Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Happy birthday Mikalogue!
Kit: Happy birthday, sweetheart!
Mika: What is this of which you speaks?
Kit: It's your birthday, darling. You're a whole year old now.
Mika: Ooh. Is big girl now.
Kit: Yes you are, sweetie. Congratulations.
Mika: Thinks its time Mika had own door key?
Kit: ...Would you settle for a fish treat?
Mika: Ooh! Yes, yes, fish treat!
Kit: There you go, honey.
Mika: How about own bank account?
Kit: I don't think they let kitties have bank acounts, precious.
Mika: You has one, Kitty.
Kit: I mean cats. Anyway, what would you buy with it?
Mika: Power an influence, obviously.
Kit: Well, you have a regular slot on your own website. Not all cats have that.
Mika: Is true. Ahem. Mika would like to welcome you, her fans, for coming to website on this, the glorious occasion of...
Kit: Is this going to take long, sweetie? I don't want to copy-type a massive speech.
Mika: You got anything better to do?
Kit: I could give you another fish treat.
Mika: Ooh, fish treat!
Kit: There you go, sweetie. Happy birthday.
Mika: Goway, is eatin.
Many happy returns of the day, Mika! And more happy returns of the fish treats!
Verification word is "unals," which is from the Latin "unum," and refers to things that come in sets of one, such as birthdays.
Gracious! And the Queen didn't declare a national holiday?
Well, here are best wishes from across the pond, from one of your many international fans, Mika.
(Verification word: "apera", which refers to musical theatre performed entirely by chimpanzees on short pants on tricycles. One of those things, like Jerry Lewis, which is inexplicably popular in France)
ahem. *sings* Happy birthday, dear Mika, happy birthday to you!
Word is "fortatic", a musical direction used in apera scores to indicate the loudest parts.
The happiest of birthdays to Mika, and as many fish treats as are good for her!
The word today is "eproph", an ancient technique of horse training once used in Greece.
Happy Birthday to meieu!
The word today is "busiumb", the poetry found on public conveyances.
Missed my account, so I aslo get "spong", the sound you make as you sink into quicksand.
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