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sionnach commented on the word Pat the cat
You could play "hide the jackal" with Pat the cat.
October 18, 2011
ruzuzu commented on the word Pat the cat
A jackal, maybe, but not the jackal.
"Doctor the jackal" sounds weird.
edit: It might be okay for "the evidence," though.
bilby commented on the word Pat the cat
Doctor is a good name for a jackal.
frogapplause commented on the word Pat the cat
Pat would not be a good name for a jackal or a rabid dog.
Why that's extraordinary. Just this morning at the cafe I saw a girl with a nice muffintop and I called out 'Hey tinklebunny!' She responded by tipping her moustache cup of porcupine tea all over my arkle. Cattily!
leaden commented on the word Pat the cat
Lest an iroquoisity should go unremarked upon, I must call your attention to the following example: “The teacup was back on the saucer, and Mrs. Bunny Arkle was unfolding the napkin in the muffin basket.”
Until last year I lived with a cat named Teacake (after Hurston’s character Tea Cake). His human and all her former flatmates called him “the muffin”.* Does that qualify?
* By a curious coincidence.
How about a muffin? Do we have a list of good muffin names?
But not a porcupine or jellyfish.
Pat would also be an excellent name for a bunny.
October 17, 2011
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