Today "a girl" starts complaining about the last post. She didn't liked to be called "a girl". "Why are people here mentioned by there name, but am I "a girl". And why don't people want to know what I do with my cat in bed? Sorry Isabelle (with one S, one B ans double L).
Sometimes she reminds me of the babysitter Kari McKeen ("It is like Carry, but with a K instead of a C, an Áh instead of en Éh , one R instead of two and I instead of an I-E).