Death Wish

To: Natasha
From: Jenny
Date: October 6, 2006
Subject: Weekend Project
Nat –
I need you to come over on Sunday to help out with an important project I’ve got planned. You’ll need to bring:
– Leather gloves
– Neosporin
– Raw chicken
– Gauze
Are you in?
To: Jenny
From: Natasha
Date: October 6, 2006
Subject: Re: Weekend Project
Why – what’s up?
To: Natasha
From: Jenny
Date: October 6, 2006
Subject: Re: Re: Weekend Project
I can’t get into the details, but I will tell you that this could be a very dangerous project. If you’re not going to give it 100%, then you shouldn’t even think about it.
To: Jenny
From: Natasha
Date: October 6, 2006
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Weekend Project
It’s not that I’m not committed, but I have plans with Farnsworth for Sunday. Can it wait?
To: Natasha
From: Jenny
Date: October 6, 2006
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Weekend Project
I’m afraid not. Just hope for the best.
I decided to go it alone.

Your death will be a slow and painful one, human.
Wait a minute – I look kind of badass in this, don’t I?
Is it just me, or do I seem totally buff?
kodo mit skull
I’m counting to ten now. She just wants to get a rise out of you, Podo – don’t give her the satisfaction.

14 Responses to “Death Wish”

  1. shari Says:

    Funny how the cats aren’t having any trouble deciding what to be for Halloween. Hmmmm… I wonder if their blogs remember people?

  2. jenny Says:

    Don’t make me send Kodo and his badass pirate shirt over to rough you up, Shari.

  3. Hap Says:

    Yes, life is significantly easier when you have kit for brains.

  4. mainja Says:

    you are a brave brave woman.

  5. Tracy Lynn Says:

    Dude, you are going to be very lucky if Podo doesn’t kill you in your sleep.

  6. Karl Says:

    LOL, OK, that’s just wrong.

  7. Margaret Says:

    You costumed both those bad-asses youself and lived to tell it?

  8. jenny Says:

    Hap: LOL – that makes me think of Knight Rider.
    Mainja: Brave or crazy? Jury’s still out.
    Tracy Lynn: I think they’d probably have to double team me, but they could definitely hold a pillow over my face.
    Karl: Is it so wrong it’s right?
    Margaret: And not even a single battle scar! They’re more the passive aggressive types – they’ll probably just poo on the kitchen floor today.

  9. Jennifer Says:

    So what was the raw chicken for, anyway? Did you have to cast some sort of voodoo spell on them pre-dressing?
    I’m thinking of dressing my cat as a ghost for Halloween. White pillowcase. Two tiny, beady holes.
    But, she’s diabetic. It would just be wrong, on so many levels, to send her out into the neighborhood to collect my candy for me, I’m thinkin’.

  10. sass Says:

    i love it! That’s hilarious

  11. Dave2 Says:

    It’s when they ask you to bring a LIVE chicken that you need to worry.

  12. demi Says:

    aww that cat is sooo cute and look well cool in them little sutes! =]=] xx

  13. sbukophile Says:

    I’ve been reading your blog for a few weeks now because of ashbloem’s and Neil’s blogrolls. Love your stuff!
    These cat pics are so funny!
    My sis lives in Chicago and has a diabetic cat, and her name is Jennifer–is that you sis? Is the diabetic cat’s name Maggie?

  14. jenny Says:

    Jennifer: The chicken was intended to distract them. Unfortunately, it turns out they only like Science Diet. I say you put that cat to work for you! :)
    sass: Thanks – I came out of it relatively unscathed…
    Dave2: True ‘dat!
    demi: Thanks – I just wish they would wear for them longer than 10 seconds at a time!
    sbukophile: Thanks – they’re a source of endless entertainment for me. And what’s this? A family reunion right here on my blog?