Ask Max Monday: Zzzzz

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Please settle an argument for me: I say that pooping in the mom’s slippers took a lot of skill. She says it’s just gross.

Who is right?

Well, really, you both are. I mean, getting your asterisk over the opening in the slippers takes some wicked math skills, calculating trajectory and all, and success is just freaking impressive. But it’s also pretty gross, dood. Funny as frak and you should totally do it again, but yeah. It’s gross.

Welllp, that’s it for this week, doods. Pooping in a slipper is gross. It’s also impressive. Probably more impressive than pooping on a pillow. So I’m gonna go follow Buddah’s lead here.

Man, he looks so peaceful, I kinda want to jump on him and yell DINNER TIME! But April Fool was yesterday and he’s got claws…

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Max the Psycho Kitty is 14 pounds of sleek black and white glory. With an attitude ... and opinions ... on everything. He's a put-upon and under-appreciated domestic feline with an addiction to Kitty Crack and an appetite for Stinky Goodness. A pioneer in the Cat Blogosphere, he began his popular blog "The Psychokitty Speaks Out" in October of 2003. Max is the author of SIX blockbuster hit books, "The Psychokitty Speaks Out: Diary of a Mad Housecat,", its sequel "The Psychokitty Speaks Out: Something of Yours Will Meet a Toothy Death,", "The Rules: A Guide For People Owned By Cats," "Bite Me," "There Once Was a Cat from Nantucket" (a book of poetry), and his new smash hit, "The Emperor of San Francisco [The Wick Chronicles]."

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  1. Dood – how come my mom is stoopid? I mean, she can’t see me when I’m right in front of her and she calls and calls and calls mine name and then freaks out when I don’t show up. Because I can see her. Why can’t she see me? I mean, I am right in front of her – in the closet, looking out behind the clothes.

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