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What does the cat say

“You’re the cat,” replied the man.

“Then you’re the mouse,” I replied.

“You’re the mouse,” said the cat.

“Then you’re the cat,” I replied.

“You’re the cat,” said the man, with a smile. “You’re also the mouse.”

In a world full of men who wear ties and women who wear skirts, I am the cat.

Oprah’s favorite book of all time is the one that she keeps on her nightstand:

The Cat in the Hat

The most dangerous words in the English language are: “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.”

The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.

I am not a cat. I am a human being.

I do not know that there is a cat in this house. I am only saying that if there is a cat, it is I.

Do not be obsessed with your appearance.

I am a cat. I am a dog. I am a cat.

I am an idiot savant.

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