Monday, 6 January 2014

For Sandie

The muddy Brown Hen's new companion. The neurotic and hyperactive Phyllis Diller
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24 comments:

  1. Gorgeous girl :-)

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  2. Ah, I'm sure this delightful looking lady will help the Muddy Brown Hen fatten up and get well again.

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  3. she is a very pretty girl, and very aptly named!!

    I am talking about eyelash perming over on my blog today!!

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  4. Aw thank you John!
    The 'hair' is spot on Phyllis Diller and me most mornings, now that my hair is short again!
    What breed/size is Phyllis?

    Sandie xxx

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  5. strangely she does look like phyllis diller!

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  6. Are you sure someone didn't drop you off a cockatoo on a bleary-eyed morning?

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  7. What a perfect moniker.

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  8. John,

    What a cute looking Phyllis Diller, lol

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  9. I love Phyllis!

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  10. Looks like it's going to be rather entertaining with the newcomer, ha ha ha.

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  11. Very fluffy...like she put her talen in a socket. I feel the same way. Bzzzzzt.

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  12. How lovely. I hope the muddy Brown Hen appreciates her as much as we do.

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  13. I don't know where you get your names from John but Phyllis is absolutely perfect for this hen.

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  14. she is doing the funky chicken strut by the look of it.

    Ive just read 3 paperback in 2 days so she looks like she is covered in cauliflower florets! lol

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  15. I hope they get along famously, John! ♥

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  16. That hen just SCREAMS Phyllis. Wonderful!

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  17. I wish I looked that good.

    Love,
    Janie

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  18. VERY gorgeous! I had a chicken named Phyllis Diller... until she crowed.

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  19. We had a black polish rooster that we named Special Ed (he was neurotic and everyone picked on him) His crested head was so full he never saw anyone until it was too late, he had a distinct disadvantage.

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    1. Yes Kelly, I never let those hens free range
      They can't see any foxes coming

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