9 May 2012 – 21 July 2014
Hodge and Podge twinning
Sinai and Soigne twinning
Sinai and Ianis twinning
Bonus points for anyone who can guess which one is Sinai
Jumping up and down on the floorsi
I am (of course) an animal
Sinai is also an animal
She had a sister, who rolled around
The sister’s name was Soigné,
And she often acted like an ape
One day, Soigné ran away
And she never came back (hooray!)
Her grimy paws and greasy coat,
She ran down the driveway slope.
The forest of carefully landscaped trees,
They used to look like a minor catastrophe
Soigné had declared a war
The giant $60 million palace wasn’t big enough for them all
Sinai, she got help from below
From unworthy peasants and a teletubby named Po
And for a while, Soigné grew mold (on her cheese)
Her friends were scared and ran into their holes
The forest that once was green
Was coloured pink by Sinai’s spray painting machines.
Sinai took down Soigné and her friends
And that’s how the story goes
The story of the runaway with those four germy paws
Camouflage is when I can’t see anything, which is very sad. Like in the picture above. I cannot see myself. Well, actually I can, but it’s hard to see myself, so I’m going to say that I can’t.
Sinai lives in a large plastic tray covered with a hollow box made of bars (aka a cage). Naturally, she does not really keep in touch with the rest of the world. I mean, she probably could if she was able to leave her cage, but she has no opposable thumbs, so that is really not possible. Therefore, she is not always sure what day of the week it is (or what day of the month, what month, what week, what fortnight, what year, what decade, what century, what millenium). It probably does not help that Sinai also does not own a calendar, but that is not her fault. She did ask Soigné for a calendar for her birthday, but Soigné sadly did not deliver. (Now Sinai has a legit excuse to blame her sister for all her time-orientation related problems, so it isn’t all that bad.)
Hey, Sinai. Please tell me what you would like to get for your birthday so I know exactly what not to get you! Haha!
Anyhow, Sinai has decided today to celebrate her obliviousness of what day it is. She used to be annoyed when she couldn’t remember whether it was Wednesday (not good) or Thursday (also not good). However, she has come to accept her being naïve and unknowing of the days as a way of life. It is actually quite beneficial. For example, when Soigné tries to be a bum and take a day off because “it is the weekend,” Sinai just pretends that she thinks that it is really Tuesday and makes Soigné do more heavy labor. And when Soigné tries to go to her book club because “it is Tuesday, and we always meet on Tuesday,” Sinai just pretends that she thinks that it is really Saturday or Sunday and makes Soigné stay home and work her monochromatic tail off. So, actually, Sinai quite likes not knowing what the day is. Please don’t ruin it for her.
What’s the hottest new trend for animals and humans around the world? Headlessness, duh! Headlessness is the act of being headless or at least trying to be headless.
Olivia had troubles trying to make her head disappear, so she finally gave up and pretended that she didn’t have one.
Headlessness is really hot now because being headless also means being faceless, and if you have an ugly face, then no one has to look at it! Also, no one has to comb their hair or put on make-up when they are headless, which is totally awesome because hair and make-up are very time-consuming activities. Also, if you are shy, you have an excuse to not make eye contact (because you don’t have any eyes)!
Headlessness also makes your body more streamlined, as proven by Sinai the Great in this picture. It also makes you look really cute. Warning: Being headless for more than five minutes may cause neck pain.
Surprisingly, Sinai’s sister, Soigné, is actually on board with this trend (for once). She usually sulks in a corner and totally shuns everyone, but for once, instead of sulking, she sulks headlessly! Amazing, right? Here are some pictures of Soigné being headless. Shocking.
Sinai tried asking Soigné why she suddenly decided to try and be trendy to see if she could put an explanation on these pictures, but Soigné did not answer (which did not surprise Sinai, as Soigné hates to be social). Seeing as Soigné probably was trying to be a pain in the invisible head on purpose, Sinai decided to ignore her annoying sister and find other rats who were being headless. Here they are.
Mojave’s head is nowhere to be found. How strange. I know that it is certainly not behind that humongous theta!
Can you see Dimples’ head? Because I sure can’t. Nope. Definitely not here.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking. Well, guess what? This is not Sinai. This is Ianis, who happens to look very much like Sinai. Yes, this pictures looks an awful lot like the one of Sinai earlier in the post. However, it is of Ianis, and not Sinai, so it is not the same.
It’s Olivia, again! Here head must have disappeared properly this time. I wonder where it went. Not under the cat cap, obviously.
It’s Mojave… again. I wonder where his head keeps on going. Well, if there’s one place it can’t be, it’s inside that Yogies bag, eating dried yogurt!
You can’t see Negev’s head in this picture. Yes, there is something that resembles his head… but “resembles” is the key word. It isn’t his head, however precious it might be. (Very precious!)