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Muddyone wrote:If the cat's eyes don't glow in the dark, it's pointless.
Absolutely! Also, I also agree to the comment that multiple creatures should be in the image due to the grammar. Let's have some dignity with our language, please.
My largest comment that brought me here is that often I purchase a shirt and get only half the caption. Months later I wonder why I bought the shirt, as I forget the caption on the ad. Shouldn't a shirt be self explanatory? One shouldn't have to explain the meaning of what is printed on a shirt. This shirt would have been even more wonderful if the words, "Yes, it's what you always suspected" were added on top of the image (plural if the owl and squirrel, raccoon, etc. were included).
Lompoc, pronounced correctly as Lompoke. When you hear it on tv said as Lompock, proof they're NOT residents of the area.