Cat jumps on wall to catch reflection


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Hydrogen, not helium. If the sun ran on helium, it would talk in a funny high-pitched voice like a cartoon chipmunk!


#3

I forgot that before there were lasers, there was the watch spot.


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> We will both be sad when the sun runs out of helium in 5 billion years and we won’t be able to play this game any longer.

Warm n’ buttery comfort food for your soul: The sun never burns out in Heaven.

Disquieting, soul-wrenching dark truth: Cats aren’t allowed in Heaven.


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Yes, I remember discovering the watch reflection once by accident when I saw my cat chase something and thought “hey, this is like a laser pointer”, but obviously the laser pointer as cat toys folk knew about the watch reflection first.


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Wait… there were no cats before lasers, right? How could there be cats?


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At least one did!

This was a tearjerker for me when I was of an age that it was incredibly embarrassing for it to be a tearjerker.


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Before there were iWatches, there was also the watch SPOT.


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Ya, 5 BY is when it runs out of hydrogen and has to puff up and use it’s helium… (if I remember correctly)


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Silly hooman, cats invented lazors!


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You do. It also incinerates the Earth at that time so that cat is likely to have bigger problems.


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If there are no cats, it’s a wrong Heaven.


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Yush! If there are no cats in Heaven, I do NOT want!


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More immediate problem is in Q3 of 2015 when the rounded dome of the ubiquitous iWatch means that this trick is impossible


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