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|Photo from Wild Dangerous Animals|
"Miss, your version of iPhoto needs to be updated."
"Ma'am, your version of iPhoto has not been updated and Apple will not support it."
"Hey old lady! Your version of iPhoto sucks and you cannot edit videos, nor will Kodak continue to support your ability to make prints from your pictures."
End of 2011:
"CRONE!!!! You are a relic and can no longer update iPhoto. Same goes for iTunes! Why haven't you been updating? It's too late now. Even Spotify won't have you after February 2012."
2012: "Hello Dead One. Forget jumping from Tiger to Lion. You must erase yourself, and purchase a new operating system."
It seems unkind. Besides, I like the idea of being a Tiger and not a Lion. Didn't Apple consider that? I hear that they have dibs on the remaining big cat names: "Cougar" and "Lynx." Lynx is kind of cool, but I want to avoid being a Cougar.
|Go ahead. Google "lady cougar."|
I just offered a savvy eighth grade girl ten bucks to NOT MENTION to younger students what the slang meaning of "cougar" (my middle school's mascot) means. She didn't take the $10 because either she didn't take me seriously or because she's already blabbed about it everywhere.
Anyway, sometime soon I'm going to have to lose my Tiger stripes and become a Lion. Not sure how to do it. However I must do this before they announce that "cougar" is their next operating system.