Wednesday, 13 April 2016

3am


It's 11.30 am and I have only been up an hour!
I feel muzzy headed and am drinking ginger tea out of my favourite American coffee cup!
( it doesn't feel quite right not having proper coffee)
I was up at 3 am and finished a SAMS shift at 7am, so me and dogs went back to bed for a while.
I woke up realising that Mary now needed a fragrance boosting fanny flannel as she has now synchronised her period with Winnie as many females often do when living together ( or so Gay Gordon told me...and he should know)
Multiple fanny flannels on the go !  ....the Prof will have apoplexy

I was tempted to write a blog about my favourite food (as in  Cro & Rachel's blogs) but couldn't be arsed......there would be too many to choose from on my " favourite side" to make any dramatic impact.

I will leave you with an observation...... At 3ish this morning , I was driving through a rather nice suburb of Rhyl called Rhuddlan and had just passed the roundabout when I spied a man on the grass verge having a poo underneath a tree. 

I will leave you with this troubling image ......

59 comments:

  1. I didn't need that image. Thanks for that.

    You've probably already blogged about this, but is it an option to have the dogs fixed? Wouldn't that stop their periods? Olga is fixed and we haven't dealt with periods at all. I don't think she misses them either!

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  2. Nothing against menstruating pups, fanny flannels or ginger tea but i think i'll go read about favourite foods
    xo

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  3. eh, your fave food is a scotch egg. just don't "borrow" the prof's undies for mary and winnie.

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  4. Reading this is in the middle of having lunch. I must now hasten away before I can eat another mouthful. Vx

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  5. John I have a qwestion, is there a reason you don't have the girls fixed so they don't go in to heat? It is my understanding fixing them also helps to keep them healthy as they age.

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  6. John I have a qwestion, is there a reason you don't have the girls fixed so they don't go in to heat? It is my understanding fixing them also helps to keep them healthy as they age.

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  7. I see the fanny flannel in the ad can shared.

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    1. Why don't you fit her with a Lil-let?

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    2. Winnie is too old and a general anaesthetic is dangerous for bulldogs to go through....
      We aim to let Mary have one set of puppies when around 2 then she will be spayed

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    3. I only said a lil-let not a bloody vasectomy ..

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    4. Lil-ets for dogs- omfg hehehehe

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  9. ugggggh! I really doubt that Fanny Flannels wipe the vagina (pet peeve of mine, people using
    'vagina' as a catch-all word!!)

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    1. Ah yes, labia, vulva, vagina and various other confusing bits and pieces in around there... it can be important to pay attention to the fine geographical details (I have been told).

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    2. There's only one bit you need to know the whereabouts of and that's the clit Andrew.

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    3. I do know of it but tend to call it by its full name out of politeness; but then there is a G spot to consider as well, some claim. A satnav might help, but I am generally just thankful to be undertaking the journey, frankly.

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    4. Omg i have unleashed monsters

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    5. Carol, Me and Rachel? Monsters? How kind.

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    6. It takes one to know one.....

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  10. John just delights in grossing us out!!!!! Esp. since most of us are female. Its the theatrical shock value.

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  11. And I bet he didn't use a poo bag to clear it up either...

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  12. A poo under the stars....it could be worse..

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    1. Pleasant, possibly, for the poo-er, but really there are the rest of us to be considered. Although that's clearly not on the mind of one involved in such goings-on. Perhaps nature called and he had no choice...

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  13. I witnessed similar one frosty morning walking through town to work many years ago, its was a workman and he had just finished the job in a large planter...its was the steaming I found most disturbing.

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    1. Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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    2. Well, you know what they say -"When you gotta go, you gotta go" !

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  14. How quickly we forget John Gray! March 10th you were observed - "I was at the furthest point away from home when I had the urge shall we say and knowing that only so much buttock clenching would be effective short term , I weighed up my options.
    There were none, well none other than to jump the nearest gate and disappear behind a hedgerow, so I am ashamed to say that in Farmer Basil's field on top of the Gop I picked a suitable sunny spot to "contemplate things"

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  15. I suppose when you write daily in your blog, you need such observances in order to write anything at all.
    I never see such things, which is probably why a week or more often transpires between posts on my own blog . . . Must get out more . . .

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  16. It was probably the groundskeeper at the castle, couldn't be arsed going back up the hill...
    ~jo

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  17. Feeling a bit of a stinker today?

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  18. You live in a different world, Unless you are planning a family, maybe it is time for the young-one to visit the vet.

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  19. Well, it was 3.00 am for goodness sake!

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  20. So much to comment on but I am speechless!

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  21. I am not passing any comment on the fanny flannel !! xx

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  22. The first house I owned backed on to a factory. I was up doing a night feed and saw a bloke climb the gate, drop his pants, take a dump and wipe his arse with his chip paper. Judging from the way he toppled over the gate and staggered about I'd say he'd had a skinful!

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  23. Isn't this just to explain to an American audience how to correctly use the word 'fanny'? x

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  24. I thought that Rhuddlan was a Welsh pop singer. Didn't he appear in Britain's Got Talent, The X Factor or something like that? As for the fellow who defecated on the verge, I wonder how he wiped his dirty bottom and where on earth would he have washed and dried his hands? It wasn't Rhuddlan Roberts was it?

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  25. Oh my God John I'm glad I have a male dog and I won't even begin to tell you what I saw men doing under trees in Egypt when I was a young gal travelling....

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  26. When I read your last sentence, I thought for a horrible moment that you were going to post a photograph!

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    1. Don't encourage him - he's bad enough as it is !!!

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  27. "ones" is clearly too restrictive in that definition, as your wider use clearly demonstrates. Maybe "anyone's" in your case?

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    1. You are alive andrew!

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    2. Apparently. Clinging on. I believe I may generally be referred to as a "lurker" these days, as in one who reads without commenting, but while often smiling, sometimes grimacing, occasionally sadly shaking my head.

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  28. I've read that women who spend a lot of time together will end up with synchronized periods. Not something I've experienced. Can you imagine a lot of women who have PMS at the same time? It wouldn't be pretty.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. It happens in nunneries, apparently. If anyone ever plans to visit a nunnery they should schedule with care. Not a place I have ever felt the need to visit, however. I did visit a girls' dorm in an education establishment once though, and now I am wondering if I can finally explain why it did not go quite as well as I had hoped.

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    2. It's absolutely true that womens' cycles align when they spend a lot of time together. It happened at every job I've had.

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    3. It's absolutely true that womens' cycles align when they spend a lot of time together. It happened at every job I've had.

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    4. It is indeed true that when women live together their periods occur at the same time . I have lived this truth ..... And survived .......

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    5. Good grief Jennifer. Do any poor men ever have to attend predominantly female meetings at the full moon of the cycle? Just having my daughter to visit us at the wrong phase is bad enough. Us men, of course, are unbearable every day of every month (It's our hormones),

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  29. I hope it wasn't the Sainsbury's roundabout, I won't be looking out for that particular landmark when I go by ;-)

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  30. You have the most entertaining comment threads. :)

    I totally get the spaying thing now, especially given Winnie's age. My dad raised bulldogs so I remember that about their sensitivity to anesthesia.

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