A+ revenge tactic

HA HA HA HA. I tip my hat to whoever thought of such a beautiful revenge plot.


Missing Pedigreed Cat Turns Up _ Neutered

Prized Pedigreed Cat Returns Neutered After Two-day Absence From New Zealand Home

(AP) WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – A valuable pedigreed cat that went missing from its New Zealand home turned up two days later a little different – it had been surgically castrated.

Owner Michelle Curtis said she was furious when Buddy, her prized Siamese-Bengal cross, came home “fixed.”

“I couldn’t believe someone took my cat and got him fixed. I don’t know why they would do that,” Curtis told Bay of Plenty Times newspaper in an article Thursday. “It really was quite bizarre. I mean, who just takes someone’s cat and gets them neutered?”

Curtis said she had owned Buddy for almost two years and was considering using him as a stud cat.

“What am I supposed to do now? I can’t exactly get someone to sew them back on,” she told the newspaper.



20 Responses to A+ revenge tactic

  1. Charmskool says:

    hahaha heeheehee snort chuckle. Ahh gee that was good! I love this.

  2. woofles says:

    What was it revenge for?

  3. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Something bad, I’m sure. Perhaps the woman parked in the revenge-taker’s parking space in their complex? Or maybe the woman played music really loudly till all hours?

  4. HotGuy43 says:

    DBAWIW – I’m the king of schadenfreude and revenge (although usually I just bide my time and fate gets my “enemies” far more effectively than I ever could), but I think this story might have a far more banal explanation …

    The cat wandered from home (as un-neutered male cats will). Someone saw it, liked it and maybe thought it was a stray and wanted to keep it. They decided to adopt it and had it fixed accordingly, but then the cat went home ….

  5. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Nah, I reckon I’m right.
    Speaking of fate, thought, I’m still wondering how long it will take Eleanor Moore to bite the big one, and what you might do then.

  6. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Jesus. Would be nice if I could compose an English sentence.

  7. Charmskool says:

    Actually, I think HG43 is absolutely spot on correct. By the way why do you have it in for Eleanor Moore – she plays good music (played) and why are you waiting for her to shuffle off this ….. btw is she in the process thereof? Nobody tells me anything!

  8. HotGuy43 says:

    Charmskool, for five years in the middle part of the last decade, I hosted a radio show on a very small community station. I was working in exactly the same musical zone as EM, but of course never had the kind of listenership she does. It’s an elaborate joke – one which DBAWIW is in on – that I want to displace her and host her show myself. 🙂

    She does play good music, in the main, and would seem to be a thoroughly nice woman – a friend of mine works with her at 702 and has nothing but good things to say about her. However, enthusiasm is not a substitute for knowledge and she does get things spectacularly wrong at times when it comes to the “information” she provides! Don’t believe everything she tells you!

  9. Charmskool says:

    Ahhh thank you HG43 for the explanation. I must admit I rarely listen to what she is saying. I just listen to her say what she is/has played and tune out the waffle. Turns out I was right not to listen to the rest after all.

  10. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Charm, HG43, if you dated, you could spend romantic Saturday nights together listening to Eleanor Moore while Hot Guy explains what she really should be saying! 🙂
    Take pictures!

  11. HotGuy43 says:

    DBAWIW, you’re on thin ice … I might turn vengeful and tell all your readers that your name is really Mary Smith and that DBAWIW is just a pseudonym.:)

  12. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Lolol, ah HotGuy, you do amuse me.
    Why on earth would anyone believe that the very melodious name, DBAWIW, would be a pseudonym? My mother, MODBAWIW, and father, FODBAWIW, thought long and hard when naming me, I tell ya.

  13. Charmskool says:

    Hot Guy43!!!! The thought of spending a romantic Saturday night with me listening to Eleanor Moore and broadening my knowledge of music trivia makes you vengeful. Now MY feelings are hurt. Perhaps we should re-think this dating thing – I don’t think we are meant for each other. And anyway I think Eleanor Moore is very smart and knows stuff!!!!!

  14. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    HA HA HA, Charm, you made me laugh out loud there! “And anyway I think Eleanor Moore is very smart and knows stuff!!!!!”

    I am sorry to hear that this great romance is off.

  15. HotGuy43 says:

    Charmskool, we’ve never even met, so please don’t take it personally. (Just to fill you in, DBAWIW has also threatened to create profiles of me on dating sites without my knowledge, so I tend to get jumpy when she goes into Hello Dolly mode.) Actually, all jokes aside. I suspect we might well get along. DBAWIW has said as much before … 🙂

    I don’t deny that Eleanor knows some stuff – but I know more. 🙂 Let’s just say that I would never play a recording by Jo Ann Greer and say it was by Doris Day or that Kay Starr – who was a really big name in the 50s – is a “not very well known singer who made a few albums for Capitol Records”.

    DBAWIW, we’re overdue for a pizza and some drinks. Why don’t we ask Charm to join us next time?

  16. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    Sadly, Charm lives in Slaap-stad, HG43. Oh, the obstacles that hinder true love!!!!

  17. Charmskool says:

    Oh no! Eleanor Moore really doesn’t know much does she. Hell I would have burst a blood vessel if I’d heard her say that Kay Star was “not a very well known singer” and I’d probably have thought that Doris Day didn’t much sound like herself on that record and been a bit puzzled that my hearing was going at this early age (ok it’s only early in my opinion but my opinion counts for something). Right, so safe in the knowldedge that we live in separate cities that require an expensive air trip to visit – the romance is back on – next time I’m in Jozi I’m meeting you and DBAWIW for a pizza – I suspect we’d make an interesting looking trio…..

  18. HotGuy43 says:

    If you ever have occasion to be in town, Charm, be in touch! And DBAWIW, don’t knock Cape Town – remember I lived there for 10 years and a corner of my heart still thinks of it as home!

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