Sunday, 5 February 2012

All Together Now


I have just re read my previous post
so I ask all readers to stand up! come on stand up!
and  in a theatrically girly voice everyone throw their hands out wide and   repeat after me loudly"

"out with Anger!"

Now s-l-o-w-l-y draw back your hands back to your bosoms
and say breathlessly

"In with love"

There!!! do you feel better now?


Thought not!
Oh don't you just love irony!


35 comments:

  1. Out with anger, and in with sausages.

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  2. I agree with Tom -Where`s ours ? x

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  3. Bacon for me please, extra crispy.

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  4. Janet you and ann are having a selection pack!

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  5. Chocolate for me please, or Johnny Depp (ooh is that too rude??)

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  6. Awwwww, group hug and a pork tenderloin for me please! :-)

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  7. Ah hun, opinions are like a-holes - everyone has them. Glad you can rise above the trolls with a smile on your chops. (see what I did then?!) ;)

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  8. that was fun...I went by that so fast, was it Calvin and Hobbes? Now I'm laughing like one of those unstable people...Calvin and Hobbes were/are my favorite cartoon of all time (I cried when Bill Watterson stopped creating C and H),so here's a C and H quote for ya..."It's no use! Everybody gets good enemies except me." Now where's my frying bacon aroma (cholesterol probs, no actual bacon please)!

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  9. Haha!

    I would probably feel better if I didn't have a sinus headache.

    Home made chicken soup for me...

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  10. I think your last post was quite restrained.
    But I'm never one to pass up a group hug.

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  11. John, I felt bad for the mistreatment of you...but I tried you advice...in with love.

    Wonder if I will get comments from the anti-abortionists because I ate eggs for breakfasts? Now, that would be fun!!

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  12. Sh*t..
    I just threw my arms out....and remembered I broke my right arm on Thursday...
    Jane x

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  13. out with anger............in with gin!

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  14. Ah, you mean as in 'Ab Fab'? ;)

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  15. Are you sure its not pernicious Aeneimia (totally wrong spelling!)? Reading your posts is like living with Gaz the week before his Jab! xxxxx

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  16. You are just plain naughty.

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  17. Kim - they sell pig's arse-holes (with tail still attached) at my local pet-food supplier, but I've never been able to persuade Her Indoors to try them. DEE-LISH!

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  18. You're something else. I'm for thick bacon sammies.

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  19. Aaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!!

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  20. That's more like!

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  21. Did you say bosoms? Ooh, you are awful....but I like you.

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  22. Listen, instead of all this anger management nonsense could you just send me some of those sausages - I promise to review them on my blog!

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  23. Fuck that; make sausages of the bastards!

    I am jealous; I never get abusive comments...

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  24. EARL GRAY Anger is healthy and a much devalued human instinct. I refute the stupid notion that anger is somehow immature or unnecessary. If I met Adolf Hitler in the street, should I say, "now then Adolf let's talk about your anti-semitism" or should I simply punch the bastard on the snout?

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  25. I love your blog, but haven't posted before now. Last spring I had 3 Muscovy ducks -- two ducks and a drake. Nobody told me what incredibly prolific poultry they are -- we now have over 30 quacking around the place. It's wall-to-wall, very inbred ducks here. They're all sleek, happy, healthy and very fat. They have a two acre pond to paddle around in and free access to all gardens to graze in to their heart's content. Next week ten of them will be leaving in a cage and coming back processed. Am I happy about this? No. I've always felt that my roll with my animals is to care for them forever. Killing them throws me for a loop. But logic tells me that eating these ducks makes sense. They've had a lovely life here -- and they will be tasty in death. At least I hope they will be. It seems that if one is to be a non-hypocritical meat-eater, one must be able to look one's meal in the face and say, "Thank you." But that's just me...

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  26. To your previous post, I was going to post: "Amen." but after 74 comments or so, I thought it would probably be a bit redundant.

    But now...

    Breath in, breathe out.

    Let it go...

    Your posts are a bit of fresh air in my bloggy existence.

    Thank you.

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  27. It's enough to make a Rabbi turn.

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  28. irony?
    its my middle name
    x

    ps your 5 deserting followers could always come to me...nice Jewish girl, wouldn't dream of touching a pork sausage (?!)

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  29. Bravo on the last 2 posts!!! You should feel free to sport as much sausage on your blog as you see fit!!!

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  30. I started laughing as i drew my hands back. So, um, yes, actually, i DO feel better!

    megan

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