Monday, June 15, 2009

Cougar Musings






36 comments:

  1. Nigel has a lap? Yeah, right! Even if you thought you had one, that big old black bar would certainly get in the way of a cougar trying to sit in it.

    Just sayin'...............
    Chester

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  2. Please tell us more. I am especially curious about the suburban cougars as there might be some near me.

    Momma thinks cougars are attracted to handsome young men mostly.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  3. Great blog, I also have a soft spot for greyhounds. Actually I am a sucker for crazy dogs of any variety, thats how I ended up with Lily, the big spotty dog who thinks that if it rains the sky is falling and the end of the world must be next.

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  4. Ah yes!

    THOSE kinds of khougars!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  5. You're such a sexist Nigel!!!

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  6. Nigel, woo need to find ONE nice girl and settle down!!! Woo won't be a stud forever!!!

    Mya Boo Boo

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  7. The View had a little segment about cougars a week or two ago... Be careful, Nigel!

    Cougar – an older woman who sexually pursues men at least eight years her junior.

    [12] The term has been used in TV series, advertising and film. The 2007 film Cougar Club was dedicated to the subject.

    It is also featured in the recurring Saturday Night Live sketch "Cougar Den".

    Cougars are ages: 40-75.
    It is also the prominent plot in the 2009 TV series The Cougar.
    A new group, seeking males twenty-five to thirty years her junior

    Jaguars are elderly females over the age of 75.

    Jaguars are found in areas like Palm Beach, Florida; Palm Springs, California and Phoenix, Arizona.

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  8. I'm so glad 'giantspeckledchihuahua' explained the term 'cougars'.
    Should we be worried about Nigel?

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  9. Y'all are so funny. I love it!!!

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  10. I'm sorry i won't make inteligent comments. I can't acyually think when I'm laughing my guts out.

    :)


    Pipa

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  11. Cougar, Smoogar...

    You are so not wrapped tight....

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  12. Ahh...story time for Nigel. Too cute.

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  13. Hmm...two kinds of cougars. I think I should consult the dictionary...

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  14. I actually took hikes with my folks on Sat. and Sun. and never stopped thinking about C______s. The thought of them scares the fur off me and on both these hikes, there was a drop-off on one side and it went straight up, as in cliff, on the other. And... we are in "bad" cougar land. But I saw a couple of deer that excited me, cause I hoped the cougars would be more interested in them. Plus, the deer made me forget about the cougars. I like the river dance - missed that.
    xo,
    Sammie

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  16. About what Chesty said....maybe that WAS why they sat in his lap!!!

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  17. Do cougars taste like chicken or squirrel? I like chicken!

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  18. Ringo mentioned something about a cougar the other day.... now I thought he was talking about the forest variety that jump on your head, but hmmm, maybe he meant something else entirely, esp since he's a young, suave and very attractive chocolate Lab.

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  19. Hahaha! Nigel, we suspect that attracting cougars is an unexpected consequence of your fine moves on the dance floor, er, river! :)

    JNTR

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  20. I thought a cougar was a car.

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  21. I is purty shore I does not have to worry bout coogars of any kind. I heer they is not intrested in seenyur citizens!

    Yer pal Dozer

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  22. Anonymous2:51 PM

    Cougars? I rode (in) a Cougar once.......but that is another story.

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    come by if you can
    thanks
    Bell Bell :)

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  24. LMAO.....the suburban cougar comment cracked me up. I was complaining about some really obnoxious cougars on our plane ride to Vegas two weeks ago. The suburban cougar can definitely be scary!

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  25. We are now worried having read the definition - well Bailey is an older basset hound who relentlessly pursues a much younger male german shepherd called Lennon!
    Does that make Bailey a cougar we wonder or should we quit while we are ahead - could Nigel maybe read The Cat in the Hat at bedtime!
    love
    Martha & Bailey xxx

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  26. cougars now those are some scary cats..

    Big Sloppy Kisses
    Gus, Louie and Callie

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  27. Nigel (or should we call you Mr. Ladies Man? ;))you sure are crazy! :)

    Stinkin' kisses from Alih & James in Sweden.

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  28. i really have to teach my dogs to speak in thought bubbles, it would make life so much easier :)

    have a great monday

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  29. Sounds like a story for another time?

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  31. Cougars make good dog walkers.
    Who said cats and dogs can't be friends
    Oh wait l hear the music.. limbo limbo limbo ah
    Norwood

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  32. I was just reading about some chihuahuas that cornered a cougar in a garage, but it was a different kind of cougar ...

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  33. Ah ... cougars. I know one of those, and not the four-legged variety. Actually, she's very fond of greyhounds so Nigel would have nothing to fear from her. LOL!

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  34. Suburban cougars that cater to your needs - do tell more.

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  35. Mercy, did he pick out his own name? Nigel really fits him ;-)

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