cat in a diaper

“Ted... ever wonder why some words are funnier than others?”

Ted the Animator: “…no?”

Carl the Animator: “Like, take ‘mule deer.’ Why are mule deer funnier than most other animals?”

Ted the Animator: “Are they really, though?”

Carl the Animator: “Yes! I’ve done a lot of mule deer thinking, lately.”

Ted the Animator: “…that’s a sentence you don’t hear every day.”

Carl the Animator: “Take a look at one. Visually, at best, they’re just marginally-funnier than a regular deer… but the phrase ‘mule deer’? That puts it over the top.”

Ted the Animator: “I’m not sold. Give me an example.”

Carl the Animator: “Well, let’s say someone is advertising hot sauce. Saying it’s ‘hot enough to kill a deer?’ Not funny.”

Ted the Animator: “Nope. Not at all.”

Carl the Animator: “Now, ‘hot enough to kill a mule deer?

Ted the Animator: “…that’s kinda funny. Wait, why is that funny?”

Carl the Animator: “I KNOW, RIGHT?!”

Ted the Animator: “…after googling them, you find phrases like ‘1000+ images about mule deer on Pinterest,’ and somehow that’s so bizarre it’s definitely funny.”

Carl the Animator: “Now, try ‘2017 mule deer calendar.’”

Ted the Animator: “…it might just be because it’s really late at night… but that’s freakin’ hilarious to me right now.”

Carl the Animator: “’Mule deer’ just gets funnier the more times you say it.”

Ted the Animator: “Is it because it’s so specific? A combination of words you hear independently, but almost never together?”

Carl the Animator: “I’m still tryin’ to analyze it all. There are also inherently-funny single words, like ‘Popemobile.’”

Ted the Animator: “That’s juxtaposition, alright. Combine the pious-sounding word “Pope’ and the silly suffix ‘-mobile,’ and you get instant comedy.” 

Carl the Animator:And, it doesn’t hurt that the Popemobile always looks ridiculous, too.”

Ted the Animator: “Phrases like ‘potato juice’ use juxtaposition similarly.”

Carl the Animator: “…ewwwwwwwwwwww.”

Ted the Animator: “Gross, certainly… but that moment when your brain processes that yes, it is in fact a real thing you could theoretically acquire, triggers humor responses.”

Carl the Animator: “…of course, we are forgetting what is quite possibly the funniest phrase known to man.”

Ted the Animator: “Hold that thought, I’m on my last swig of coffee.”

Carl the Animator:…cat diaper.

Ted the Animator: *spittake*

Carl the Animator: “Sorry. I had to.”

Ted the Animator: “…you’re the worst, and cat diapers are the worst, and I’d scowl at you but my mouth hurts from smiling too much.”

Carl the Animator: “That’s the magic of mule deer and cat diapers, Ted.”

Why I love Amy Santiago

- So smart that skipped 4th grade

- Is a notary 

- Failed  recess in second grade : “Teachers need a break too, Amy”

- In high school was voted “most appropriated” 

- In her magnet school was voted “Most likely to befriend a school administrator”

- Goes to an adult puzzle camp every summer

- Went to a math conference called “Funky Cats and their Feisty Stats”

- Has ~ possibly ~ worn a diaper during a test 

- Plays the french horn

- Perfect at lip-reading

- Has a blog of her fav laminated stuff 

- Took that sudoku cruise

- Also smart, badass, competitive, kind and the greatest dork around


Another fan request now that it’s warmer in az. Baby cat decided she wanted to relax in the sun and get a little bit of a tan. Small side note, baby cat does love the feeling of a super full diaper but hates to wait all day to wet them. Baby cat wanted to swell up her diaper so she dove into the pool soaking her diapers. I checked her diaper and she continues peeing in them even after they are soaked. I then told her to take them off, put them in the trash and go get into a fresh new diaper. Keep the requests coming


After years of being diapered 24-7 baby cat insisted she try big girl panties. We went to target and bought panties and came home to change. After a few hours she called me up to the bathroom and said she had an accident. You could see a wet spot on her jeans. I told her “well this is what you get for not wearing diapers, go ahead and finish peeing”. She then released her bladder while I took pictures.


This set is for those who liked seeing the diaper through her leggings. Baby cat and I went to a very crowded mall and I told her the dress to wear and she did as she was told. All the while not realizing this busy dress had a secret if your paying attention. We went from store to store and even had a couple confused stares. It wasn’t until later she realized you could see the abu’s she was hiding under.

bts as stupid things i've done
  • seokjin: eaten chicken that was meant for the dog bc i was really hungry
  • yoongi: forgot school existed and spent all of wednesday afternoon sleeping before an essay was due at midnight
  • hoseok: tried to put a diaper on a cat while it was high
  • namjoon: tried to boil an egg in the microwave and caused an explosion
  • jimin: tried to pull up blankets that were tucked into the foot of the bed and punched myself in the face
  • taehyung: put nail polish in my eyebrow to cover up where i accidentally shaved part of it
  • jungkook: drew a pepe in sharpie under the counterop of my old house while it was being sold

a-lover-of-jugo  asked:

Masrur, Ja’far,Sinbad,Muu Alexius,Lo’lo, Ren Kouen crush being a master thief that just stole there metal vessel and is now play a giant game of cat and mouse and there losing out doing them at every tern diapering into the pale moonlight.


