Yeti: Looks like it’s nearly time for Meowloween again. Mister brought home a heap of candy yesterday.
Boo: Hooray! [Licks chops]
Yeti: Come on, you know better than that.
Boo: I can dream. Wonder if it’ll even last until the freaky little humans come to the door; he usually has to get reinforcements. It seems to be the only thing that works to make them go away. I wish I could get food for just hanging around by a door!
Yeti: You’d never leave it. Luckily this only happens once a year. Frankly, I get a little creeped out by all the scary-looking kids beating on the door.
Boo: Well, you can just creep them out right back.
Yeti: As angelic as I look? Surely you jest.
Boo: Ha, you don’t see yourself in the “light” I get to sometimes. And don’t call me Shirley.
Yeti: [Groaning] That joke’s way older than Missus.
Boo: [Glibly] I appreciate the classics.
Yeti: Still – I think your comment on my image shows that you’re delusional.
Boo: Hardly. I have documentation.
Yeti: Oh really?
Boo: Yes. Like this:
Yeti: Oh my. That’s not Photoshopped is it?
Boo: You know I’m too lazy to set you up doing all that work. And there’s plenty more:
Yeti: [Wincing] Oh…oh! That’s even from when I was still little. How often does this happen?
Boo: Enough to amuse Missus to put such goofy captions to them. Gotta love irony.
Yeti: [Pouts] I don’t think it’s funny.
Boo: I do!
Yeti: Stop showing those things! I look possessed. [Frowns]
Boo: Oh, come on, I do it too. Embrace the magic. It’s almost Meowloween.
Yeti: Well…maybe I can scare off those creepy kiddies, if I can work the light angle right.
Boo: You’re better equipped with the red eye. Positively evil. It’s such great contrast against your normal appearance.
Yeti: [Nodding with a mischievous smirk] They won’t know what hit ’em.
Boo: Atta girl. Now stop looking at me like that.
Yeti: I can’t help it!