The Science of Teh Qte

Now, if we magnify the cattus marmii cell, we can see that the cellular structure consists of a furry mass — what cuteologists call “floof” — surrounding a smaller nucleus, often called the “kitteh.” This central command module exerts control over the entire cell by a process called “mewing.”


Via Imgur.

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23 thoughts on “The Science of Teh Qte

  1. dubravkamcvmd March 17, 2016 / 11:36 am

    Genius. You might want to submit this as part of an application for an appointment at CalTech or MIT in their Departments of Cuteology.

  2. Faye March 17, 2016 / 12:41 pm

    I bow deeply in your general direction NTMTOM.

    Meelks produced by cell structures called neeples.

    I so want to be that kitteh.

  3. ^oo^ March 17, 2016 / 1:03 pm

    The joys of smotherhood.

    • allein March 17, 2016 / 1:44 pm


      • Murray March 17, 2016 / 1:53 pm

        And I second the “Ha!”. Motion carried.

  4. Mikeyfur March 17, 2016 / 1:50 pm

    One of your sweetest and best, NTMTOM.

  5. amyliz March 17, 2016 / 3:43 pm

    D’aww! This is definitely one for that coffee table book, NTMTOM!

  6. Emmberrann March 17, 2016 / 5:25 pm

    And that li’l face is known as the kituole. Or maybe it’s the mewcleus.

    • dubravkamcvmd March 17, 2016 / 5:31 pm

      Mewcleus! Oh yes!

    • Faye March 17, 2016 / 8:03 pm


    • LunaChickFringe March 18, 2016 / 12:05 pm


  7. Jan March 17, 2016 / 8:12 pm

    One of the best scroll-downs I’ve ever seen!

  8. Alice Shortcake March 18, 2016 / 3:38 am

    Did anyone else find themselves doing an impression of David Attenborough as they read the caption?

    • Faye March 18, 2016 / 11:08 am


      • allein March 18, 2016 / 11:16 am

        Double Ha!

  9. Clairdelune March 18, 2016 / 11:49 am

    The “mewing” of the central command module exerts control not only on the surrounding floofy mass, but also on any observer whose brain is extremely sensitive to the subliminal signals contained in the “mewings”, especially when combined with the visualization of tiny peenk noses and lips. This effect is magnified by the visualization of the outer floofy mass of the “cattus marmii” cell, showing a delightful display of the lateral outline of the larger oral structure. There are reports of cases of insanity characterized by acquisition of several such cells of “cattus marmii”, usually associated with the uncontrollable urge to feed, rub, kiss and cuddle them. So far, no cure has been found.

  10. Faye March 18, 2016 / 12:35 pm

    This affliction has been found to be highly contagious. Even spreading to resistant hosts of the male variety who take up residence with females previously infected. Many of these hosts have been seen to congregate in cafes where they feel an affinity with others of their kind.

    • Clairdelune March 18, 2016 / 1:04 pm

      Ah yes, Faye, it seems that special meeting places for support groups started in Japan and spread to other parts of the world – even here in the US. Given the lack of a cure, and the total absence of any desire to be cured (actually, the adamant refusal to be cured) the members can provide support and an atmosphere of understanding and approval that can enrich their lives.

      • Faye March 18, 2016 / 4:48 pm


      • Lurkingduck March 18, 2016 / 7:50 pm

        I’m not addicted. I can stop any time I want.

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