Skip to comments.Grumpy Cat Upstages Stars As He Hits The MTV Movie Awards In Pharrell's Hat
Posted on 04/18/2014 3:46:40 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
The world-famous mog pretty much blew everyone else out of the water when it came to her outfit choice, after getting style inspiration from a certain pop superstar.
Looking her usual *ahem* cheerful self, GC showed up with Pharell's famous over-sized hat sitting casually on a tilt... pulling it off like a pro.
Looking suitably unimpressed with the whole event, the 2-year-old greeted the screaming fans with her icy glare, before heading inside.
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Great that a mere cat can upstage up the idiotic “celebrities.”
I wanna give Tardar Sauce huggies.
I’m amused that Liberals will step over each other to criticize someone for using the word “retarded,” yet they call a cat “tard cat,” and it’s okay.
Hypocrisy knows no end.
Are you talking about the owners ? They named her Tardar Sauce. I don’t know why they spelled it that way (though they do call her ‘Tard for short), but I don’t think it has squat to do with “(Re)tard.”
IIRC, they asked a child (maybe a niece?) what to name the cat and they went with the suggestion, misspelling and all..
breaking their own arms patting themselves on the back for putting out trash as “entertainment”
The cat slept through the awards show...which is pretty much how most Americans respond to these boring, self-congratulatory events.
Speaking of Pharell, he's got to be like, "I've got to sing that damn 'Happy' song again?"
I’d be grumpy too if I was forced to wear a hat like that.
Okay, I’ve officially got nothin’ to do.
It’s short for tarder sauce. This was just a regular ole cat until it exploded on facebook.
I don’t get it. What is Pharrell? Do they mean feral?
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