  • Sinbad couldn’t be more enthralled than when he chases after his crush. This game they play lets him go all out, truly showing off his skills to his crush, and as for his metal vessel—it’s inconvenient to be missing one, but he has plenty more he can rely on.


  • Ja’far is not amused by this game and takes the situation very seriously, he is just as quick and agile, especially in a pursuit through the city. He’s hot on his crush’s tail, yelling to them to stop, give it up. It’s in these mid-chase conversations that he falls for his crush, even as they infuriate him.


  • Masrur moves like a cat when he catches an eye of his crush in the night. After laying in wait, the lunges from the shadows, stalking them with great speed and little agility, accidentally smashing minor structures in his chase. He slams into the wall of a building just inches from their head.

Ren Kouen

  • Kouen is deeply angered by this game of chase, but can’t help but get satisfaction from it. Feeling actually challenged by his crush’s persistent escapes he revels in their chases and looks forward to each one and plots strategies so that this time he’ll catch them.

Muu Alexius

  • Muu runs after his crush at his top speed, catching them on street corners for only the slightest moment. He has only just long enough to kindly request that they give back his metal vessel. He isn’t deterred each time they get away, and continue to ask them politely to return what’s his.


  • Lo’lo runs after his crush but doesn’t take the situation very seriously. He keep up with them without too much effort, laughing as they pull maneuvers through tight spaces he can’t follow. He chuckles all the while, yelling out to them that his metal vessel won’t do them much good—it only works for him.

Hey guys, I know I’ve been MIA lately with my big move to Louisiana along with starting my clinical year of vet school, but I just wanted to share this story/reach out and ask for positive thoughts and prayers.

This little guy came into the clinic tonight when I was helping out in the ICU. He was found in the middle of a field and a Good Samaritan brought him in to the teaching hospital because he thought we could learn from him. The doctor on duty proclaimed that although he is perfectly healthy, his congenital deformity makes him pretty unadoptable (he was born with those spaghetti legs, they are not broken). So he stated that he would euthanize the kitten unless any of us wanted him. He said if they took it to a shelter, it would be euthanized on arrival because of his legs. I was interested because I didn’t want the kitten to die, so I asked him to let me think about it. He gave me until the end of his shift to decide, and said he wasn’t passing the kitten off to the doctor on the next shift; it needed to be adopted or he would euthanize it.

Now, I know that this doctor may sound like an uncaring asshole from the way I’m telling the story, but I can tell you that he was very nice and in fact does care about the animals under his care. However, in a hospital as big as the one I’m at, if you kept every bleeding heart kitten that came through the door, there wouldn’t be space for actual patients. Being a vet means making hard calls or we would all be on “Animal Hoarders”.

So I decided to give the kitten a chance. I named him Lieutenant Dan, got him some kitten food, and brought him home. He’s currently in a wire dog crate in my bathroom because he’s unvaccinated and I don’t want him near Charlie or my dog Beckett (I haven’t talked about him much because he was a family dog living with my parents but I brought him with me to Baton Rouge and he’s doing great here!)-

Here’s the crappy part of Lt Dan’s story. I suspect he may be incontinent. He has a bob tail that points towards his head, and between the funky legs and the short tail, there is a good chance the nerves to his bladder and/or poop region are messed up. He hasn’t pottied since I got him, so I don’t know for sure. It’s encouraging that his hind end is clean, but like I said, that short tail and bad leg combo is not encouraging.

So if he is incontinent, I will have to bring him back to euthanize him. There is no way I would be able to care for him for the next year with my schedule. It’s unfair for him to be in a diaper or in a cage for an entire year, especially when I’ll be gone for 12 hours or more at a time. And I can’t take on the commitment of a diapered cat for the rest of its life. It’s not like my schedule will slow down after I graduate vet school.

However, if he IS continent, he stays! I’ve already talked to one of the doctors about getting his hind legs amputated. He moves around fine with just his front legs, and I would probably get him a little wheel chair.

Let’s all keep our fingers crossed and hope that Lieutenant Dan can control his bowels and bladder. And if any of you think I’m a horrible witch for condemning him to death just for being unable to control when and where he eliminates, I’ll tell you that I am considering his quality of life. Yes it breaks my heart that he may have to die. I may have saved his life today only to watch him die on Monday and that sucks balls. But I wanted to give him a chance when nobody else would.