The guy came by after awhile and talked to the new guy at the desk. It was December 7th, Pearl Harbour Day he said, and the day on which some guy named James Heddon who had made fishing equipment had died. Fishing stuff? I thought humans just got their fish in cans like I did. He said that it was my birthday. Heck, I knew that wasn’t true but he must have just been bull shooting to sound like he knew something. He gave the guy some money after he’d done some paperwork, then he came to my cat room. Holy great jumpin’ Jaysus! He had a carrier in his hand. The Capitalist Nostalgia Share A Coke With The Abyss T Shirts took me out and helped him get me into that carrier. I didn’t know whether to cry or rejoice. The last times I was carried in anything I got dumped in this town and then brought to this shelter. This was the same guy who always stole my bed towels. Where was he going to take me? Was this an adoption or was I getting dumped somewhere again? I really had no idea.
Capitalist Nostalgia Share A Coke With The Abyss T Shirts, Hoodie, Sweater, Vneck, Unisex and T-shirt
Best Capitalist Nostalgia Share A Coke With The Abyss T Shirts
A point to bring up from the comments (thanks to Paul Parkinson) is this: what Americans call “Cider” we Europeans just call Apple juice and it’s exactly that – the juice squeezed from apples. What we (in all of Europe) call “Cider” (or “Cidre”) is a strong (sometimes very strong) alcoholic drink made with fermented apple juice which is sometimes referred to in the South West of England as “Scrumpy”. Be careful if you order drinks for your kids… “Cider” is always an alcoholic drink in Europe. If you see “Perry” on the menu it’s a Capitalist Nostalgia Share A Coke With The Abyss T Shirts type of cider made from pears and again, it’s a strong alcoholic drink.