Here we go again...

Posted by Max | Posted on 4/10/2014 10:57:00 PM

The reappearance of a Dammit Machine...

Only this time it's not blocking my fire thingy, it's behind the Woman's desk in the room where all the books live.

I'm not sure why it's not in front of the fire thingy since it appears that I am not getting a fire anytime soon, and I know she likes to watch TV while she dammits an hour away.

She also has one of these that she takes outside. Well, theoretically. I'm not 100% sure that's ever really happened, unless it happens during my morning nap.

But really, guys, with all the dammit machines that have come an gone, I am now reasonably certain that this house is where good intentions go to die.

Comments (12)


There must be one in each state, because they die here, too. Exhibit A - An original Bowflex, not even unpacked, lives somewhere in our basement.

My human dances around with people on the TV - it's very annoying! The living room is supposed to be MY playroom, not hers.

The Woman walks all the time. The Male just got a jumping think. I hope he falls.

Maybe the woman knows you'll be bothered to pieces if she brought the bike to the front room. It's not you'll miss having a lap if she does, though. Not unless she has decided to get other kinds of shorts so you can be more comfortable. Just that it might be too much noise.

Doesn't she know that thing belongs in the garage where everybody else's dammit machines live? She's put in an extra step FOR NO REASON.

Max, dear kitty, dammits put people in a good mood which might increase your chances of a lap and treats! Dammits are good, Max!

Max, if dammits relieve stress and stress relief means a people is happier; then doesn't a dammit machine lead to more treats and more laps? There might be hope here!

Steer clear of that dammit machine, Max!

Huh! We's never seen one of those dammit masheens.

Maybe it's a good thing you human has intenshuns...ours is just plain lazy, MOL

Sasha, Sami, & Saku

We are sure glad there is not one of those dammit machineries HERE!

I can't even remember the number of dammit machines I've owned, all of which became coat racks after about two weeks....