Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Butterfly Ball....

major...."What's dis noisy thing?"

ollie....."Ehhhh? What did you say?"

major....."WHAT'S THIS...."

ollie...."Thank God the battery went dead."



major...."What's it suppose to do?"

ollie...."I don't know. Maybe Uncle wants us to go into business telling fortunes."



major...."It does kinda look like a fortune teller's ball."



major...."You know what?"



ollie...."This is a no brainer..Lets see...You liked the box better?"

major...."Wow, it really works. You could tell what I was thinking."



biped...."The only one that was entertained by the ball was the me. Once it was turned off the little butterflies zipped around because of static electricity.

9 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Wait a minute! This whatsis has flying things inside of it, but you can't actually catch them?! That's not right.

Mr Puddy said...

Interesting !

But I agree with Sparkle if you guys can catch it must be more FUN !

Hannah and Lucy said...

We agree the box had to be the best thing!!

Furkidsmom said...

We agree with Sparkle! Anyway, the box is always the very best part of anything!!

The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

Random Felines said...

I would stick with the box. I was thinking the butterflies came out of the ball and it would be a lost cause here since the butterflies would be gone as soon as they came out - never to be seen again. But you can't catch them?? Nope, nobody here would care.

OKcats said...

Well, at least they enjoyed the box! Although, Miss Major does look like she's intrigued by the butterflies - we love her eyes!

Father Tom said...

What fun! I like the butterflies, too, but it does look like a fortuneteller's ball. It would be great to look into the future and play at the same time!

Have a good weekend!

Hugs,
Tom
xoxo

Angel and Kirby said...

You know that some toys take time to appreciate. Maybe this is one of them!

Karen Jo said...

I have been more amused by some of Herman's toys than he has, too. Maybe they will get more interested in it later. It took Herman a year to scratch on his Turbo Scratcher.