Mancat Monday

It’s Monday again?
Yech!  I give you the “Back of Disdain”!

According to the Cat Glossary, the “Back of Disdain” is used to show displeasure at something stupid the the human did.  In this case, it’s Monday, which is a human invention and therefore snubbed by felines worldwide.  (Actually, *anything* that takes the humans away from serving their feline masters is snubbed, but that’s a different matter).

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9 responses to “Mancat Monday”

  1. Rene Schweitzer says :

    We say the same about Mondays too! Ppppppttt!

  2. Cats~Goats~Quotes says :

    We feel the same way, except we just nap on Monday.
    ~ Napoleon and Malachi

  3. Brian says :

    I’m right there with you!!!

  4. The Island Cats says :

    That’s showing her, Connor!!

  5. Amy & The House of Cats says :

    Hi Connor! We are not fans of Monday either – because that is when the moms have to go back to that stupid work thing and they aren’t around to snuggle us!

  6. The Kool~Kittie~Krew says :

    Right On~!!! We HATE when mom and dad have to go to work! Mom keeps talking about the “Lottery”, we don’t know who that is, but mom is getting very impatient for him/her to arrive!

  7. Laila and Minchie says :

    We have it lucky (but not so for Mom) that our mom is out of a jobbie because she’s with us a lot.

  8. The Creek Cats says :

    You demonstrate “The Back of Disdain” very well!!!

  9. CCL Wendy says :

    Yes, but the humans of the Cat Blogosphere have declared Mondays to be Mancat Mondays, so maybe you could give Mondays a bit of a break, Connor — their your day after all!

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