Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Titter ye not!

I wanted something amusing to happen today.
Something that would have made me chuckle.
At dawn there were a dozen or so escapee sheep in the back and front garden
That didn't make me laugh
Indeed
I stuck my head back under the duvet , so I didn't have to be the one
to start rounding the stupid buggers up

I cleaned out the hen houses
That didn't make me laugh

I went to the post office and stood in the queue for 23 minutes
That didn't make me laugh either.

I've cleaned windows,
Polished the furniture,
given Phyllis Diller the last of her antibiotics,
bleached the toilet and the kitchen floor,
and 
Not even a smile!

So it was with a sigh
I saw this
It did make me titter!











36 comments:

  1. I was thinking you should have let Winnie or Albert chase the sheep out of the yard. On second thought, perhaps a corgi would be better...

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    1. I think Winnie was on for it!

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  2. I am having a similar day doing similar things although I have not spied any sheep in my yard at all and cleaning out the hen house is still on the to-do list.
    And I thank you for that good smile.

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  3. Never seen a vegetarian Welsh Corgi before, John? Lettuce makes you aggressive - eh?

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  4. My dogs don't like lettuce .... they like carrots, and Rosy can be as aggressive as that if you take her carrot off her :-)

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  5. I don't get it John. I have been through it three times. The drawings are cute. Is there something wrong with me?

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    1. Titter ye not indeed. Have you added something else since I last looked? I can't cope.

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    2. Did you watch the video?

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    3. No, too late, I cant now.

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    4. That answers everything!

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  6. Some days are just like that.
    http://s8.postimg.org/3kq3nsenp/1376366_558765837544457_1457927049_n.jpg

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    1. Shit on the carpet! Welcome to my world

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  7. hahahahahahahaha I love this !
    So funny I just put up one of my Japanese post today too !
    Great or slightly crazed (me) minds on the same wave length.
    Hope the farmer found his sheep or maybe he let them out for a lunch out today.

    cheers, parsnip

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  8. Lettuce consider the fate of a corgi too near the garden. Or the grocer.

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  9. I've been having the same kind of day John and lo and behold...you gave me a chuckle. thanks.

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  10. I need an explanation of the comment you left on my yesterday post and then another on this and Adobe never lets me see anything on your blog anyway
    Am I missing out on something somewhere?? or will I be OK never knowing

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    1. I couldn't quite work out if you are sue or Phil?
      On your blog you sign off sue
      But sign on as Phil on some comments!
      Sorry if I have made it sound more complicated!

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    2. Oh Now I'm even more worried as I am a Sue and have been for 59 years and that bit about about being Phil in comments is even more weird - not me, is someone pinching my identity?. Heck, what next!

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    3. Hi only just seen this. I am Philip. A possible explanation is that I generally access other blogs I am interested from Sue's Frugalinsuffolk blog.

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  11. Not a great temperament. Hope they don't have babies around.

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  12. Never trust a lettuce...or a sheep...

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  13. what a wonderful view

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  14. I would love to wake up with sheep in my yard! I'd keep them.

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  15. That dog won't get spots or rickets, but I'm not sure about the owners.

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  16. Some days it does take a while to find something to smile about.

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  17. Well, I put on my swimsuit and sat outside in the sunshine soaking up Vitamin D for a few hours and started reading Counting My Chickens while I was outside enjoying nature. I sure did need a window washer and a furniture polisher while I lazed away. Fiddle de dee! Well, you sure made me laugh sticking your head under the duvet!

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  18. The sheep on the right looks kind of like a pig. I'm definitely not a farmer girl though.

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  19. Love the dog in the video- dedication to the cause of lettuce destruction! I do love corgis. A neighbour had one and I used to borrow him for a walk. Bit of a strange beast at times, he was very protective when strange men walked past, he got between us and edged me off the pavement out into the road...! Bit unclear on the bodyguarding concept I thought!

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  20. sheep are bloody stupid until it is time to find the one small hole in the fence. then they are Einstein.

    never seen a dog eat lettuce

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  21. Now you can see how they would protect Her Maj if needed.

    Jean x

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  22. Isn't that a cabbage? Funny no matter what :)

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  23. I have never seen a lettuce eating dog.

    Thank you

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  24. A titter a day helps.

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  25. That's awesome. I can't wait to show Dave the lettuce-killing dog! The cartoons really add to the story. :)

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  26. definitely looks like cabbage.




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