Queuing Part 2

So it turns out that there is no App for avoiding the wait at the Drippy Faucet of Youth.

Any venture capitalists following this blog?

Have I got a great startup pitch for you!

–Luna

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Sorry not Sorry

“Age before beauty,” at least when it comes to the Drippy Faucet of Youth.

Unless you’re a Millennial Kitten. Then you’ll for sure try to cut in line.

–Lily and Charlie

I don’t want to be part of the narrative of waiting in line. Isn’t there an app where we can schedule our faucet time?

So I tried to cut. Sorry not sorry.

–Luna

Hydration

It’s essential to stay hydrated when temperatures soar.

Don’t drink out of the silly bowls the Humans provide for you. Drink exclusively from the drippy faucet of youth.

Seriously, it’s at least 9 times more hydrating than regular water.

Trust me.

Depending on the Google result you consult, I’m at least 80 years old.

I don’t look a day over 60, though, do I?

–Charlie

Bachelor Pad

Choose your bachelor pad wisely.  If you like a bit of action, don’t move too far out to the country–youthful Kittens will keep you young.

On the other paw, be sure that your pad is protected from the hurly-burly of the youngsters’ catnip-fueled disputes. Kittens may do fine with a mere 18 hours of sleep daily, but you require a minimum of 20 hours.

Most importantly, make sure that your pad is in close proximity to the best place in the house, i.e. the kitchen.

–Charlie

Parents won’t always get your style

Do your parents not understand your style? For example, are they constantly telling you to fix your ears because they’re inside-out?

Don’t pay them any mind.  They mean well, but they’re too old to know that it’s trendy to expose the pink insides of your floppy ears to match your pretty pink collar.

–Stella