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Suspension of Disbelief

08/03/2013

Suspension of Disbelief

I’m beginning to believe that Louis studied in the Faculty of Arts, because lately he’s been spotted applying a feline variation of the Suspension of Disbelief principle. The landlord eats Zucchini in lemon and olive oil next to vegetable salad with Tahini. The nose, the eyes and the brain of the viewer, A.K.A Louis, tell him it’s Zucchini and vegetable salad, A.K.A one heck of a dull and disgusting business. Under an unwritten and unilateral contract Par Excellence Louis chooses time and again to suspend his disbelief and sit and watch the plate faithfully, as if it were Filet Mignon in butter on a bed of Red Tuna Ceviche. When the landlord finally chooses to hand a Zucchini to Louis’s mouth, Louis disappears in disgust and rage. Thus the educated cat, who also completed a unit of studies in Dynamics of Guilt, manages to make the landlord believe that the cat believed that the landlord believed that the cat sincerely believed that it’s Fillet Mignon, A.K.A another ugly case of cat defrauding.

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