We’re pretty sure that you feel like your government owes you a lot, especially after you have seen just how much they spend on war. So it is not unnatural to get excited when a body of the government, the US government nonetheless, sends out a party invitation. What was the party about? A cat pajama-jam, courtesy of the US Embassy.
It’s not just your ordinary cat pajama party either, this one looks all out, with the poster cat even wearing a Cookie Monster outfit from Sesame Street and holding a plate of cookies. This is as real as it gets. It is quite unusual since most embassies are uptight and even restrictive about their policies. Apparently, the invitation originated from the US Embassy in Canberra, Australia. Here’s the pic that went with the email:
It seems too good to be true, even though nobody knows what it really is about. For all we know, it could even be an obscure orgy party… But it wasn’t. Turns out, it was just a mistake. It wasn’t even a cat pajama party, to begin with. What everyone thought to be a refreshing change of pace for a government office was just a “training error.” The officials even issued an apology.
“Sorry to disappoint those of you who were hoping to attend this ‘cat pajama-jam’ party, but such an event falls well outside our area of expertise. It was a training error made by one of our new staff testing out our email newsletter platform,” says US Mission to Australia public affairs counselor Gavin Sundwall. No cats. No pajamas. No parties. Never trust your government folks.