Jang the Careful (Cat Propaganda) — Storiform.com

“Oh, I’m such a stinky little cat. Stinky, stinky, stinky!”

Jang the Careful (Cat Propaganda) — Storiform.com

Just had to reblog this graphic story because it made me laugh OUT LOUD! It also cheered me up immensely. I defy you to read this and keep a straight face. You’re welcome. 🙂

About acflory

I am the kind of person who always has to know why things are the way they are so my interests range from genetics and biology to politics and what makes people tick. For fun I play online mmorpgs, read, listen to a music, dance when I get the chance and landscape my rather large block. Work is writing. When a story I am working on is going well I'm on cloud nine. On bad days I go out and dig big holes... View all posts by acflory

15 responses to “Jang the Careful (Cat Propaganda) — Storiform.com

  • HonieBriggs

    Hilarious! Thanks for the laugh(s). I needed some Cat Propaganda in my life. I looked for a follow button on Storyform.com, but did not see one, so, thanks for sending me in that direction.

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  • robertawrites235681907

    This is very cute, Meeks. It reminded me of Peter Rabbit.

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  • CarolCooks2

    Thank you, Meeks…I needed something to make me smile…Stay safe x

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  • Remembering Lives

    Hope things are a bit easier over there for you.

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    • acflory

      Every few days I hop onto Twitter. A few hours later I hop off with steam coming out of my ears. The latest is that #LNP opposition leader Michael O’Brien is trying to move a vote of no confidence against our state government.

      If Victoria had followed the policies he very clearly stated on TV & elsewhere, we’d now be overwhelmed with Covid-19 and the death toll would be in the thousands.

      Yet this miserable little troll thinks he’s good enough to lead our state?

      Sorry, now you see why I needed Jang the Careful. 🙂

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      • Remembering Lives

        I do not believe that they are doing themselves any favours with their constant attacks. Ihave felt patriotic lately. I keep wanting to remind people,
        “We are (all) Australians. ” I loved that the ABC kept sending us messages of support.I think all political leaders needed to remember Victorians have been dying every day. Our leader has faced the music every day, whilst many of them are busy politicking. For a while here, I started to hear ambulance sirens.(very unusual) I suspect it was to do with some relatively local old people’s homes. I was talking to a guy from the area, which has been in lockdown two or three weeks longer than the rest of us too. We just need to hear that the country is behind us right now. People need to put politics aside or they may find it very difficult to ever regain the ground they are losing in Victoria with their attitude. I have learned to love Patricia Karvelas through this. She has kept her sense of humour.
        Rather than votes of no-confidence, they should all be on the ground reaching out to people. They should all be rolling up their sleeves and putting “mateship” into action.

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        • acflory

          Yes, to every single word. I have this terrible fear that in many people’s minds, the deaths are…unimportant, because most of them are old people that society wants to forget about.
          But I taught at a retirement village, to wonderful vibrant people in their 80’s and 90’s. People, not numbers, not statistics, and it seems as if the only person who actually cares is Dan Andrews [and Brett Sutton of course].
          Honestly? I don’t think the LNP knows what mateship actually means.

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      • Remembering Lives

        You actually made me laugh.😂I have been sounding off this afternoon. This was not the time for politics. People trying to capitalise on the suffering and death. Well I think they have shown who they are.

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        • acflory

          -grin- they sure have! I think politicians truly believe that most people are thick as two bricks.

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          • anne54

            O’Brien’s such an ineffectual non-entity, and his attempt to politicise this situation is outrageous. I don’t think he has any political nous (or decent advisors) because he only gets one chance at a No Confidence motion per term. Surely, from his point of view, he would be far better to wait a year or so until things have settled down.
            Thanks for the cat/rabbit story!

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          • acflory

            Thanks, Anne! I didn’t no about the no confidence rule. In that case, I think you’re right, he’s clueless. This whole thing smacks of the ‘Sudanese Gangs’ beat up that Matthew Guy attempted [with Dutton’s help]. These apparatchiks are shooting themselves in the foot and don’t even know it.
            The only Victorian Liberal I have any respect for is Ryan Smith. He looks after my area and all he’s done is send out information on how to stay safe. None of this back stabbing.
            Anyway, we both need a break from politics and I’m delighted you had fun with the Cat Propaganda story. 😀

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