Saturday, December 10, 2016

Why Keep To Add To The Heap?

Ever notice how cats hit things under the fridge and hide them away more than a smidge? Maybe we aren't really saving them at all. Maybe we just want a clearer hall. Do you humans act the same? Nope, no hiding game.

Look at that.
Great where you're at.
But it just sits there.
Never used at your lair.

But oh, it's rare?
Has the right flair?
A matching pair?
Double the useless to spare.

It might be used.
That sure leaves me amused.
5 years and never touched.
Yep, will be used muched.

Muched isn't a word,
But I'll flip Google the bird.
At least not used muched,
Still takes up no space and suched.

It fills the space.
My, what an embrace.
Good reason to keep.
No space to peep.

It might be worth money.
Now that can be funny.
Fools gold at your sea?
Many fools on a spree.

It's so me.
That gets a woweee.
So it is so you?
Damn, is it stuck to you too?

Others like it.
That makes it a hit.
Keep it for those who visit.
Maybe they can quiz it?

Too big to fit out the door.
That could be rough at your shore.
Maybe you need a new window?
Two for one with a heave ho.

Garbage won't take it.
Pffft who needs that shit.
Sit it on the sidewalk is all.
Some nut will take it and have a ball.

Do you refuse to throw away for rather lame reasons at your bay? A hoarder wannabe are you? Hey, it is your zoo. Keep what you wish, clutter or not. The cat just had to play with the plot. Now I'll go hide toys with Cass. They are cluttering up running space for my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

55 comments:

  1. HELLO CAT!
    Where's the X-mas party at?
    Will it be at your shoe
    Or isn't your name Scooby Doo?
    Together forever makes a blue guy sick
    I'd rather sit on a stick
    Well, maybe that's a lie
    I'd rather eat a fly
    Well, that might be a lie too
    Where's True Blue?
    Hey, it's Saturday....
    Such a fun day!
    If you know what I mean
    At the Kitty Cat scene.

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    1. Eating lots at your see
      Sticks and flies give glee?
      The cat would go with the later
      They are some protein matter

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    2. Hello True
      It is I, Blue.
      Not Scooby Doo.

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  2. I've got more books that a librarian at my place
    Now, what's with the long face?
    You need to throw away some of that stuff?
    Don't you think 1,000 books is enough?
    Mongo hides his balls under the frid all right
    Doesn't needs balls in the middle of the night :D

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    1. haha no balls to whap against your head
      That is good when resting in bed
      Or is it the snip snip
      After a vet trip
      Damn, 1000 is a ton
      Could use them as weights for muscles to be spun

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    2. Might have to sell them too
      Like your DVD collection at your shoe
      Who knows what is still to come to our mat
      Dog, blue guy or cat.

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    3. Yeah, had to sell to survive
      The cat and Pat needed to stay alive

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    4. It's a damn shame
      The selling game
      I once had to sell my ring
      Good thing I hated the thing

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    5. Hate helps a lot
      A good 300 movies were a crappy plot

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  3. I'm afraid to I hoard things,
    Of things of bygone years,
    Some is quite important to keep,
    Others only bring back fears.

    I should have a clear out,
    But hate to part whith this and that.
    Oh Yes Pat I'm a hoarder,
    Just like your loveable cats.

    Yvonne.

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    1. A hoarder at your sea
      At least it can be admitted by thee

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  4. Things I look at every day
    They no longer have their say
    Invisible,,,,,I look right through
    They're usful as just one old shoe
    No excuses, out the door
    Use the space to store some more. Ha

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    1. haha out with the old
      And in with the new
      Until they decide to fold
      A repeat process for you

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  5. My theory is if we don't use it at least once a year, it's out of here.

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    1. A good theory to have indeed
      Even makes a rhyme take seed

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    2. Cat, we should call Alex... The Dragon Ninja. Yes?

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    3. Wannabe is better for us
      Can be more of a fuss

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    4. Dragon Ninja wannabe
      Rhymes easier you see

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  6. Why Keep To Add To The Heap?
    House will appear less neat
    Hoarders beware
    House needs care
    Not used for a year to be rid

    Hank

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    1. Chuck after a year
      Bring much more cheer

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  7. Under the fridge? That might explain a lot!

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    1. Could be where they are
      At ones sand bar

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  8. I wish I could blame Orson for the things that disappear...

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    1. The boogeyman did it
      That could work for a bit

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  9. Sigh. I have trouble clearing out things especially if it was a gift or something I MIGHT use or wear.........

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    1. haha the gifts can make you think
      But could say they broke with a wink

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  10. My kitties love to hide things too! I am doing better at getting rid of things I don't need. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Hiding seems to be their thing
      At many a wing

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  11. My family thinks I throw too much away. I love minimalism.

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    1. Minimalism works here
      Gives my ocd cheer

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  12. I am with Bijoux above. No hoarding at our lair
    We have plenty of stuff and a few spare

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    1. What one needs in the end
      Is a fine trend

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  13. Welcome to hoarder's world/where cluttering is the last word! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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    1. The last they will find
      In all of mankind

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  14. I have too much stuff
    Enough is enough...lol

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    1. A chuck and heave
      Too much shall leave

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  15. Can't let go of this.
    Can't let go of that.
    Gotta keep on buying crap.
    Call me Missy Pack Rat.

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  16. My wife just won't throw a thing out
    Her stuff now forms piles all about
    From closet old boyfriends still shout

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    1. Damn, quite the collector
      And maybe now neglector

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  17. I'm back kinda. I'll have a new blog post up in a few days.

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    1. Welcome kinda back
      To the blogland shack

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  18. I have hard time throwing away my kitties' worn out toys. They have too much memories to just let go :-) So I have broken wand, featherless feather toy, zombie stuffie, etc etc....

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    1. haha I threw some away
      And the cat looked at me like I killed his mother at our bay

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  19. I can hang on to things much too long
    But there comes a time to sing another song.
    I gave away my doll house furniture
    It was hard but I was sure.
    My Oma and Opa gave it to me
    And now it goes to my cousin, see,
    I keep it in the family.

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    1. Keeping it in the family is good
      Makes it easier at any hood

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  20. God, no. If it hasn't been used in over a year, I get rid of it in my yearly cleaning purges. My mother in law though is a pack rat through and through. I dread the task of having to go through her house when she dies. Seriously, she has canned food in her basement from the 80's. Ewwwww!

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    1. Blah, why does she keep that?
      To the ewww we second it where we are at

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