bɒ̃ viːˈvɒ̃,French bɔ̃ vivɑ̃/
noun: bon vivant; plural noun: bons vivants; plural noun: bon vivants
a person who devotes themselves to a sociable and luxurious lifestyle.
"he was a diplomat, bon vivant, and womanizer par excellence"
Something similar to socialite I think
>Its a gravy planet
>Heathcliff absorbs all the gravy on the planet.
>Heathcliff becomes an unstoppable GOD!
I like how the Kitty Korners are the equivalent of your old neighbor telling you about how adorable her cat's completely mundane and common behavior is
>Oh, my Fluffy just LOVES to nap in boxes!
>You don't say
I think you'll find this is more appropriate then
I thought the military was against breath based weaponry? What could have possibly happened in the world that would cause this reversal in policy? So many unanswered questions. Heathcliff truly is the deepest.
They found out that the Ruskies were also working on weaponizing cat breath. They had some significant advances after discovering a feral cat in the outskirts of Moscow with a breath so foul that you could use it for welding.
Except the Geneva Convention clearly states that cat breath based armaments are completely inhumane tools of destruction and it worries me that things have soured to such a state where apparently it doesn't apply anymore
god I want to kill myself this one made me chuckle for some reason
To be honest, it's a brilliant idea. Not only does it get annoying cat owners to read Heathcliff just to see if their reatarded letter was printed, but it also makes Heathcliff seem funny by comparison. Like, "See? At least he's not stealing tea bags or plays fetch!"