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Kriskah Arcanu

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i found three outfits, first is for fun, but the others are possible princess outfits for cats :P

[img]http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2297/1643929176_1a9bce8559.jpg[/img][img]http://spoilurpets.com/images/Princess%20Cat%20Costume.JPG[/img][img]http://farm1.static.flickr.com/231/447714041_752d68bc82.jpg[/img]

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[quote name='Grido' date='22 July 2009 - 05:57 AM' timestamp='1248260233' post='37650']
i get the Hot Dog, but Taco Cat?

and yes, that outfit would have suited me brilliantly
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Now if the cat had been dressed as a violin, it would make more sense.

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[quote name='SageWoman' date='22 July 2009 - 02:35 PM' timestamp='1248291315' post='37681']
Now if the cat had been dressed as a violin, it would make more sense.
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*scratches her head wondering if Sage is making a Fiddler on the Roof reference*

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Catgut is a type of cord that is prepared from the natural fiber in the walls of animal intestines. Usually sheep or goat intestines are used, but it is occasionally made from the intestines of a hog, horse, mule, pig or donkey. Although one could conceivably prepare catgut from cat intestines, the name neither implies nor derives from any association with cats.

The word [i]catgut[/i] may have been an abbreviation of the word "cattlegut". Alternatively, it may have derived by folk etymology from [i]kitgut[/i] or [i]kitstring[/i] -- the word [i]kit[/i], meaning fiddle, having at some point been confused with the word [i]kitty[/i] for little cat.

For a long time, catgut was the most common material for the strings of harps, violins, and viols, as well as other stringed musical instruments, although most musical instruments produced today use strings with cores made of other materials, generally steel or synthetic. Catgut is still used as a high-performance string in tennis racquets, although it had more popularity in the past and is being displaced by high-quality synthetic strings. Other uses of catgut include hanging the weights of clocks and for bow-strings.

In addition, catgut was once a widely used material in surgical sutures. However, there is currently some debate about whether to continue using catgut in a medical setting, seeing as cotton has proved to be cheaper and wounds sewed using cotton or synthetic thread are less prone to infection. However, catgut sutures continued to be used in developing countries due to cheaper prices.


(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_gut)

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@ Watcher
Thanks for the input I didnt know that

@ Raven
I know they look riduculous, we all do, even pets. I was only joking and spaming a lot... but that is it all, i will emulate dst and censure my self. Wont spam anymore for an entire week. [img]http://magicduel.invisionzone.com/public/style_emoticons//blum.gif[/img]

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