So Peepers went and got herself a la-dee-dah "pizza stone" the other day. She SAYS that with it, she'll be able to make a decent pizza. I say, she wants to make decent pizzas, she needs to start puttin' tuna on 'em.
Ba-dum bum. Tsss...
But tuna aside, I seriously cannot fathom how poundin' some pizza dough with some kinda rock is gonna make said pizza taste better.
So anyway, I've been faced with a dilemma, my friends. Faced with a dilemma, I say. I have a problem of preposterous proportions, for sure. And this dilemma of mine affects everyone around me, I'm afraid. My dilemma is...
My dilemma is...
My dilemma is: catnip or valerian. Which is better? What do you think?
Okay, so that's not really my dilemma on account OF EVERYONE KNOWIN' nothin' can ever beat the nip.
Plus, that ol' valerian smells like stinky feet.
Okay, so seriously. Seriously, I do have a dilemma at paw; and said dilemma is that that nosy neighbour who was sneakin' around, hidin' in the bushes, was back again, my friends.
Now I'm tellin' ya, NORMALLY I wouldn't be too concerned on account of my normally not carin' what peeps get up to as long as whatever they're gettin' up to doesn't affect me. But the thing is, near some of those bushes where he has been lurkin', I have my catnip growin'. AND AS EVERYONE KNOWS, catnip is always of great concern to me.
I mean, it's bad enough that my nip plants got all soaked and smushed by that rain we had a little while ago. That was a disaster, for sure. But the plants were finally dryin' out and reviving and I was thinkin' I might still get a small crop, even if it's not the best. But if nosy neighbourin' peeps are sneakin' about, possibly imbibin' in the nip and whatnot, what are the chances I'll get any nip crop at all?
I know, I know... I know what you're thinkin'. You're thinkin', peeps don't imbibe in the nip.
BUT WHAT IF YOU'RE WRONG?
I mean, most peeps don't wander around cats' driveways, lurkin' in the shadows. Right? RIGHT?
JUST TELL ME I'M WRONG.
So the plan is...
The plan is....
Okay, so truth be told, I don't have a plan.
As of yet.
But when I do...
And nosy neighbourin' peeps are gonna regret even contemplatin' messin' with my nip.
Remember to mask up, too.
Is this some sort of human peeping tom issue, Seville?ReplyDelete
Call the popo!
Not sure how much peepin' he's doin'. He's not peepin' in windows, I don't think. But he's definitely interferin' with my bloggin' by wanderin' around the driveway two and three times a day and distractin' me.Delete
I hate to add more to the dilemma, but silvervine is even better than both of those. :) XOReplyDelete
Hmmm... Silvervine smell like stinky feet? Askin' for a friend. PURRSDelete
I hate to add to your dilemma, but silvervine is better than both. :) XOReplyDelete
You need to protect your Nip Seville, whatever it takes!ReplyDelete
I surely do! I'm gonna pee on him if I see him messin' with my nip, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
That neighboring peep better not be messing with your nip, Sivvers. Come to think of it, it's creepy that they're skulking about like that...ReplyDelete
It sure is. Peepers told him to leave the last time he was here and he went off, pouting all the way. Hasn't been back. Yet. We'll see... MOUSES!Delete
The Abys here have always preferred silvervine, although the two youngsters seem to like catnip too. We've never tried valerian.ReplyDelete
Tastes like stinky feet.Delete
Not that I actually know what stinky feet taste like.
Okay, so maybe I do.
Maybe you should get a backup nip plant for inside the house.ReplyDelete
We angel kitties never tried valerian, but petcretary uses it, herself. LOL! Hope your intruder remembers that your nip is just about a sacred entity!ReplyDelete