Prime cuts–lock me up now!

by Captain Walker

Categories: Humanities

Meat at £37.78 per kg – yep that’s gotta be a prime cut – or even a super prime cut, you might think!

Well you’ve probably  spotted the picture below already so you know it isn’t. But because you love that kitty, you’d buy it – lovingly. That’s how we humans operate – and unless I agree, then I’m not part of the human race. What’s new?

I’m actually from another planet – that’s what people tell me. But if I assert that too often, of my own accord I risk being locked up in a nut-house. Strangely it isn’t mad to purchase cat food at £37.78/kg. That’s perfectly sane – isn’t it. But to scoff at it isn’t? Lock me up now!!

SAMSUNG


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