Normally, I’m not much into LOLCats, but this one is so spot-on for this blog:
All too true, alas.
Hah! I’m sending this to my dad, he’s a GP.
Well you can always send them to a specialist like Kevorkian. That is a permanent cure /sarcasm
What, not into lolcats? Heretical blasphemy! Burn the witch!
(And what do we burn aside from witches?)
Research cat sez: It burn and burn but still no cure for Teh Stewpid.
Well, it’s obviously not a proper lolcat – it has an apostrophe.
Or the doc-cat is an extremely proper lolcat.
Dude, that’s totally you!!!
Glad you think so too.
I actually thought of this blog when I saw that image, too. I’ll admit to perusing LOLcats now and again… I just can’t resist.
It occurs to me that Ron White approves.
For as much grief as people online like to give LOLCats, there’s usually at least one over the course of a day that make me, well, laugh out loud.
Here’s a graph you might like…
I’m another one that saw this and thought of Orac.
Hang on, who says you can’t cure stoopid? There is an effective technique, but it’s a bit messy, frowned on, and you’ll need a really good lawyer. Take an axe (chainsaws have also been used, but there’s no reason to go berserk) and lop off teh stoopid’s hed. Instant cure.
Well, Ok, it probably does do a bit of harm (first, do no harm), so perhaps this cure shouldn’t be used. Not to mention there’s probably someone, somewhere, who actually liked the ex-stoopid. Feck! Another proven remedy which ain’t allowed…
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