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Woman From Yelling At Cat Meme Gives Him A Call To 'Bury The Hatchet'

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Woman From Yelling At Cat Meme Gives Him A Call To 'Bury The Hatchet'

The woman from the Woman Yells at Cat meme put in a phone call with Smudge the feline to smooth things over. You can check it out here:

Back in 2018, a photo of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Taylor Armstrong yelling at someone while on the show was stuck alongside a snap of an angry-looking white cat called Smudge sat at a table.

And thus, a meme was born.

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Since then it has appeared on just about every corner of the Internet - even picking up the title of Meme of the Year at the Shorty Awards.

Meanwhile, Taylor has managed to see the funny side of the bizarre scenario and has even since put in a call to Smudge to make sure there's no hard feelings.

In a funny clip made to mark the meme's Shorty Awards win, Taylor explained: "Over the last year my anger has lessened, so I've decided it's time to bury the hatchet."

Credit: YouTube/Shorty Awards
Credit: YouTube/Shorty Awards
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She then whips out her phone as the clip cuts to Smudge lying alongside a landline.

Taylor kicks off by saying: "Hey Smudge... no don't hang up. I'm not here to yell.

"Ergh, there's no need to be catty with me. Listen, I know I can be a little dramatic at times, but I actually called to tell you that I wanted to say, I'm sorry for yelling at you all the time.

"No, I haven't had too much milk to drink. And you know I only drink skim - you're the one that can't get off the whole stuff.

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"No, you're right, I didn't call to fight. Look Smudge, I just wanted to call to say I'm sorry - I'm sorry for everything and I just wanted to put this behind us once and for all.

"Good. I'm glad we could bury the hatchet after a tough year... oh, the laser pointer is back on your wall? You should try and catch it. You're definitely going to get it this time. Take care Smudge."

Credit: YouTube/Shorty Awards
Credit: YouTube/Shorty Awards

Smudge's owner Miranda Stillabower has been blown away by her pet's viral fame, but puts the meme's popularity down to the fact that it's very 'versatile'.

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Speaking to Business Insider, Stillabower said: "I think people like the meme so much because of how versatile it is.

"You can use it for almost any scenario you could think of. Also, Smudge's face is pretty relatable in general."

She also revealed Smudge 'gets upset' if he doesn't have his own seat at the table, which explains why he came to be sat in front of a plate of salad.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Viral, Meme

Claire Reid
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