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Got something you need to do at a certain time every day (e.g., take meds)? Start giving your cat a treat right before you do it. You may have trouble remembering, but your cat absolutely
will not.
Thats a damn good advice
Bskeletonmug
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Life hack Got something you need to do at a certain time every day (e.g., take meds)? Start giving your cat a treat right before you do it. You may have trouble remembering, but your cat absolutely will not. Thats a damn good advice Bskeletonmug a cat wrote this
Me not wanting to go to work but remembering I'm broke
Me remembering all the times
I accepted to work for free
Me remembering all the times I accepted to work for free
Texans remembering how
they became Texan
Texans remembering how they became Texan
Lithuanians remembering the hundreds who died in the war between Hingis tingispingis and the
Teutonic Knights in 1375
Lithuanians remembering the hundreds who died in the war between Hingis tingispingis and the Teutonic Knights in 1375
Live footage of JFK remembering what the weasel goes
Live footage of JFK remembering what the weasel goes
You'd think that the part of the brain that used to remember phone numbers would take over remembering passwords!
But Noooo'!!!
You'd think that the part of the brain that used to remember phone numbers would take over remembering passwords! But Noooo'!!!
You'd think that the part of the brain that used to remember phone numbers would take over remembering passwords!
But Noooo!!!
You'd think that the part of the brain that used to remember phone numbers would take over remembering passwords! But Noooo!!!
girljoining the military her veter an dad remembering how horn military dudes are
girljoining the military her veter an dad remembering how horn military dudes are
You know what's wild? Remembering that children hear things for the first time without context and are literally like, "What?"
I just said "See you later, alligator" to a four-year-old and I think it was the first time they had ever heard that. They froze in their tracks, looked at me completely bewildered then replied, "See you later, chicken"
and kept walking.
You know what's wild? Remembering that children hear things for the first time without context and are literally like, "What?" I just said "See you later, alligator" to a four-year-old and I think it was the first time they had ever heard that. They froze in their tracks, looked at me completely bewildered then replied, "See you later, chicken" and kept walking.