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September 03, 2007

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Gina

Oh.
My.
God.

Mary Ellen

YES.

Mary Ellen

p.s.

robot cat looks like he's trying to squeeze out a few batteries...

Greencolander

I don't want to know what your right hand is doing to Robot Cat. !!!

Lando

I'm laughing so hard right now.

Rock

But do you listen to Pachabel?

This is truly glamorous. Luxuriousssss.

Freddy

LOL. Nice.

biz

i am interested in your theories and would like to subscribe to your newsletter.

Phoenke

Nice try Chris, but you and Robot Cat just don't have the chemistry that Craig and Tommy have...

Liza

OMG! I'M LAUGHING SO HARD THAT I'M SUFFOCATING!

Although I think Craig still does it better...

Maybe thats because his cat doesn't look like it pooping batteries out...

PMurphy

Chris, did you rent a tuxedo just to take this photo? That is pretty bad ass.

Heather G

uhhh....

Laura

Sweet! I applaud your effort to imitate Craig – it is the highest form of flattery - but the thing is, your expression says, “Dang Mom, I can’t believe you are making me take a picture with this stupid cat. You will be sorry.” Craig’s eyes, rather, are contented and proud, communicating, “Score! I can’t believe I convinced my Mom to let me take this picture. I love my cat.”

lisa gee

i think his eyes say "Knots Landing" 1985.

or Michael Douglas in Wall Street

michael

Awesome picture. You are special.
Compare, though, Craig's confident hand on his cat's thigh, with your hand up robo-cat's ass. The difference is quite subtle, but it's there.

Michael from MASSACHUSETTS

April

You didn't quite catch that dreamy look that Craig wears so well.

Evelyne

That's hilarious!

Nic

"My name is Leavins, Chris Leavins...you know me?"

Anne

are you taking robot cat's temperature?

Susan

Oh Chris, it's wonderful. I do, however, agree with Lisa Gee. Plus, Craig's cat was staring directly into the camera, like a true kitty model. Might I make a few suggestions to approve upon this? First of all, I think Craig's cat was real, hence the raw emotion it projects to the veiwer. Also, you have your hand in an inappropriate place. Robot Cat's back being arched in that particular manner is somewhat racy for a prom photo. And I think it might make Colty jealous.

Thanks,

Sue.

Susan

Oh Chris, it's wonderful. I do, however, agree with Lisa Gee. Plus, Craig's cat was staring directly into the camera, like a true kitty model. Might I make a few suggestions to approve upon this? First of all, I think Craig's cat was real, hence the raw emotion it projects to the veiwer. Also, you have your hand in an inappropriate place. Robot Cat's back being arched in that particular manner is somewhat racy for a prom photo. And I think it might make Colty jealous.

Thanks,

Sue.

Casey

Robot looks like he is about to crap out his batteries into your hand, Chris.

Sherita

It's like a dance-off. But no dancing. Just tuxedos and cats.


So tight.

Niall

Americans. Always thinking about the cat ass.

tito

Nice try Chris, but it's a little bit off. You need to either dye your hair or your cat's fur so they match one another, then you'll be closer to mastering the brilliance of Craig.

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