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The cat knocked the skeleton hand from the table

October 13, 2018 - 11:40 -- Admin

I realised as I said those words—it was a plastic back scratcher skeleton hand—that it was an unusual set of words to say and it sounded a bit like an early reader that went wrong ala "the cat sat on the mat" only in this case body parts instead of furnishings. That would make those readers more interesting and it should be encouraged with other body parts twinned with cat-based antics; "the cat nuzzled the hip bone", "the cat stood on the metatarsal" and "the cat ate the hippocampus; where the fuck did it get that hippocampus?!" I think the kids would get more value out of that; plus it's early exposure to anatomy and situational appropriate cursing.