Musings on a ferret-dominated world

ΨΦ • Musings on a ferret-dominated world • ΨΦ

I wonder if in an alternate universe ferrets became human companions the way cats did in our universe. I mean that the way many people have cats today, many people in that other universe have ferrets. In other words, in that alternate universe, ferrets started hanging around human habitats, munching on rats and mice and became enamored by humans and those two species, humans and ferrets, evolved together. While some people now do have ferrets, they are a minority. In that alternate ferret dominated universe, perhaps some people have exotic pets, like cats, the way some people in our cat-dominated universe have the exotic pet of ferret.  This sounds like something that I should ferret out after I get done cuddling my kittahs.  

#jtg 🤠

P.S. I’m rarely done cuddling my kittahs, or so they tell me. Meow. 🐈  😼

P.P.S. Ψ and Φ are the Greek letters Psi and Phi, which when spoke aloud sound like Sci and Fi, or SciFi, which is a shortened form of the phrase “Science Fiction”.

P.P.P.S. The letters “P.S.” are an abbreviation for “post script”, which are Latin words for “After Writing”, which is something you add to a document after you’ve thought it done, but think of something else to say.

P.P.P.P.S. If you think of something more to add to a document after you’ve added a P.S. and you need to add a second P.S., the second P.S. becomes a Post-Post Script, which is abbreviated as P.P.S. and each subsequent P.S. has an equivalent number of P’s to the number of Posts Scripts. For example, a 13th Post Script would be the abbreviated as “P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S.” 😺 


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