Marie
Meaning of 'micey-wicey' Hi, Does ´micey-wicey' mean 'indulgent in the text below? And for understanding the text better you should know that 'lump of fur' and 'Misses Kisses' refers to the cat of the story. “One too many micey-wicey, have we?” chortled Mrs. Gray. She sat down heavily and picked up the overweight lump of fur, who immediately began batting her fluffy orange tail at the bag of Cheetos while kneading her claws deep into the fabric of the armrest. Who did he think he was anyway? A cheetah wearing SUNGLASSES? Misses Kisses hissed.
Oct 1, 2019 11:11 PM
Answers · 2
If it's a cat, then 'micey-wicey' is just baby talk for 'mice'. She is suggesting the cat has overeaten.
October 1, 2019
It seems like this lady is teasing or chiding her cat for eating too many mice.
October 2, 2019
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