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Something to ponder…

Since I’m spending the day in a tech seminar getting my brain tied in knots and having to do math on a Saturday, here’s something to contemplate:

How is it that a 7 lb. cat can manage to hog an entire queen-sized bed? How?

I bet there’s math involved, isn’t there?

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5 Responses

  1. RickB says:

    My cat showed me this-
    A= area of cat’s sleeping body.
    B= area of human’s sleeping body.
    G= guilt felt by human should stretching their legs or turning over dislodge their furry friend and wake up.
    E= paranoid fear of being named and shamed by PETA for torturing cats by means of sleep deprivation.
    Z= cat’s zone of uninterrupted happy sleep.
    Z= (G x E) + A/B
    If Z>Your bed, my cat says buy a bigger bed and while you’re out how about some of that fresh salmon too (with cream!).

  2. Devin says:

    Yours too? My cat somehow pins the covers down at the bottom of my bed at night. I HATE it!!!

  3. Dave2 says:

    I’m putting my money on quantum physics…

  4. Peter says:

    Our kitten Tiger, who’s eight weeks old and probably doesn’t weight much more than a pound, already has mastered the art of bed-hogging.

  5. principled uncertainty says:

    Dave2 hints at the answer. The animal that we know as the common housecat, is actually a creature that exists across multi dimensional space. What we see is a 3 dimensional cross section of an animal that exist in 11 dimensions. You can’t see the entire cat when it is on your bed due to the curvature of our 3 dimensional space time and the inability of the human brain to comprehend hyper dimensional constructs. We can only feel its gravitational effects. You are now informed.

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