It's "Make your own caption time"

by Volker Weber

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kanns leider nur auf Deutsch: "wessen Brot ich ess' dessen Hund ich stech'" sagte sich die Katze und ließ den Igel ran.

Robert Basic, 2005-04-20

"For a second there I thought you were a Range Rover, but then I realised all your pricks are on the OUTSIDE!"

Ben Hughes, 2005-04-20

"Who's bread I eat, who's dog I sting", thought the cat and let the hedgehog access.
Needs a little explanation:
The original is: "Who's bread I eat, who's song I sing".
In the 30 year war in Germany (1618-1648) where the outer reason was the spat between catholic and reformist countries (or better dukedoms) a commoner was not allowed to pick his/her own religion. Since you belonged to a duke/lord/whatever royal eating "his" bread you had to be in the same church singing his songs.

Stephan H. Wissel, 2005-04-20

@Stephan: And from time to time, when the city/town/village you lived in was conquered you obviously had to convert, if necessary a couple of times a year.

Ragnar Schierholz, 2005-04-20

@Stephan, thank you & interesting story :-)

Robert Basic, 2005-04-20

YOU tell him to get the hell out!

Bob Balaban, 2005-04-20

"Ray Ozzies Cat finds life on the Redmond Campus hard..."

---* Bill

Bill Buchan, 2005-04-20

"284.615 gute Argumente heute mal zu fasten..."

Frank Sturm, 2005-04-20

"Spit faster, that dog is coming back!"

Henning Störk, 2005-04-20

I said 'these eats are FINE', not 'I want to eat with a porcupine.' Damn cell phones and their lousy static!

Jess Stratton, 2005-04-20

He's hedgehogging all my food.

Kevin Savetz, 2005-04-20

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