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The Ships Cat

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  • Birthday 09/25/1962

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  1. Them Old Jokes

    So being a ships cat I get bored sometimes after a heavy days murdering of rodents and keeping me shipmates happy with a bit of purring and meowing. Now and again I like to visit me other ship born mates and hear their stories, the goats are a bit boring but the ducks are great. My old mate Quack the duck (known him a month, heard he's going in the pot) told me a great story the other day about a visit he made to a pub in old blighty London. Quack the Duck walks into a pub and asks - "Got any bread mate?" Barman - "No" Duck - Got any bread mate? Barman - No! Duck - Got any bread mate? Barman - No! Duck - Got any bread mate? Barman - No! Duck - Got any bread mate? Barman - No! Duck - Got any bread mate? Barman - No! ... If you ask me again I'll nail your beak to the bar! Duck - Got any nails mate? Barman - No! Duck - Good! Duck - Got any bread mate? Ooops gotta go, I think the bosuns just thrown himself overboard! Tell us an old joke please, I need something to share with Quack the duck before he goes. Poor Quack.

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