The clip you’re about to see contains dialogue and a ridiculous situation, that frankly I wish I could have written. The people in the clip (at least the two you can see — and an arm) are also intriguing. The whole thing is so ludicrous that I was wondering if it was staged. But probably not. This is America, 23 years into the 21st century and we’re nuts. I don’t know if any future culture has mastered time travel but if they have, I’m pretty sure they don’t want to come back here. And for those of us stuck here, oh well. I guess we might as well laugh. Beats sobbing, right?
The set up is a middle class suburb in San Diego and an argument over a family member, the beloved cat. Plot spoiler: the cops hung up when they were called.
The way this guy jumps to CAT PERVERT is the same energy transphobes have when resorting to the word GROOMER. They have no idea what the words mean and how accusatory the words are. https://t.co/moEGJlJNxK
— Friz Frizzle 🐀 (@FrizFrizzle) July 12, 2023
“You could just send my cat home.” Oh yeah? Maybe the cat feels the MAGA vibes in the house and wants to head for a place with better energy. This happens. Cats go where they will and sometimes, if they find a house they’d rather live in, they go live there. I’m sure you’ve probably heard of cats who vanish seasonally? It’s because they have two homes, and they spend a certain amount of time in one home and then move to the other. Seriously, this happens.
The guy doing this is a pure Karen. He’s going to get the cops involved. And “Cat Pervert” is some handle. He could have accused him instead of being a “cat groomer” but that’s an actual profession. I, myself, have groomed many a kitty and never thought it was a questionable act until just this moment. I’ve also had the neighbor’s kitties walk into my yard to visit (sometimes even coming in the kitty door) and vice versa and that all seemed quite normal to me, too. But then it wasn’t 2023.
— J-Flo (@gx110) July 13, 2023
Lots of preverts and preversions. It all has to do with the pollution of our precious bodily fluids, I was taught.