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Is Paul A ShapeShifter?

 
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Something about this "cat", "Leeroy" gives me strong wheaton flavored vibes....
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I think a shapeshifter would choose something a little more dominant than a pussy cat.



 
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Has Leeroy built any rocket mass heaters or wofati?
 
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He probably has not built any.
But I assure you that he has completely checked them out and has left fur at each location!
 
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I think it's the beard.
 
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Burl Smith wrote:I think a shapeshifter would choose something a little more dominant than a pussy cat.



Sure, they're not physically imposing, but I dunno...cats get us to house them, clean up their poop, feed and worship them. They're often the center of attention. How much of the internet is cat pictures/videos? Seems kind of like a dominant being.

Does this "cat" lay on the keyboard whenever you try to do something besides look at permies or related sites?
 
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I expect he'd be happy to feed a willow pooper.
 
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Is one of these a shapeshifter? Cats come in all shapes and sizes, even boxes:or baskets!


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I think the one in overalls is most def channeling his inner Paul.
 
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Oh come on people. If Paul was a shape shifting sasquatch...
 
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Nick Kitchener wrote:Oh come on people. If Paul was a shape shifting sasquatch...



While Paul is both obvious and blatant not just in character but also in physique, I think that he also enjoys tactics of asymmetry, surprise, and being warm... all traits of a cat. Also I did not show you the proportions of "Leeroy", he may be 8 feet tall, much alike Paul.
 
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