11 December 2004 15:15
Re: Back to normal
EVERYTHING?? Wait a mo while I get my tape recorder...
I can go along with that sentiment.
PS These aren't for a thick head - more a screaming back. Anyway, I'm not "on" dolphins, they just happen natural-like
11 December 2004 16:47
I think you'll need a very well-endowed DVD recorder for that project!
This is why it's so important that sprogs should be properly educated. After all, if they can't spell how will they know whether they are affluent or effluent?
PS. Of course, dolphins happen naturally. You only have to take an eyeball or three to the coastline round here to see them occurring in moments of naturalness (naturalicity?). But why are you suffering from them, we all enjoy them down here.
12 December 2004 17:31
Ah, that could be a bit of a problemette - all my DVDs are more Lowry than Ruebens. Unless, of course, DVD stands for summatelse...? Delightfully Vague Dipso...or Dreadfully Vain Diva...
I think the best I've come across was a (young) medic having written that a patient had a sever headache! Didn't say if it was terminal.
PS Didn't say I was suffering. Doubtless if I was distracted from the discomort of my back by dolphin-watching I wouldn't need any analgesia. Oh, its alright for you living by the sea, all we get on the bayou are otters if we're lucky.
13 December 2004 09:44
Digital Versatile Disc, ashley. What on oeuf are you blathering about? Lowry used to make people out of matchsticks and Reubens was Pee Wee Herman, n'est-ce pas?
I preferred the one Mummsy had in a teachers' booklet of pupils' essay fox paws (because, when you think about it, actually the kid was right): Jesus went down to the Sea of Galilee and said to the disciples, 'Come with me and I will make you vicious old men'!
PS. Couldn't you have freshwater swamp dolphins installed? Most people would love to have a porpoise-built water feature in their garden. Get Alan Twitmarsh on the case.
13 December 2004 10:28
Yes I know that but I thought you on about summatelse. Well you're nearly there. I wasn't sure what a well-endowed DVD recorder would look like as my DVDs are positively anorexic (Lowry) as opposed to well-endowed (Reubens)
PS I've got a water feature, it's called a pond and my frogs (not many princes there, I'm afraid) and newts live in it and the birds bath in it and its all very new and waiting to be stocked with plants and things. Not big enough for a Dolphin but we did manage to keep a stickleback (caught in the Beck) for a couple of years in the previous pond.
13 December 2004 16:23
No, I was just on summatelse. That'll teach me to smoke the contents of the compost heap. I didn't know Reubens was well-endowed. Mind you, as a bleurk that's not the sort of thing I pay much attention to!
PS. How about some freshwater micro-sharks. That would liven things up a bit.
PPS. I thought a stickyback was the condition I suffer from when it's time to get out of bed and go to work.
14 December 2004 18:36
PS Thought they were called dogfish, that would set the cat among the pigeons.
PPS No idea about the condition of your back at getting up time. I know my duvet clings onto me everso tightly...
15 December 2004 15:46
Exactement. You know my vileness and you know my MO.
Nah, they're saltwater fishies too. How about piranhas? They would come as a nasty surprise to CM when he goes dipping for minnows.
Definitely sticky. Although that may be due to the bed being full of empties from the night before!
16 December 2004 18:17
The frogs wouldn't be too happy either.
Sorry about the delay in replying - all change here at the mud hut - spent yesterday having 2 rooms, hall, landing and 2 flights of stairs carpetted. Place in complete turmoil with bits of my 'puter all over the hut. Its all rather minimalist at the mo, hope no one drops in to stay the night as all our stuff is stacked in the guest room. When did Shaun say he was coming to see Lucy? Lots to do to get the place straight, 'still it takes the mind off crimbo, halleluja!
17 December 2004 11:57
Sorry, I'm no good at hmmming (or whistling or singing).
Do piranhas eat frogs? Given the prevalence of batrachians in the Amazon rain forests I'd have thought not.
Again? There can't be an original bit of the shack left by now. You've dug up and re-decorated more than Titchy Alan Marsh and Laurence Llewellyngardencity-Bowenarrow combined.
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