Doja Cat Pussy Stubble at The Book of Clarence Premiere!

Doja Cat coming close to a pussy slip while wearing a sexy outfit to the premiere of The Book of Clarence in LA!”

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I’m a little weak on the books of the bible, but I don’t remember any pussy stubble in the Book of Clarence. Maybe I only read II Clarence.

6 thoughts on “Doja Cat Pussy Stubble at The Book of Clarence Premiere!

  1. Useless trivia: the word “cat” (Doja or otherwise) does not appear anywhere in the Bible.

      1. Yes, I meant house cats. Of course there are lions in the Bible–although by New Testament times they were extinct in that part of the world. (Still in Europe, though, although not for much longer.) And if I was the stickler type, I would point out that the quotation you cited reads “cats,” not “cat.”

        1. Zoology is not one of my strong suits, but acording to Haaretz, the last lion was not killed in Israel until the 16th century.

          “There are some ratty hyenas and wolves still surviving on the fringes, but Israel has no more big cats. The lion went extinct locally in medieval times. But they were still out and about during the biblical period, according to professors Guy Bar-Oz and Yoram Yom-Tov, authors of a Hebrew book on extinctions in Israel.

          Lions – apparently the Asian variant, not the African one – prowled the Levant until at least the Crusader period. However, according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the last lion in Israel was killed only in the 16th century.”

          In addition to whatever local Asian varieties may have been wandering around, I think the Romans used African lions in their “circenses,” and they had many of their amphitheaters in Israel/Palestine during the time of Jesus, so the people of the NT era would have known of them, and probably would have seen them.

          1. According to the website Rome.us, as many as a million animals were killed in the Roman Colosseum over the many years of its use–not only lions but also rhinos, hippos, giraffes, elephants, bears, crocodiles, ostriches, etc., so people had many opportunities to see living and (temporarily) breathing wild beasts. (BTW, the estimated number of people killed in the Colosseum is around 400,000.)
            More useless trivia: besides Oz, lions and tigers and bears all used to exist in Iran. (Now I guess it’s just bears.)

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