Saturday, 20 September 2014

Cleanliness is next to Godliness

A normal morning at Bwthyn -y-llan........
I was caught washing a very sloppy and stubborn Clingon 
from Meg's arse over the garden wall using a dish cloth and the kitchen washing up bowl


47 comments:

  1. Doesn't she fit in the dish washer?

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  2. Don't you know the proper etiquette? Use the little dish mop on a stick....

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  3. You actually caused my hubby to fall off the couch laughing.

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  4. Hhhmm, that's a problem I don't have with Boxers.

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  5. Head of Infection Control?!

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  6. Ew, dish cloth and washing up bowl?!
    Although I don't know if I may be misremembering, but I'm sure my mother used the dish cloth for cleaning everything, including the toilet!

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  7. Well somebody has to do it, maybe a pressure washer would be faster.

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  8. Contributes to a healthy immune system.
    Jane x

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  9. Oh dear lor' i nearly choked.
    my poor Alfie (a princeling of a mixed breed grrr) gets these A Lot. He is the only family member who uses our posh, posh whirlpool bath (no jets for him tho lol) and he whimpers when I use the shower head!
    I have decided No More Dogs when his time for doggie heaven comes, he is nearly 11 now. You may call me a liar in 10 years.
    xx

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  10. No rubber gloves either. I bet you went right in and made some pie pastry didn't you!

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    1. Best comment! I was already laughing from the post, this comment made me have go get something to drink. :-)

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  11. Your dirty git !! Glad Chris caught you in the act .... I bet he either threw that dishcloth away or made you bleach it to within an inch of it's life :-)

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  12. That was meant to say your A dirty git!!

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  13. Another reason to be an atheist!

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  14. If we hear of some poor unsuspecting driver crashing on that road we'll know why!

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  15. I think I would have worn my marigolds, you can never be too careful about risk of infection.

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  16. Interesting view from that window - not necessarily you and poor dear Meg. I didn't realize your home was so close to the lane. Flowers growing from - what? Almost looks like chimney or roof.

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  17. Our dearly departed Breezy had that problem and we too called them Klingons only we used the Star Trek spelling.

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  18. You are a good dog daddy.

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  19. Hahahahaha!!!!!
    Enjoy your Saturday, John. *hugs* ♥

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  20. We could use you over here. We have all sorts of poo. Tee hee.

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  21. The only Gay dog bottom washer in the village? And what a grand job you did too! xxx

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  22. Presumably you are now getting a new dishcloth out of the drawer and sterilising the bowl well!

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    1. Yes it's all be cleaned pat and I even scrubbed my hands

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  23. Was that before or after you did the breakfast dishes? LOL You know, I used to believe it when you wrote that stuff :)

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    1. The dishcloth has been binned after the event!

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    2. And the washing up bowl? ...

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  24. ...I've given it a quick rinse

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  25. well, it has to be done and you look quite happy. lol
    Briony
    x

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  26. Given the washing up bowl a quick rinse? Really Nurse Gray! You need some doggy wet wipes.

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  27. Oh, for fuck's sake...

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    1. I'm tired of you shouting at Rachel so
      I've decided to take the flack

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  28. Hey dude, it's 2014. Whatever turns you on!

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  29. The indignity! How would you like it if someone blogged a photo of you getting your arse scrubbed? Meg needs a lawyer.

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  30. Oh, and your shed roof needs a bit of attention, I suggest.

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  31. Meg is being very patient about it, a tolerant attitude to the minor indignities of life helps, I find.

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  32. For pity's sake. That's a 15 second read I'll never be refunded the time, and an image that will feel like a bale of hay on a Ukrainian's back on my impressionable mind. .

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    1. Michael.....my work here, is done

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  33. Well at least the rest of your day will probably be better, since it started off pretty stinky. I use baby wipes, lots and lots of baby wipes for our Pomeranian Clingons. Our Pom always tries to be inconspicuous if he has a Clingon, in hopes that we won't notice it.

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    1. Oh I need trust soap and water......and a great deal of scrubbing

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  34. What else would you use ? !

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  35. What no brillo pad and solvo?

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  36. Can't a girl get her arse cleaned these days without the paparazzi sticking their noses in?!

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