At least he keeps the neighborhood cats from fighting. By eating them.
This thing is like a big ol' sweatbox in the morning I bet. I hope those are terrycloth sheets. Though, it would be a good place to stay when you have a fever you need to sweat out.
Ah macrame, the absorber of smells, the siren song of earwigs and moths, home to spiders. And on top of a pool table turned waterbed! Tres chic!
Sure I need earplugs to drown out the terrifying nocturnal woodland creatures, but waking up is a breeze.
It's like someone left a solitary marshmallow to rot in the woods and some industrious fungus Smurfs moved in.
It's so lovely of you to build an entire house for the hundreds of homeless spiders in your little patch of enchanted forest there! I'm sure they appreciate it.
Bears can't climb up here, right? Oh they can? I need to move somewhere that doesn't trigger my melissophobia.
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