Let’s Do The Time Warp Again, Again

Lulu: “You know, I spent a lot of time in a dog house at the ranch where I used to live, and it didn’t have all these view ports and controls and it was just the same size on the inside as you would expect.”
Blue: “That sounds pretty boring.”
Charlee: “I can’t believe after all this I still haven’t gotten any food. Hey, mouse, could you figure out where that place we were would be now so we can go there and have a look around?”
Mouse: “Are you saying that you want me to calculate where 66 million years of continental drift would have taken your cans of tuna so that you can find the and eat them now?”
Charlee: “Yes, exactly.”

Mouse: “No, I’m afraid I won’t be doing that.”
Charlee: “How come? I thought you were the smart one. Why not help a cat out?”
Mouse: “Because there’s no point. Even if I could calculate where they would be, and you could find them, the tuna wouldn’t be good anymore.”
Chaplin: “What do you mean? They’re canned goods. Don’t canned goods last forever? Just like batteries and gasoline and mowed grass?”
Chaplin: “None of those things lasts forever at all. You’ve been watching too much of ‘The Walking Dead’ with your Dada, Chaplin.”
Chaplin: “Well now you sound like Mama.”
Lulu: “I guess it was a little boring, but on the other hand, when I went into the doghouse and came out again, there weren’t any scary dinosaurs waiting for me.”
Blue: “Hey, those are my cousins you’re calling scary. So, thank you, that’s very nice of you to say.”

Mr. Nibbles: “Look, friend Charlee, we’re coming out of the time warp into the yard. I’m sure your Dada will give you something to eat soon.”
Charlee: “I suppose, but I want my tuna. Chaplin and I worked hard to scam them away from that Swordfish character.”
Chaplin: “Well, we didn’t work that hard, but, you know, it’s the principle of the thing.”
Blue: “You think I’m scary too, right?”
Lulu: “Oh, um, yeah, totally.”
Spicoli: “Hey, dudes, welcome back.”
Vermin: “HISSS! Mouse! You materialized us right in front of a squeegee man! Quick, honk the horn at him!”

Momentarily …

Lulu: “This isn’t a big improvement over the Cretaceous Period.”
Chaplin: “Something about those tuna kaiju looks vaguely familiar.”
Charlee: “We’re gonna need a bigger can opener.”
Mouse: “Say, Spicoli, have you. noticed anything strange about the state of the space-time continuum?”
Spicoli: “No, I don’t think so, dude. Why do you ask?”

7 thoughts on “Let’s Do The Time Warp Again, Again

  1. Wow, super giant tuna cans!! Calling all cats!! Tuna buffet will be open shortly!


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