This of course isn't the case. It's a dramatic understatement, really.
Hi please watch this poor mailman get attacked by a cat it’s v. important
TAKE IT WITH YOU.
I THINK MY FAVORITE PART ABOUT THIS IS HOW CHEERFUL THE MAILMAN IS. HE AIN’T EVEN MAD.
I wouldn’t be either because this is hysterical.
no- he’s USED TO IT
this is a REGULAR THING, HE’S TALKING ABOUT HOW THE CAT IS GETTING BETTER AT IT
HE LOOKS FORWARD TO THE MURDERMAILSLOT
Remember how you’ve always been told that when you’re running or doing something athletic you should be drinking lots of water to keep yourself hydrated? Well, forget that. No, you should still drink water. Just don’t drink too much water. But don’t drink too little water either. What you should do actually, is drink just the right amount of water. In fact, you have to or you run the risk of collapsing and dying. What’s the right amount? Who the hell knows? Everyone’s different.
Everyone knows that drinking too little water will cause dehydration, which leads to dizziness, nausea, headaches, and, if it’s particularly bad, death. But the new news is that drinking too much water will cause hyponatremia (hī’pō-nə-trē’mē-ə), which leads to dizziness, nausea, headaches, and, if it’s particularly bad, death. Yes, the symptoms are exactly the same, and that can make things a little confusing while you’re doubled over in pain and vomiting behind the basketball net, wondering what the hell you’re supposed to do about it. But if you’d have just done what you were supposed to do in the first place and drank just the right amount of water, you wouldn’t be in this situation.