Sunday, 6 September 2015

A Sleepy Sunday Selfie with Distractions!


Austin: Staff aka TAT do you think our readers will notice the dust and cobwebs in the top left corner of the Sleepy Sunday Selfie which I took all by myself on a timer in the summerhouse?

Staff aka TAT: Hmmm! They might not if we cunningly utilise a method of distraction!

Austin:  OK! Let's do it!


Austin: Do you think the cunningly utilised method of distraction worked?

Staff aka TAT: Not for a moment!

We are joining in The Cat on my Head's Sunday Selfie blog hop. Click on the badge below to join in :-)


And for those who missed yesterday's edition of Rolling Stone magazine with the ageing tuxie rock star on the cover, here it is again; ;)



=^oo^=

54 comments:

  1. Aging rock star? Austin - we don't get older we just get better and that success you had with your rock concert is proof! As for the selfie - I think it's brilliant.....who notices all the detritus in the corner when we have YOU - the ROCK STAR - as the center of attention. Well done.........

    Hugs, sammy

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  2. Well for a start the magazine is super Austin..and age is a state of mind/crepitus MOL..as for the cunningly disguised Floof and cobwebbs well i think if you had said maybe nothing MOL MOL..we would not have noticed as we were focused on your handsome self..but since you mentioned it it is all we can see now MOL MOL...paw pats and loves Dinnermintz and gang xxx

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  3. Great selfie Austin. Love the cobwebs too and that was a nice distraction. We have lots of those cob webs around here. But all we could really see is all your handsomeness Austin. You all have a grand Sunday.

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  4. Hope those distractions in the corner don't wake you up!

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  5. Bah, a little cobwebs never hurt anything, as long as no spider comes with and bites

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  6. MOL! We never woulda seen those cobwebs until you mentioned them. You should see the ones in our house.

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  7. Hey, cobwebs do tickle the whiskers. Great selfies Austin!!!

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  8. I didn't notice a thing except Mini Me and that Other Cat!
    Tigger has been photobombed.

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  9. Austin, your publications are tops! I love reading them despite you charge so much for purchase! Or perhaps I am unfamiliar with the exchange rates?

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  10. If you want to see cobwebs, come here. We have BIG ones!

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  11. I think maybe you brought attention to those cobwebs instead of distracting (although that attempted distraction is quite cute!). We came home to a few here after being gone only a little over a week. That sure is a nice sleep selfie, Austin!

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  12. the only thing we see is you Austin,great selfie mate,xx Speedy

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  13. Seriously Austin, I was totally distracted by your handsomeness!

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  14. Awww, you know I'm teasing you. I will always buy the NUCAT publications. xxoo

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  15. One of my recent posts featured my Athena with cobwebs on her whiskers --- and a haiku to go along with it: from under the couch / comes proof you have not dusted / cobwebs on whiskers.
    --Purrs (and wags) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  16. Well shot selfie, Austin. I need lessons on the timer button thing with our camera, I am afraid.

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  17. Austin you are so cute, that is all we saw your adorableness!
    Happy Sunday Selfie!
    Annabelle,Boo,Ping, & Mr Jinx

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  18. My human has mastered the art of photoshopping out things she does not want seen! She never thought of adding distractions.

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  19. Who notices cobwebs or anything else when there before our eyes is handsome sweet Austin? We love this selfie. Very cool magazine. Hugs and nose kisses

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  20. We must tell yous handsum, weez didn't even see 'em till yous mentioned it. Then of course we had to scwoll back up and look. MOL Have a blest day.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  21. wow, Austin you rocked the cover. This secret side warrants more exploration. Merlin is always getting cobwebs on his whiskers from our covered porch.

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  22. wow, Austin you rocked the cover. This secret side warrants more exploration. Merlin is always getting cobwebs on his whiskers from our covered porch.

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  23. MOL ! We would never have noticed the cobwebs until you mentioned them, you know. Purrs

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  24. Well pal, you just had to call our attention to the dust and webs. he he - now we see them. Doesn't make any difference anyway because we have a few of those in our house too.

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  25. keep pretending your sleeping
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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  26. I don't think my human would have noticed the cobwebs if you hadn't mentioned them. She never notices ours.

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  27. Dood! Distractions! We'll hafta remember that one. And uh, rockin' oldster huh? The things you learn....

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  28. Now that you called attention to them, the webs can't be unseen! Nice try at the distractions but you are enough of a distraction!

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  29. Wee did NOT see thee cobwebs till you menshunned them Unccle Austin, mew mw mew....
    Luv thee disstrackshun>>>>berry funny!!
    Did mee menshun yur lookin so hansum an wise an relaxed>>>mee wantss to bee just like you one day...
    ***paw patsss*** neffkitty Siddhartha Henry xxxx

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  30. HAHAHA....we would never have seen the cobwebs.....

    The Florida Furkids

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    1. BTW...one of your distractions looks a LOT like Raz

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  31. Yep, that distraction sure worked for us. Didn't notice the cobwebz at all.

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  32. Austin, wes never would has notices if TAT has not said something....and mes LOVED the distractions...Tigger is one sweet man cat!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  33. Are you sure you took that yourself? That distraction made the cobwebs loom even larger.

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  34. Worked for me! WHAT cobwebs? Don't see a thing.

    Purrs,
    Seville

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  35. Worked for me! WHAT cobwebs? Don't see a thing.

    Purrs,
    Seville

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  36. Wait, cobwebs aren't normal? Really???

    MOL. Great selfie, Austin!

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  37. Our house doesn't have any cobwebs that I can reach! But who would notice any cobwebs when we can stare at your beautiful white whiskers?

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  38. Great selfie.! Don't worry about the cobwebs.

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  39. Great selfie.! Don't worry about the cobwebs.

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  40. It worked purrfect... BRAVO! ... efurry house needs a cobweb for good luck said my grand granny once :lo)

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  41. We were totally distracted. Well...not really. We just didn't want to hurt your feelings. Nice snoozy selfie, Austin.Thanks for joining us again this week. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  42. What cobwebs? All I could see was Tigger and mini me. Daeda xxx

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  43. Couldn't see a thing cobweb-wise! MOL MOL [Note to self - check our summer house fur webs! MOL]

    The photo's are purrfection!! :D


    Purrs Basil & Co xox

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  44. Housekeeping, Smousekeeping! We came to see you Austin and you look pawsome! Also, you should really join Tigger in his hobby... you can't truly rock an' roll without a few stones...um... without getting stoned...;p

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  45. Wow Austin, you must need that nap with the jet setting (hey, who sets those jet anyway?) life you lead. Rock and Roll!
    xxoo
    Maggie

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  46. What distractors...MOL... :D We hope we can reply on your bloggie now, Austin, because yesterday Blogspot was giving us a hard...and waisted time :( Pawkisses for a great day, Little Binky and Granny :) <3

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