The Big Piney Woods Cats

Thursday, March 16, 2006

New Monster

Mine Dad went to the buying place and bought another big monster. This monster is kind of like the one that cuts the trees down (Big Scissor Monster) but it takes the trees he has cut down and splits them into smaller sizes to fit in our hot metal fire box that heats the log cabin here in the Big Piney Woods. He calls it a wood splitter, we call it Black Noisy Chewing Monster. The following are the monsters that live here now, out in the garage or big shed; way too many:

Metal Monsters (aka Dad's truck and Mom's SUV)
Big Scissor Monster (aka chain saw)
Grass Eating Monster (aka lawn mower)
Snow Eating Monster (aka snow blower)
Black Noisy Chewing Monster (aka wood splitter)
Monster That Blows Hot Air (aka leaf blower)
Skinny Cutting Monster (aka edge trimmer)


So, do you have any monsters like this at your home? Tell me about them if you do.

Patches

Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:55 AM

19 Comments

  • Blogger The Meezers posted at 7:58 AM  
    Hi Patches! We only have the metal monsters (mommy's truck and daddy's car) and the sucking monster that eats the stuff on the carpet.
    Miles
  • Blogger PrincessMia posted at 8:33 AM  
    Wow! that's a lotta scary monsters. And loud ones too, I bet. I don't like loud monsters.
  • Anonymous Daisy posted at 9:17 AM  
    Mine goodniss, Ms Patches, yu gotta lotta monsters at yore place. We got thuh metal monster and thuh grass eating one, and a thing that goes on thuh carpet, like the Meezers said.
  • Blogger Kukka-Maria posted at 10:26 AM  
    We only have one at our house and his name is BRACH!

    Just kidding (no, I'm not).
  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 11:34 AM  
    I dunno if were gonna come over anymore, those monsters are totally scary! But we have some too. car monsters, grass eating monster, blower monster. And we also hate the garbage monster and the ups monsters!
  • Blogger The Whippy Curly Tails posted at 11:35 AM  
    NO monsters here, cept that awful loud vaccum thingy!
    Very bad thing.

    WCTs
    =^..^=
  • Blogger Edsel/The Pooch posted at 1:41 PM  
    we have horrible monsters. the Dad is an artist and he makes stuff. he needs monsters to help. he has BIG monsters with big saw blades and ones with big sanding belts (BIG!) and then smaller ones with blades and belts and all these vacuum thingys with snakey tubes that go all over. it's scary. i don't go in his workshop!
  • Blogger Fat Eric posted at 2:02 PM  
    All those monsters sound a bit scary. We don't have many monsters here, only the vacumn monster indoors, and the car monster outdoors. The only monsters in the shed are the lawnmower (but it's not electric so it's not too bad) and the aerator-thingy that makes spiky holes in the lawn...
  • Blogger Becca posted at 3:34 PM  
    We only have the big metal monster and the carpet monster, too. But our Grammy & Grampy have the grass eating kind. We don't like it when the lawn people come around here with those either. (we live in a townhouse that has a lawn/ snow service-mom). We also have thereally big monsters that make screaming noises when then drive by (firetrucks)

    Meeko and Kiara
  • Blogger Beau Beau & Angie posted at 3:41 PM  
    We has the lawn monster, the bacuum monster, the furnace monster, the loud music monster from the Heather sisters room (we don't go in there too much) and we have the BEAU BEAU monster!
  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 3:59 PM  
    Hey girls....tell your mom to keep the camera handy to get a picture if she can of the new visitor to your yard. Hope Mistrie is nece to him.
  • Blogger Zuleme posted at 4:53 PM  
    We got a tractor!

    Silas
  • Anonymous Kelly Cat posted at 6:18 PM  
    That's a lot of big loud scary monsters. Kitties have sensitive ears, too.

    Mama makes my human use the carpet monster and he always tells her "I can't because cats are sleeping." She says "They're always sleeping. They'll get over it." My human is so considerate. Maybe I'll wait until 5:30 tomorrow morning to jump on him.

    Or maybe not.
  • Blogger Derby posted at 6:38 PM  
    The monsters are outside, so not so bad. But yes, metal monster, grass eater, snow eater, hot air blower.
  • Blogger Sanjee posted at 11:15 PM  
    We just got the metal monsters and the grass eating monster outside that I know of. Inside we got the evil vacuum monster that eats the stuff on the carpet and the eats everything monster that Mom calls my sister Mini.
  • Blogger Oreo posted at 10:33 AM  
    We gota all those same monsters!!! Wel,, 'cept for the snow eatin monster. Dad uses the lawn mower with a snow blade on it to get rid of that stuff.
  • Blogger Victor Tabbycat posted at 5:32 PM  
    Oh, we gots some of those. Dad's truck stays outside, but Mom's car goes in the garage an there's another car in the garage that never leaves. Bonnie says it's a Tiger and as monsters go, it's REALLY loud. But it's broken so it sleeps alla time. Then there's machines for snow, grass, leafs, and cutting other stuff outside. Inside, there's the sucking monster and Bonnie.
    Sumtimes, Dad's friends come to work on wood in the basement (they're building sumfing) and they bring a noisy monster wif them for cutting big boards into smaller boards. That's REALLY loud.
  • Blogger Petey posted at 7:19 PM  
    We have lots of noise monsters at our house. The mom is obsessed with the vacuum monsters and has 4 of them. The dad has noise monsters too, his are power tools and an air compressor. He uses them inside and we all hide. But they will go out to the garage when our house is done being remodeled.
  • Blogger Taz n Angel posted at 1:38 AM  
    Big Red Dirt Sucking Monster (aka Kenmore vacuum circa 1990 or so)

    Little loud screaming monster (aka electric shaver that needs replacing) - Taz attacks everything in sight when this monster is going.

    Little hot air blowing monster (aka hair dryer) Taz also attacks everything in sight when this one is going.

    Oddly enough some of the scariest monsters aren't monsters to them. The furnace, Taz loves, a little too much. Especially since the broken concrete behind it is a perfect place to roll around in the dirt that seeps in through the cracked foundation when it rains. The washing maching and dryer don't scare her, probably because they mean a fresh basket of warm laundry will soon magically appear. It seems any monster that has a good thing attached is no longer a monster. Maybe the blow dryer can heat tuna. LOL

    the Mama
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