Sailing The Seas Of Cheese
Tommy The Cat
"I remember as it were a meal ago"
Said Tommy the Cat as he reeled back to clear whatever foreign matter
may have nestled its way into His mighty throat. Many a fat alley rat
had met its demise while staring point blank down the cavernous barrel
of this awesome prowling machine. Truly a wonder of nature this urban
predator. Tommy the cat had many a story to tell, but it was a rare
occasion such as this that he did.
"She came slidin' down the alleyway like butter drippin' off a hot
biscuit. The aroma, the mean scent, was enough to arouse suspicion in
even the oldest of Tigers that hung around the hot spot in those days.
The sight was beyond belief. Many a head snapped for double, even
triple, takes as this vivacious feline made her her way into the delta
of the alleyway where the most virile of the young tabbys were known to
hang out. They hung in droves. Such a multitude of masculinity could
only be found in One place... and that was O'malley's Alley. The air
was thick with cat calls (no pun intended) but not even a muscle in her
neck did twitch as she sauntered up into the heart of the alley. She
knew what she wanted. She was lookin' for that stud bull, the he cat.
And that was me. Tommy the Cat is my name and I say unto thee...
Say baby do you wanna lay down by me"
|3||Fish On (Fisherman's Chronicles, Chapter Ii)|
|4||Grandad's Little Ditty|
|5||Here Come The Bastards|
|6||Is It Luck?|
|7||Jerry Was A Race Car Driver|
|8||Seas Of Cheese|
|10||Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers|
|11||Tommy The Cat|
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|3.||Fish On (Fisherman's Chronicles, Chapter Ii)|
|4.||Grandad's Little Ditty|
|5.||Here Come The Bastards|
|6.||Is It Luck?|
|7.||Jerry Was A Race Car Driver|
|8.||Seas Of Cheese|
|10.||Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers|
|11.||Tommy The Cat|
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