I imagine there are times when there simply have been no words to adequately describe certain discoveries. What would it have been like to be the first person to see the majesty of the Grand Canyon? To hear the roar of Niagra Falls? To smell the sweetness of the first batch of chocolate chip cookies baking? The imprint of those moments has altered the course of history.
For the record, however, beer has been around in one form or another for centuries. You only happened upon it because some spilled on the patio. And that feeling you have is not the same heady euphoria that comes with discoveries which alter world history. It’s called “intoxication” and millions of others are experiencing it with you right now.
I hate it when that happens! There you are, just sitting there, acting cute and begging for Hope to give you some attention. The next thing you know, there’s something in your ear. And as much as I feel obligated to help you seek medical attention when needed, I’m not sure if this is a job for the vet or the podiatrist. I’ll put out some feelers, and let you know what I HEAR back. HEAR’S Hoping it’s good news. Should I start on the HEARDing jokes, or should I just sit HEAR and wait for the pun police to arrest me?
Let’s be clear about this. 1. The cat gets a treat from the pouch every day because he has arthritis, and needs the medicine so he can fend you off when you get frisky. 2. Most pouches sound the same when opened 3. All pouches are not created equal, and may contain a number of products, not just treats. 3. Tide is not a treat for the washing machine. It is simply a way to get the clothes clean.
Don’t hesitate to ask for clarification on any of these matters.