oli Makahiki Hou! (Merry Christmas and Happy New year!) along with great amounts of laughter all year long… aloha – wrick.

  2. Hi Wrick,
    it is good to read your laughing…make me laugh too, good therapy to cope with winter!
    Thank you also for all the greetings in Hawaiian, I hope you are not making a joke and telling me something else, bwahaha…
    It is a beautiful singing language.
    I appreciate you typing this very long name but you can call me Benedicte, or even Ben.
    Joyeux Noel et bonne année!

    • bwahahaha – aloha Benedicte – i’ll see if i can remember… like you with the hawaiian language wondering what i’ve really said… not being familiar with your name as name, i didnt want to shorten it to something that wasnt appropriate. ….yeah, i did really wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! in the Hawaiian language. you are right, Hawaiian is a very beautiful singing language – it’s full of breath and life. …which is actually what aloha means too – to give the breath of life to someone – which again is why you can say it upon both arriving and departing. (there are actually layers of meaning in the word – Aloha – and i’m not a wordist, so take what i’ve said as loosely being accurate) …Bene… Benedi…. hmmm… just testing out the visualness of letters… work on laughter. work on smiles. it makes a difference (imo) – just like these Do’s and Don’ts – way fun. aloha.

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