I just Love Tardar and Pokey!
I truly love Grumpy Cat and I know the F word is used a lot by the public, but it does “grump” me out when I see it used with Grumpy Cat! She is a sweet cat and to associate that vulgar word with her just hits me the wrong way!!! Sorry! When you use that with her pictures I will hide them on my FB page because I can’t afford to have others see that use of terminology! I love your Cats: Grumpy Cat and Pokey despite that!!!
If you are seeing it used on FB you are following a FB page that we do not run. Ours is http://www.facebook.com/TheOfficialGrumpyCat
I can’t wait for the Grumpy book.
I’ll be getting painful facet injections in my spine tomorrow so I’m thinking of bringing a Grumpy Cat picture with me for strength! I need to get a Tardar Sauce shirt to wear for next time!! I can’t wait until there is a grumpy plush!!! I need some Grumpy Cat strength tomorrow!
Love u tartersauce! Sweetest grump around.
Michelle Grumpy Cat don’t like nobody!
THANK YOU TARDAR SAUCE! Since I now have a tolerance to the IV sedation I feel all of the multiple, painful injections in the facet (joints) of my vertebrae and my spine, so to prepare I stayed awake all night long and visualized and meditated on Grumpy Cat. This is what I did…I asked myself questions like, “Will the injections hurt again? Will I be nervous again?” and immediately followed up with an image of Tardar, sporting her full grump, and saying, “NO!!!”. I continued this for hours until I fell asleep around 4am. Since I also had reactions to the injections previously, I asked myself, “Will I have a rejection?” and again visualized the full grumpiness of Tardar and said. “NO!!!”. I did this with a series of questions and even though I did feel all of the injections they were NOT as painful as they usually are and now, 7 hours post-injection, I’ve had no sensitivity reaction at all! THANK YOU GRUMPY CAT!!! Thank you for helping me maintain my strength through these painful procedures. I love Tardar Sauce!