Lottie38 wrote:I would say they do it because they can.
I agree - the idea of someone knowing what I'm thinking is horrifying!
The hint that I don't get with animal experiments is that whilst I can see that they hold help humans but do they really? Our make up is different is it not?
You are saying you never met a bloke who was a rat or a pig? Hello! Ding dong! My name is Dave and I hate animal experiments.
Boris! Get wiv it babe. A large part of the intergalactic cosmetic empire prides itself on not testing its products on animals. My imaginary beagle is hairless, wrinkle free and only smokes Marlborough Lights. He is 128 years old and doubles for Joan Collins. Funny that. His name is Colin.
While we are doing something completely different, and sincere nods to dear friends whose parents are not in good health or no longer with us, my mum and dad (78/76 and dad got a few big health probs) just feckin took off to Sri Lanka for a fortnight. Wtf? I spoke to mum and said ooh, aah, Tamil Tigers before I got up to speed on it ( all cool). She did that bloomin mumsy empire thing. 'No problem. If I see them i'll l tell them off and make a cooked breakfast.' Absolutely genuine. 'Mmm Crunchytoast'. My mum is a batty, batty, bat bum from batty land. Like she says though: been there done that. She gives me the T-Shirt. To anybody who does not have this relationship, well give me a cuddle and I will pass it on. Mum does not understand my addiction but she accepts it and will accept my friends.
Desire is an illusion unless it is a streetcar. Don't get run over.
#88 - 2013 Challenge