Sunday, 30 December 2012

Sylvia versus The Crackhead Whores: a mini drama


Sylvia spies some extra corn left for the crackhead whores and creeps forward

The crackheads group to fend off the interloper


After two minutes of posturing horns overwhelm beaks


28 comments:

  1. I'm new to your blog (I found you yesterday) and having trawled back through the history, I can say I love what you post. So thanks for cheering me up on a glum, rainy day and for making me want to get back out into my garden to Do Things. Health and Happiness to you and yours....

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    1. Welcome Nell
      Nice to have you along for the ride

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    2. He might be Naughty Neil but I'm Nasty Neil!

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  2. Horns will win every time, and looks like Sylvia is getting her confidence! Lovely photos. Are these taken with your new gadget?

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  3. Yes Vera, it's the iPad.....but the bloody thing doesn't organise blogger posts too well

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  4. Your new iPad takes blooming good photos. The crackheads are looking healthy even if they did miss out on the extra corn. Should be laying again soon.

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  5. The hens are looking good now.

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  6. That should have been videoed with Welsh voiceovers!
    Jane x

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  7. Yes, horns always trump beaks !
    She stands her ground well.
    ~Jo

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  8. You were there with a camera - whatever it's new fangled name. Good sequence (as well as improved picture quality) :-)

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  9. Epic! Can you do it in 3-D?

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  10. Please, please. Don't leave the iPad in the chicken house.... Jx

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  11. Sylvia is a very pretty ewe!

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  12. That was a cute mini-drama!

    The whores are no match for Sylvia! :D

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  13. "What are ewe doing here!!!"
    "Oh, we see."

    Sorry, couldn't resist.

    Have I mentioned the sheep who watch clips on ewe tube.

    OK, I'm through..for now.

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  14. love everyone's comments all very witty.

    Gill in Canada

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  15. A story in pictures! Fun! My little dog always lost to my chooks. They would peck her on the top of her head.

    You are going to have lots of fun with that thing. It's only just begun.

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  16. PS, I always seem to be opposite 'Zombie charm' when writing my comment. And I always thought the baby had a huge deformed lump on its head, but suddenly I see it's his shoulder.
    I wonder if it's a Good Omen for my new year...

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  17. And that's why they're called chickens!

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  18. Haha. Poor chickens. They'll just have to earn their feed for the day.
    Great photos, John!

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  19. Yes, the horns do win every time! lol But, the ladies look lovely!

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  20. Christ Almighty - it's like a plot from "Emmerdale"!

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  21. Splendid drama John. Happy new year to yoU and yours x

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  22. Discretion is the better part of valor! Your little crackheads are very wise.

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  23. Is this the bucolic version of 'Sail before Steam'?

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  24. Who needs TV when all the drama and intrigue is in your backyard?

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  25. What a sheep will do for a mouthful of muddy corn.

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