Saturday, 6 February 2016

Thin lips


Mrs Trellis was a bit thin lipped when I bumped into her on a very soggy Marian lane.
By some mistake two of her answerphone messages had not reached me last Wednesday when she needed a lift from the garage.
I had asked her to ring, so it was my fault.......oh dear!
Hey ho....working later!

31 comments:

  1. Shame, isn't it, how the innocent get blamed for an other's shortcomings.

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  2. Doesn't your 'phone flash when there's a 1571 message on it assuming it was your landline you asked her to ring? I've had that look in your pic all week. My boss flounces off to the Seychelles leaving a squad of painters/decorators in situ and only me to clean up after them! I was not amused!

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  3. You hexed my day with your post yesterday, so I shall return the favour by hoping your shift goes well today.

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  4. we all have something like that happen sooner or later, all we can say is, Sorry, (poo happens.)

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  5. Beware! Even as I write Mrs Trellis is probably stirring her cauldron, preparing to put a hex on you.
    Eye of newt and tongue of ewe
    Bring to Gray the Spanish flu... (sound of cackling)

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  6. bake her something nice and take it round with an apology. also check the volume setting on your phone.

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  7. change your phone number. blame the phone company.or tell her you were home and the phone never rang.. make her think it is all her fault.
    after you tell her how you stayed home and waited for her call, she will apologize to you for the inconvenience and bake you a cake.

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  8. I hate those repetitive moving images that people put up as headers, but I don't suppose that bothers you. Anyway, it looks like Bill Nighy in drag.

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  9. A little mistake often leads to a big apology.

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  10. Begging forgiveness might help, make sure your lower lip trembles if you do.

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  11. Did you ever figure out what happened with the messages? Guess I'd be bent too, after being told to call if I needed a ride, and was ignored. Is your machine messed up or ?

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  12. That image is creepy. Have you seen the season of American Horror Story that it's from? It's a good one.

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  13. Well, she won't ask you next time so that's a win.

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  14. Her next poem may be a tad cutting.

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  15. Thin lips has got a tic. She is a great image.

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  16. Oh dear John - that accusing look and that sniff every other second. No wonder you feel guilty.

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  17. Don't let her see you driving around, any time soon.

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  18. I hope 'thin lips' didn't give you a thick ear!!!

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  19. This cheered me up .... glad it is not just me which technology plays a merry game with. x

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  20. Thin lips are known in this household as either 'lemon lips' or a mouth like a cat's bum. Hopefully she will recover.

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  21. She doesn't look happy does she? Better leave the country for a while, John !

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  22. Oh dear. This happens to me a lot. Missing cell phone messages, that is. As yet, it hasn't been anyone needing a ride, though!

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  23. Oh dear. Mistakes happen.

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  24. I wish I had a Mrs. Trellis as my neighbor...I think my life would be a bit more rich....

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  25. Hey, good to see that you are human too, John!

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  26. I thought you were doing a post about American Horror Story when I saw the lovely maid. My favourite television programme .... so much better than bog standard zombies ;-)

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