Maybe I should get the peep to put some padding on that ol' oak tree at the end of the driveway. Protect it from...
And another? MOUSES!
And there's one more who just, at this moment, walked smack dab into... MOUSES!
Maybe if they were to look up from their phones while walkin', they'd stop bangin' into stuff and...
For mousin' sake. Poor tree. I'm gonna wrap some pillows around its trunk, for sure.
I'm just kidding, really. There are no Pokemon players wanderin' past my house, not lookin' where they're goin', bumpin' into trees... YET.
But that's not to say there aren't peeps bangin' into trees in other cats' yards, 'cause I've heard they're bangin' into buildings, and parked cars, and all sorts of stuff. Wanderin' around where they shouldn't be wanderin'. Not lookin' where they're goin', when they really should be lookin'. It's as crazy as crazy can be. Crazier than a squirrel makin' nut pies kind of crazy, for sure.
And speakin' of squirrels makin' nut pies... Those nut pie makin' squirrels are gonna be none-too-pleased if peeps actually do start bumpin' into their oak tree at the end of my driveway. MOUSES!
The Pokemon crazy... I mean, craze, became available here in Canada only recently, but from what I heard, no sooner were the Canadian Pokemon servers up, but they were down. It's true! Heard it on the news and everythin'. I'm thinkin' they must use the same IT Support I do. Peep #1, AKA IT Support on LIFE support. And that's on a good day, for sure. MOUSES!
But to be perfectly honest, I really don't know much 'bout this Pokemon guy, although cats all 'round the net are talkin' about him. When I first heard about him, I thought peeps were tryin' to poke some man or somethin'.
You know, when I was a wee sprout of a kitten, we called that game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. MOUSES!
Come to think of it, peeps ran into stuff like walls and trees playin' Pin the Tail on the Donkey, too. Wearin' a blindfold and spinning in circles will do that to you, for sure.
Now like I said, I know practically NOTHIN' about this game involvin' pokin' mans... I mean, mons... No, I mean... whatever.
Anyway, from what I can tell, the peeps playin' pokin' the mon are lookin' for stuff. Now this stuff is all around 'em but they can't see it, 'cause either it's invisible to the naked eye, like atoms and molecules, or...
Or maybe it doesn't actually exist.
Or maybe it doesn't actually exist.
But just because you can't see somethin', it doesn't mean that the something isn't actually there.
Although let's face it, sometimes it does. MOUSES!
But... Sometimes, even though you can't see somethin', you still KNOW it's there, 'cause you can smell it. For example, when my brother Anderson lives up to his title, Sir Fartsalot, I don't have to see him to know he is there. MOUSES!
But back to the mons bein' poked and the peeps who are poking 'em. These poking mons peeps seem to be able to find the invisible - possibly non-existent - things if they glue their eyes to their phones. Of course, when peeps do glue their eyes to their phones, lookin' for otherwise invisible things to poke, the poking peeps usually don't notice the other stuff. You know, the other stuff like trees. Trees, buildings, parked cars... WHATEVER, thus explaining the rash of peeps hittin' their heads on inanimate objects and whatnot. And when this happens, although the originally sought after objects may have been invisible, the bruises left on peeps' foreheads are most certainly not. MOUSES!
But what I REALLY wanna know is, now that we've made Pokemon go, does anyone know how to make Pokemon stop? And if Pokemon can be trained to go and stop, can he be trained to come, stay and fetch? And if he can be trained to fetch, can he be trained to fetch the nip? 'Cause let me tell you, if someone could train Pokemon to fetch the nip, I'd get him to fetch me some nip, 'cause let me tell you somethin' else, I could really do with some nip right about now. MOUSES!