Guys, there’s a lot on all our plates right now. It’s the end of the year. It’s the week The Hobbit gets released. It’s right before the week when we may or may not see the world end again.
What I’m saying is, it’s a big time. A big deal. Feel the power.
Also, I just found this:
Is that a sweatshirt with a digital print of a cat wearing a crown and cloak as king of the galaxy, you ask? Why, yes it is. And it could be mine on eBay for about thirty American dollars. At a time when everyone is focused on hauling out their ugly Christmas sweaters for prizes, I must beg the question: shouldn’t we all be more concerned about locating an appropriate sweater for the end of the world? It may or may not be swiftly approaching.
Well anyway, I found mine.
I’m going to want to have this sweatshirt on so that if any part of me is preserved by future races, they believe it’s an artifact proving ancient Americans worshiped space cats. And if the world doesn’t end, I might want to consider going in to 2013 in style. After all, Stacy London was just co-host on Anderson Live, and she said cat sweaters are in.
No really, she did. Here is proof:
Those are cat sweaters on national television, people. They’re in.
So now I have to add this ‘to get the cat sweater or not to get the cat sweater’ to my list of to-do’s, which is already stacked to the brim with Christmas-related activities. And then once I finish the Christmas-related activities, it will be time to reflect on 2012 and figure out what I want to do in 2013.
Unless the world ends before Christmas, which would be great because then I wouldn’t have to pay my credit card bill. Or try to figure out if I’m destined to be a cat sweater owner in 2013.
Best of luck to all of you as we enter the Christmas home stretch/the beginning of a cat sweater fashion era/the end of the world.
May the holy royal space cats be with us. ♣Hey! I adopted another blog pet. It’s okay; you’ll always be my favorite. But this week I wrote my first article as a contributor over at the freshly made VStheUniverse, which is a group of folks who are dedicated to celebrating all that is nerdalicious. I argued for why everyone should go see The Hobbit in 48fps format instead of the standard 24fps. Hey, like I said – it’s nerdy. Go check it out here if you’d like. End transmission.