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watch it: “Very Funny Cats 42”

Iz LOLcats, but iz YooToob? Mi hed iz splodin.

Iz cat video Friday iz wut it iz.



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  • PaulW

    Ooooo! Ooooooo! One of mah LOLs is in that video!

  • Victor Plenty

    PaulW, do you mean one of the LOLs is a picture of your own pet(s), which you uploaded after adding a humorous caption?

    Or do you mean you added a caption to one of the myriad existing pet pictures already floating around the Interwebs?

    Don’t get me wrong. Both are legitimate forms of creativity, and no matter how you might answer, I’m not looking for excuses to attack you. I’m just curious to learn more about the process from someone whose creative output got included in one of the more widely circulated final products (the linked video).

  • Or do you mean you added a caption to one of the myriad existing pet pictures already floating around the Interwebs?

    It’s one of the myriad existing pet pictures that I added a caption to.

    I did plug in a few pics of my cats for LOLs, but none were accepted for general consumption. I’ve had a few accepted for LOLCats and Pundit Kitchen and the Celeb one. Every so often, about maybe 1-2 times a week, I login, scan for a few pics that would be good for humor, add a caption, submit, and move on to my email and my political blog.

    I’m not worried about getting attacked for wasting hours making silly LOLs. I *am* worried that I’ll be attacked for my chili recipe… :(

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