Jeffrey Brown's Cats Are Weird: And More Observations PDF

By Jeffrey Brown

Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown's drawings completely seize the humor and quirkiness of cats in all their unusual and fascinating glory. Following the good fortune of Cat Getting Out of a Bag, this selection of colour and black-and-white comedian strips loosely follows the adventures of a couple of cats as they discover the area round them, interior and out. Adventures contain taking a sleep, licking a shoe, attacking airborne dirt and dust debris, hiding in cupboards, pouncing on fallen leaves, confronting the vacuum purifier, patrolling the backyard, and purring up a stormall adorably rendered in Brown's speedy and impossible to resist variety. guaranteed to satisfaction someone who lives with cats and appreciates their candy and batty habit, this fantastically packaged reward booklet is the cat's meow.

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In a way it’s a blessing that smoking shortens your life a bit. Think of the money that will save you. 43 So all in all as a sixty-year-old, the combined cost of ruining your health with booze and fags and perhaps ruining your sanity by having a family could have amounted to £725,377. Wouldn’t it be terrible if the bill for all of this appeared in your letterbox tomorrow? 44 PEOPLE WHO ACHIEVED GREAT THINGS AFTER THE AGE OF 60 Winston Churchill was 65 when he became wartime leader. John Wayne didn’t get his first Oscar until the age of 62.

Your own stairlift 32 Reduced prices on just about everything – except health insurance The fashion trends of your youth becoming recognised as classics Only 15 years till you qualify for a winter fuel allowance Never having to work again – no matter how much you might want to 33 New hips – at long last you can be genuinely bionic! ’ = ‘Congratulations! ’ 39 STATISTICALLY SPEAKING Now some worrying information. According to a recent survey the average cost of raising children is £7,889 per year or around £165,669 if you’re stuck with them up to their twenty-first birthday.

So that’s £582,482 you could have forked out just on having a family. Take a good look at them. Be honest with yourself. Was it really worth it? 41 Well of course it was! Don’t fret for a moment over the fact that the individuals shuffling miserably round your kitchen have cost you the equivalent of a really good win on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Meanwhile, if you’ve drunk two pints of beer each and every day since you were 18, (and who could blame you with your family) that would represent a lifetime’s consumption of 30,680 pints.

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