Thursday, November 01, 2012

Depressed French Cat Hates Halloween

21 comments:

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM said...

I love Henri!

Audrey said...

Me too! :)

Lola153 said...

A black cat holding a dead, bloody rodent in it's fangs. A true Halloween vision.

DewieTheBear said...

Henri n'est pas déprimé ; il est un penseur profond, découragé au manque de profondeur de tous les imbéciles dans son milieu.

NapAssasin said...

HAHAHA awesome. Reminds me of my brother in law, he's a therapist and also eschews every fun thing about life as "banal".

hilloochka said...

oh, Henri, how I love thee...

thisoldbroad said...

My goodness, that cat is deep!

Layna Day said...

I have found my new YouTube past time. Henri makes my heart purr with jaded glee!

babo said...

Henri is a wise soul!
But as a native French speaker, I needed the subtitles to understand what the voice was saying...

EmEyeKay said...

Henri's Papa is from my neck of the woods! He's worked with The Short One's school on some projects, they turned out great.

Robert said...
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Robert said...

Mon Dieu, quelle angoisse felin!

jp said...

Love the videos. J'adore ce chat!

But I can't stand the way the narrator pronounces his L -- it's too American.

Tuxedo Cat said...

Thanks for posting the video, Enty (if you happen to be reading)

No one feels the angst of anything like cats do....

Lola said...

J'adore Henri!

The Black Cat said...

Henri is an amazing actor.

LadyConstance said...

That made me (:. Thanks, Enty

LadyConstance said...

That made me (:. Thanks, Enty

elspeth said...

Oh, gosh, more Henri, please. So i'm off to YouTube.

Merci, Enty!

Lelaina Pierce said...

"How do frightening ghouls have anything to do with a squash?" :) That Henri is DEEP. Hilarious.

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