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It’s World Cat Day

 

Cynthia:  Hey, Marcy! Happy World Cat Day. 
 
Marcy:  Merci.
 
Cynthia:  I bet you don’t know how to say cat in French.
 
Marcy rolls her eyes.
 
Marcy:  Chat. Chaton. Minou.
 
Cynthia:  How about in Bulgarian?
 
Marcy:  Kotka.
 
Cynthia:  Arabic?
 
Marcy:  Kitte.
 
Cynthia:  Vietnamese?
 
Marcy:  Meo.
 
Cynthia:  Eskimo?
 
Marcy:  Pussi.
 
Cynthia:  Egyptian?
 
Marcy:  M’iw. Kut.
 
Cynthia:  Japanese?
 
Marcy:  Neko.
 
Cynthia:  Oh and my favorite. Hawaiian?
 
Marcy:  Popoki.
 
Cynthia:  Popoki. I want to say it over and over. Popoki. I know! Let’s get another cat and name him Popoki!
 
Marcy:  Yeah if you want me to popoki out your eyeball.
 
Marcy raises her Friskies can. Cynthia raises her martini glass.
 
Marcy and Cynthia:  Cheers to the cats and cat lovers all over the world! 
 
                                           
                               Happy World Cat Day!
 
 
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*More ways to say “cat” in other languages.

 

From CatStuff:
 
Albanian   macë
Arabic     kitte
Armenian   katu
Basque   catua
Bulgarian   kotka
Cantonese Maow
Catalan   gat
Cherokee (Tsalagi)   eesa
Chinese   miu or mau  
Cree   bushi
Czech   kocka
Dutch   kat or poes
Egyptian    Hieroglyphics for the word "cat" miw
English cat
Eskimo   pussi
Esperanto   kato
Estonian   kass or kiisu
Ethiopian domadh
Farsi   gorbe
Filipino   cat or pusa
Finnish   kissa
French   chat
Fula (New Guinea)   gnari
Gaelic   pishyakan / Piscín, cait
German   katti, katze or ket
Greek    gata, gati
Gujarati (India)   biladi
Gypsy   muca
Hawaiian   popoki
Hebrew   cha’tool
Hindi   billi
Hungarian   cica/macska
Icelandic   kottur
Indian biladi gujarati
Indonesian kuching, kutjing
Irish cat
Italian   gatto
Japanese   neko
Kannada (Indian)   bekku
Kmer   chma
Korean  
Latin   cattus or felis
Lithuanian   katinas
Malayalam (Indian) poocha
Malay/Indonesian   kucing
Maltese qattus
Mayan   miss, miz
Netherlands   kat (male); poes (female)
New Guinea   gnari fula
Norwegian   katt
Pakistani shimii
Plains Cree Indians minoos
Polish   kot or gatto
Portuguese   gato
Pusa   cat
Romanian   pisica
Romansch giat
Russian   koshka (female); kot (male)
Sanskrit marjara
Serbo-Croatian macka
Slovak   mačka; muca
Spanish   gato
Swahili   paka
Swedish   katt
Swiss-German büsi, chatz
Tamil poonai
Tatalog (Philipino) pusa
Thai/Vietnamese   meo
Turkish kedi
Ukrainian   kitska (female); kit (male)
Vietnamese   mèo
Welsh   cath
Yiddish   kats
Zulu   Ikati
Fashion

European Cat Girl: Melisa Minca of MeowNEKI NEKO

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Cynthia: I was scrolling through Effortless Anthropologie‘s Blogroll and noticed that a few European blogs had been added to the list. I clicked around, quite enthralled at the beautiful moodiness of most of the fashion photography, and by chance found Melisa Minca of MeowNEKI NEKO.

 

Melisa Minca of MeowNEKI NEKO

Cynthia:  Melisa Minca is a fashion blogger and photography student from Bratislava studying in Edinburgh. I am not sure why she named her blog after the English word for the sound a cat makes with the actual Japanese word for cat since most of her photos are of fashion and not cats. However –

Marcy:  Would you get to the point already!

Cynthia:  My point is that I find these two cat inspired photographs of Melisa Minca to be intriguing and beautiful.

Marcy:  I heart them too.

Melisa Minca of MeowNEKI NEKO

Marcy:  See Cindy, us European women are intriguing because we feel beautiful in our own skin. Unlike you American women, we are not obsessed with having perfect hair, a wrinkle free face, big sexy boobs, and big poofy lips.

Cynthia (insulted):  Hey! We’re not all like that! And anyway Marcy, you’re from Texas, not Europe.

Marcy:  I’M FROM PARIS.

Cynthia:  Yeah. Paris, Texas!

Marcy’s claws start to extend, her tail puffs up, and her ears point back.

Marcy:  See Cindy, us European women…

Melisa Minca of MeowNEKI NEKO

One hour later.


Marcy continues to lecture Cynthia about why European women are so cool. In retaliation, Cynthia puts on an herbal face mask, some teeth whitening strips, deodorant, and with a big smile says “Have A Nice Day” over and over and over.


Check back tomorrow to see who wins this really stupid and not very intriguing cat fight.