Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A little late, but here's my six-word memoir

Quite a while ago, Zoey from Zoolatry tagged me for the six-word memoir meme. Here are the rules:
1. Write your own six-word memoir.
2. Post on your blog, and add a picture if you'd like.
3. Link to the one who sent it to you.
4. Tag at least five more blogs.
5. Let the tagged blogs know by leaving a comment.
6. Write your memoir - have fun!

Now that all the excitement of the premiere of CCSI III is over (by the way, a big fat conCATulations to the team who put the show together... I've never worked with a more professional group of animals in my life), I've finally had time to consider the six words that best describe me and my life and times:

'Eat as many chickens as possible!'

[Oh Kate, that photo is SO unflattering!]

I know it's kind of a cheaters' way to tag cats, but this one has been doing the rounds for a while, so anycat who wants to give this a go and hasn't been tagged yet, you're it!

Cheers,
--Pabs

12 comments:

Adan*Michico said...

That is a very very good one!!

And fabulous photo!!

Yoggie said...

Chickies are very tasty! But I prefer salmon. Perhaps because I live in Sweden and they have tons of it.

Daisy said...

That is an excellent memoir! I think it's a funny and cute photo of you, Pablo.

The Crew said...

Hey Pablo, we like your bowl.

Yes, humans do seem to enjoy showing us in unflattering poses! Oh, for opposable thumbs.

Honey P. Sunshine said...

cawt in the nosh

jh an Mickey Mantle said...

hi pabz ...
i'v been owtta touch.
how da heck ar u?
luv--jh

MoMo said...

That, on the contrary, is a very good photo. Excellent memoir!

No, no mountain hens, too bad!

Parker said...

Hooray for chicken, I think that's a great memoir Pablo!
ps - cute food photo!

Merlin said...

That picture is furry funny!

-Merlin

Eric and Flynn said...

That's a good memoir. We haf to agree wiv it.

DaisyMae Maus said...

Love that bowl, Pablo ... You look quite ManCatly eatin' there.
DMM

Christine and FAZ said...

Hey Pabs - cute tongue (he, he, he).