3/15/2010 04:00:00 AM
Ides of March,
Nice to see you decided on the "middle" ground, Daisy!!!
Yeah, I don't get it either Daisy. Oh, and Harley? Your EYES of March do scare me a little. Especially in that last shot. They're all googly!
Ides . . . eyes . . . we still don't know whut it all means!
We consulted Mommy and she said the Ides of March was a very bad day for Julius Caesar. So we thinks the eyes of March might be nicer, but we are not sure why we should beware of them. We thinks Daisy & Harley have purrty eyes. ~AFSS
Yeah, what is the Ides of March?
We like your eyes of March much better!!
et tu Harley?~Lisa Co9T
oh you two have me meowing out loud again! how do you come up with these funneh comicks?!
I bet March has really pretty eyes. :)
Hahaha, that was great.
We like your style, Daisy:)
MOL! You guys are so funny!!
We don't like the sound of that at all. We will be extra careful.
Oh that one was really good. Mom had to laugh out loud. Well done. We don't understand it either but March is half gone, so maybe we don't have to worry about it. Great pictures of you two. Have a great week.
Harley, those Romans really knew how to party... Not. Happy Monday, Daisy and Harley!
Harley, beware of Romans carrying knives!
We like your eyes of March better too. And you both have stunning eyes!
EEEK...Mom forgot that today was the Eyes of March - thanks for the reminder. You never know when those Romans will show up! We kind of like YOUR eyes though!!Sniffie and the Florida Furkids
We don't know either. Let's go with the eyes.
We think that the eyes of March is much better than ides of March. We dunno what an ide is either!
You are both so silly! Just beware, right? Thanks for coming by to help Jonesie celebrate her big day!
The Ides of March (Latin: Idus Martias) is the name of March 15 in the Roman calendar. The term ides was used for the 15th day of the months of March, May, July, and October, and the 13th day of the other months.According to Plutarch, Caesar was warned by a seer to be on his guard against a great peril on the Ides of March. On his way to the Theatre of Pompey (where he would be assassinated) Caesar saw the seer and joked "Well, the Ides of March have come," to which the seer replied "Ay, they have come, but they are not gone." This meeting is famously dramatized in William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, when Caesar is warned to "beware the Ides of March."Milo (who is feeling like a "know it all" today)
Milo, you are smart!!!
i feel an emily latella routine coming on.
or beware Harley's eyes!!!
hahahahaha Daisy and Harley, you crack me up! Especially the first and last pictures. You are great. =)
hehehe Daisy you so sillY!
you 2 have the eyes all right hahah
Make March stop looking at me!
Daisy, we think maybe Harley got you that time! Good funnies. We are glad you are doing the funnies on Monday. xoxo
Yeah--hard to know what Ides is... hmm... Is it really that already?!
MOL! That's the way to be decisive!
MOL!!! We don't know what IDES means either. And if it's not food related, we really don't care...MOL!
Daisy and hawleyThose eyes awe too bootiful to bewawe ofsmoochie kissesASTA
hahahahhaha ....I love you guys !! thanks for a Monday laugh....
Our Mum had heard of the Ides of March but didn't know what they were. We think both you and Harley are very good with your answers to each other. Your make us giggle!!Luv Hannah & Lucy
Hee hee hee..
yeah. I think it is the eyes of March too. Both of you have big eyes and it is March, you know?bonkbonk
We don't know what it means either Daisy!
You need your eyes of march if you're watching a military parade, like Mayday in the old USSR. Otherwise everything looks like it's standing still.I seen cats driving tanks and stuff there.Honest!
Um, what's "Ides"? Effun wif Milo's espanashun we don't unner stand why dey sayd ides and not just da 15th. Yeah, the eyes of March, dat makes more sense to us! March is when mommy and Sadie start getting goopy eyes cuz of der alerjees, Sadie gets shot and mom takes a pill and den der eyes is a lot less goopy. BEWARE DA EYES OF MARCH!
Don't you two have access to your mommeh's computer now that she goes to work.you could google ides and learn all about Julius Caesar and how the Romans divided up the months.
You silly kitties!
I really don't know how you always comes up with these funneh cartoons, and makes the kittehs posed just right for the frames. This was a grate one, the look on Harley's face is so purrfect in the last frame.Thanks for the laff!TK
And such pretty eyes, too
Our auntie was married on Mar. 15 years ago, and she joked about it being an unlucky day. They divorced less than a year later. Our mom, on the other hand married our dad on a sensible day, June 21, first day of summer and they will cellebrate 30 years this June. BEWARE!
I can always count on Daisy and Harley for a smile or a giggle! Eyes; LOL! :)You two are way more funny than the comics in the paper! And cuter too!Hugs,Lorianna
HEE!I think if you say anything with authority (and big, wide eyes) that people will listen and think you know what you're talking about. Therefore:BEWARE THE EYES OF MARCH!
Tee hee, Daisy! You and Harley are so cute, and you have beautiful eyes every month of the year. Don't think you need to worry about the Ides. :-DKittyhugs and purrs from the Ballicai.
Yes, good one! This is right up my alley (with the sense of humour, I mean).Purrfection!
I think the eyes of March sounds much better than Ides anyway
Yup, Billy Shakespeare made this one up and like Alasandra commented, it was a VERY bad day for Julius Ceasar. But I like eyes MUCH better too! Especially YOUR eyeses, Daisy and Harley. mew!Katie(Glogirly's Cat)
Daisy, Harley...we do not think we need to beware of your eyes!!!!!! They are lovely :)Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie
Ides... eyes of March. I had no idea. Then I read the comments. Now I know.I hope this Ide of March is over soon.Yes... lets go with Eyes of March!Kisses and hugsLorenza
DaisyI think you confused Harley...purr onAbby
Haha! We love your eyes! We don't want to beware of them at all!
You both have the sweetest eyes so I'll just go with the eyes of March.
Julius Caesar would be proud (or maybe not), as would Shakespeare. But they eyes are way cuter.
I don't know what ides are either! And Harley makes an excellent angel.
MOL. Now that was furry funny! :)
You guy's version is much easier to understand. I move to make the change permanent! ...and the EYES have it! ;)
Heheheheheheeh!! That is a funny one and very hard to explain!!Your TX furiends,
I thought March 15th was The Ides of March!. thanks for the confirmation and the humor. Harley, Here's a hint. Google Caesar and Mark Anthony and the Ides of March and you will understand the meaning.Love,Theresa111
understood the fun after going through those comments, lol
We didn't know what Ides were either til one of your fans explained it to us...purrsonally, we like your eyes in any month, not just March!
Ha! Yes, I do prefer "eyes" too; although I have no idea why.
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