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Monday, May 19, 2008

Garfield Gets Grafted

Police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks raced to the burnt remains of the Arbuckle house around roughly 3:00 A.M. last Monday. John Arbuckle was found in his backyard screaming "GARFIELD!" as he watched his voluptuous feline friend, carrying a blackened, crisp lasagna; a midnight snack, emerge from what once was their kitchen.

Garfield, plagued by a treacherous food addiction, commented to John, police, rescue workers, and other concerned on-lookers that he was ashamed of his eating disorder and the turn of events his uncontrollable hunger just caused. Garflield promised to seek help for his eating disorder, vowing to curb his appetite... after a long nap, of course.

Rescue workers temporarily lowered John's blood-pressure as they found Odie panting happily and wagging his tail, sitting on the end of the kitchen table - which was, remarkabley, still intact. Nermal, thank goodness, had been put into a box by Garfield and shipped to Antarctica just the afternoon before the incident, so he was not harmed by the fire. Also, in case you were wondering, Pookey was fine - Odie had buried him outside the night before.

Garfield had to receive skin grafts on his paws - he was not injured by the fire, but rather when he rescued the lasagna. When we questioned Garfield about his food addiction, he replied "I'll kick this stuff man, I'll kick it", but, unfortunately, we could see his fur was already stained with tomato sauce and grated chedder. We're rooting for ya, our furry feline friend. You can 'kick this stuff'.

This has been a public service announcement brought to you by R.A.N.G.E (Raving About Nothing Good... Ever)

(And, since some nice youngin' left this floating around on YouTube, you can enjoy a classic episode of Garfield and friends where Garfield is plagued by nightmares as a result of over-eating)

1 comment:

harita said...

well cute and nice.......type in comments to my blog...