8.25.2008

Tee Time

Kittens and skulls. Two of my favorite things. How can you go wrong with this shirt? It also comes in grey. If you want to get your local Obsidian Kitten one (*winkwink*), medium or large would be good.


I also really need one of these. I'd wear this style in a small, unless Franklin starts making black ones in my size. So I can't wear it to work--so what? His story about the bizarre comment that led to the phrase "I learned to knit in prison" made me laugh so hard that coffee came out of my nose.


These girls wear their own all-natural furry tees. And if they learned to knit in prison, they're not telling.

5 comments:

Chris said...

I love the "I Learned to Knit in Prison" t-shirt!! Hee hee.

Kitty belly with extreme leg stretch! Love!

Puss-in-Boots said...

Love that T shirt, O'K. Loved Franklin's story, too. I nearly wet myself I laughed so much. I've added him to my blog list so thank you for including him in your post.

Obsidian Kitten said...

Don't you just wish you could bottle the Kitty Belly? I find it so soothing...bottled Kitty Belly could then be applied generously at times of stress (bad day at work, stuck in traffic, lousy date) for its instant healing properties.

'Kitty Belly with Extreme Leg Stretch' could be the extra-strength formula for super-stress situations ...

Carrie K said...

I love that. All women learned to knit from their grandmothers and men learned in prison. Hooookay.

Is it possible to take up any more of the bed? Do they take lessons in that or does it come naturally?

Obsidian Kitten said...

i postulate that the bed coverage is natural, but very mathematical. they calculate the lengths and widths of all of their bodies and then deliberately lie along vectors that are purposefully at skew lines to one another so as to maximize the area of coverage.

most likely the daytime arrangements are simply practice so that by nighttime when we humans arrive the geometry of coverage is absolutely perfect.