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Devon Rhys-Morgan [userpic]

July 12th, 2009 (07:03 am)

Oh no!  Suddenly, I am a cat.

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Posted by: Aakesh Daikkah (aakeshdaikkah)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 12:07 pm (UTC)

WHAT IS THIS FURFAGGOTRY

Posted by: Devon Rhys-Morgan (ravennerd)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 12:09 pm (UTC)

It's not like I did it on purpose -- I just woke up this morning and there they were, cat ears. I've done some research, and it seems the Japanese call it nekomimi

Posted by: Aakesh Daikkah (aakeshdaikkah)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 12:21 pm (UTC)

I woke up this morning and saw a large inhuman thing looking in through my window. It was wrinkled all over like an elephant's underbelly and it wore a purple feather boa. I haven't been doing well since then and can't bring myself to care about your inexplicably acquired ears.

Or mine.

Posted by: Devon Rhys-Morgan (ravennerd)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 12:41 pm (UTC)

I think I saw the same thing, actually, only I saw him shopping in the mall yesterday with a man whose chin had apparently receded all the way back into his neck.

They looked quite happy together. Strange though, that they had cat ears too. Did you end up with any other feline appendages?

Posted by: Aakesh Daikkah (aakeshdaikkah)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 12:59 pm (UTC)

Don't be ridiculous, you filthy stew! Chins don't work that way!

I have a tail. It is soft and fuzzy.

Posted by: Devon Rhys-Morgan (ravennerd)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 01:08 pm (UTC)

Interesting. I also have a tail, with apparently a complete range of motion. I wonder where the new musculature must attach to an obviously unfeline spine, and why it swings back and forth on its own when I find something interesting?

And apparently, some chins do work that way.

Posted by: Aakesh Daikkah (aakeshdaikkah)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 01:19 pm (UTC)

May the heavens damn you for making me think about that! Now my back hurts and I can't take my mind off where my tail goes! I should go get an x-ray done or something of that sort!

Morgan, are your human ears intact and in place?

Posted by: Devon Rhys-Morgan (ravennerd)
Posted at: July 12th, 2009 01:36 pm (UTC)

No, both the shape and function of my usual ears seems to have been transferred to the new cat ears. I wonder how something like this could have happened?

If you get that X-ray, I'd be very interested in seeing the results.

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