His Favorite Companion. He Carries It On Our Walks And Scares The Neighborhood Kids
Not Gonna Lie, If I Saw This Upon Entering The Bathroom At 3:00 AM, Pants Would Be Shat
Give Me Those Tweezers
She Loves The Blower
Where Are The Treats
"My Claws Are Needles. My Teeth Are Tacks. I Am Despair. I. Am. Fluff"
Brigand Got His Head Stuck Into The (Freeze-Dried Chicken) Treat Jar And Now He Looks Like A Demon And Omg I'm Dying
A House Near Me Has A Bit Of A Cat Problem
I Feel Like I Just Interrupted A Meeting For Little Demons
I Found The Cheshire Cat. He Lives In My Apartment Complex
I'm Not Sure What I Did, But I'm Sorry
Murphy Seems To Have A Bit Of Devil In Him
I Caught My Mom's Dog Playing In Her Curtains And Thought It Would Make A Cute Picture. The Result Was Nightmare Fuel
Feeding Time Was An Hour Ago, Jessica
Jackson Smiling Is Kinda Terrifying
Norwegians use 'Texas' as an adjective in describing parties, as in, 'That party was Texas!' In this context it means both 'huge and epic' and 'probably embarrassing for everybody involved.
Dutch speaking person here. We have loads of loanwords from English. Even verbs. The interesting part is that the Dutch conjugation rules still apply for verbs loaned from English.
"I deleted" becomes "Ik deletete"
"I've gamed all day" becomes "Ik heb de hele dag gegamed"
Not a verb but "The backed-up data" becomes "De geback-upte gegevens"
There's no real word for yes or no in Irish.
Some use "ta" or "sea" (those are missing fadas) but those translate closer to "it is"
So if you go to a Gaeltacht area you will hear native Irish speakers chatting in Irish to one another but saying "ya" or "yes" every few seconds because it's a useful word and how the hell did we not have a work for it for so long
In France, a lot of "Ouat Ze Feuk" (wtf)
My cat has helped me with my ptsd. We had an armed home invasion a handful of years ago where they busted the door in and so whenever I hear loud banging, or noises in the house that I dont recognize, then it can make me go into a full on panic. Knowing my cat can hear way better than I can and will always go to the door is she hears someone outside of it, I've started looking at my cat to see if she is concerned about the sounds before my anxiety is ramped up too badly.
It has vastly improved my mental wellbeing.