Pincy Cat

Pincy Cat

@PincyCat

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Lover of plastic bags, squirrels, crinkly balls, and the sound of my own voice. My fluffy cat pooch is better than yours. I will steal your milk.

In the way
Joined on April 11, 2015
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17 hours
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Pincy Cat
17 hours ago

Pincy’s word of the day: rue To feel penitence, remorse, or regret. “Every time the neighborhood owl said ‘whoo,’ the lippy squirrel said ‘whom,’ and the owl vowed to make him rue this day because the first time was funny but the 67th time certainly wasn’t.”

Pincy Cat
20 hours ago
Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day:
What do pigs dress up as on Halloween?
Frankenswine. https://t.co/ABU2GR4o3Z

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day: What do pigs dress up as on Halloween? Frankenswine. https://t.co/ABU2GR4o3Z

Pincy’s word of the day: Cassandra One that predicts misfortune or disaster. “A person doesn’t have to be a Cassandra to realize that a lippy squirrel with a credit card and a penchant for holding grudges is not going to end well (though it will be entertaining).”

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day:
What do you call a tired skeleton on Halloween?
The grim sleeper.

P.S. I’m a banana. https://t.co/8sGG7kf8P3

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day: What do you call a tired skeleton on Halloween? The grim sleeper. P.S. I’m a banana. https://t.co/8sGG7kf8P3

Pincy’s word of the day: dexterous Skillful and competent with the hands. “I’m not particularly dexterous; the lack of opposable thumbs gets me every time.”

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day:
What do you call a skeleton that cleans?
The grim sweeper.

P.S. Is that tiger still behind me? https://t.co/n8T3wyeY8N

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day: What do you call a skeleton that cleans? The grim sweeper. P.S. Is that tiger still behind me? https://t.co/n8T3wyeY8N

Pincy’s word of the day: repine To long for or to complain. “If I were the kind to repine, I’d mention the lukewarm response to my 2 a.m. concert, the breakfast that was 12 pieces short, and the halfhearted attempt to tell me what a good kitty I am—but I’m not a complainer.”

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day: 
What treat do eye doctors give out on Halloween?
Candy corneas. https://t.co/mgdiz8a8TT

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day: What treat do eye doctors give out on Halloween? Candy corneas. https://t.co/mgdiz8a8TT

Pincy’s word of the day: emissary One designated as the agent of another. “I sent the male human as an emissary to score some extra snacks for both of us, but he was shot down with a well-executed beady stare by the female human.”

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day,  with the exciting addition of a Halloween costume (because SOMETHING ought to be better in 2020):
What do you get when you run over a pumpkin? 

Squash. https://t.co/WVv4rNeK3Q

Pincy’s #Halloween joke of the day, with the exciting addition of a Halloween costume (because SOMETHING ought to be better in 2020): What do you get when you run over a pumpkin? Squash. https://t.co/WVv4rNeK3Q

Pincy’s (tardy) word of the day: sophomoric Lacking in maturity, taste, or judgment. “Today the lippy squirrel’s sophomoric behavior—sneaking up on birds and making fart noises with his armpit—so startled a bluejay it let one out of his own.”

Pincy’s word of the day: guttersnipe A young vagabond or outcast. “The lippy squirrel had the audacity to call me a guttersnipe in my own family, but I’m the sun around which the humans rotate.”

Pincy’s word of the day: adduce To offer in discussion or analysis. “Who better than I to adduce my thoughts about the perfect breakfast time, but the humans insisted that 3 a.m. was too early.”

Pincy’s word of the day, as requested by @ThaddeusGreat: wherewithal. Means, resources. “If the lippy squirrel had the wherewithal, he’d buy a drone, patrol the neighborhood, and drop water balloons on those he was peeved with (by rough count, virtually everyone).”

Pincy’s word of the day: visage
One’s face or appearance.
“How could anyone look at this visage and have the wherewithal to complain about my breath?” https://t.co/iZG84YggQ7

Pincy’s word of the day: visage One’s face or appearance. “How could anyone look at this visage and have the wherewithal to complain about my breath?” https://t.co/iZG84YggQ7

Pincy’s word of the day: quotidian Ordinary or occurring every day. “The lippy squirrel has done so many oddball things—the latest being running for president with a ‘Nut in Every Home’ platform—they’ve become quotidian.”

Pincy’s word of the day: obverse The front, an opposite, or a counterpart. “I thought the humans would appreciate my 2 a.m. concert choice of ‘You Always Hurt the One You Love’ but the obverse was true.”

Pincy’s word of the day: homologate To sanction, allow, or approve. “In a perfect world I would homologate all food the humans want to eat, including—but not limited to—sniffing, tasting, and upchucking when necessary.”

Pincy’s word of the day: futile Completely ineffective or frivolous. “The sooner humans realize that trying to talk me out of an early breakfast is futile, the sooner I’ll get fed.”

Pincy’s word of the day: kiln An oven for burning, firing, or drying. “The lippy squirrel considers himself a gourmet chef, but I ate his casserole once and it tasted like it was cooked in a kiln.”

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