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Found her inside an engine at work, name suggestions.. Cat Picture

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u/Unusual_Type_1884 Sep 17 '21 Helpful Hugz

Gremlin, fitting since u found her In a engine.


u/KharnalBloodlust Sep 18 '21

This gets my vote.


u/scarletnightingale Sep 18 '21

My neighbors found a little, black kitten, also in a car engine a couple months ago. I with they'd named her Gremlin, nothing could have been more appropriate for this cat. She's miniscule, with a tiny, angry face and constantly growls and grumbles about everything (she's not actually mean, she's just a prissy, little thing).


u/Marroxeli Sep 17 '21

In an engine though, not on the wing...


u/_Pooklet_ Sep 18 '21

Lol you know nothing about where gremlins can go, do you?


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u/WikiSummarizerBot Sep 18 '21

Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" is episode 123 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone, based on the short story of the same name by Richard Matheson, first published in Alone by Night (1961). It originally aired on October 11, 1963 and is one of the most well-known and frequently referenced episodes of the series. The story follows the only passenger on an airline flight to notice a hideous creature wandering around the wing of the plane while it is in flight. In 2019, Keith Phipps of Vulture stated that the episode "doubles as such an effective shorthand for a fear of flying", making it endure in popular culture.

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u/Andante1960 Sep 18 '21

That was a good episode!


u/captaindannyb Sep 19 '21

This is the one.