What is the history of patty cake polka?
The history of the Patty Cake Polka goes back to the 19th century. It is a folk dance, that incorporates many of the movements associated with the children's Patty Cake game.
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She was angry with him because Roger (her husband) was really hurt because Eddie took pictures of her playing "patty cake" with the creator of Toontown. Some debate that this so called game of patty cake was sexual or that Roger was being overly dramatic/hurt. No one knows because we never see them do it... we only heard.
I doubt it. Cats are natural hunters. They are reactionary. They will try to capture things that move in their field of view. Even though the cat may eventually be able to articulate down to its toes, it would doubtfully comprehend a concept of the nature "Patty Cake". The limb participation involved requires shared anticipatory actions that I doubt the animal would understand or care to.