Sunday, 14 October 2012

Welcome Back Mr Dixon

My Previous disaster post has depressed me somewhat, so I will endeavour to cheer myself up by celebrating the return of The Walking Dead,, scheduled for UK showing  on Friday!
(This evening in the US)
Surprisingly enough The Walking Dead cast are the only people on earth that dress as badly than I do!

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  1. He looks like my cousin John used to ....except my cousin scrubbed up better.
    Jane x

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  2. Why is it always the Walking Dead? It's never the "Sitting Dead" or the "Very Unwell Who Bake Cakes & Deliver Them"? What about "The Unicycle-Riding Dead" or the "Dead Who Play Violins Poorly but Incessantly"? Come on guys, exercise the old grey cells a bit!

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  3. The Mincing Dead?
    The slightly upset dead?
    The Conservative party dead?
    I could go on

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    1. The Stumbling Dead would be more like it!

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  4. more badly?... come on John... the Bad Grammar Dead

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    1. more badly!
      yes that's dreadful!!!
      but what the hell!

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  5. Badly dressed but still covered in shit! And no rats to blame either Mr Gray.

    Like you, can't wait for the new season.x

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  6. Do you rent them their casting clothes ... your new sideline? Ha !

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  7. And me! I've got The Walking Dead look!!
    Unfortunately for me we haven't got Sky so I can't see season 3, grrrrrr.....

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  8. I'm so excited! It's about bloody time!

    Hannah

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    1. oh yes.... I am need of a bit of zombie chic and redneck sex appeal!

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  9. John, you make my day. xxxxx

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  10. New season of Homeland started last night - very, very entertaining! Plot has more twists in it than an eight strand wire rope that you can only view from the producer's perspective.

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    1. John
      I am a fan of Damian lewis and claire danes but I have not watched this show as yet

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  11. You make my day too John...I was smiling away today in my worse than bag lady clothes as I raked leaves then waxed the car, glad that no one pulled up in the drive to see the stains on my shirt...tonight I'll be watching The Walking Dead and Dexter...

    wishing I had that skin and bones look of the zombies...

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    1. kelley
      let me know what happens!

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    2. don't even blink during this episode...so many close calls, the prison yard scenes are the BEST...then there was an ad for a zombie obstacle course...you have something perfect to look forward to...

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  12. Husband and oldest son have just done a beer and doritos run. I've been told to expect no help after dinner tonight as they are getting ready for it.

    Number two son is Greece. Which is a good thing, because his father and brother are invading his room to watch his big screen TV.

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  13. Well I wore my ordinary clothes to appear in the kids' zombie movie. I made sure I was wearing my good jeans but I guess it's a matter of opinion whether I dress badly.
    By the way, I tried to persuade them to bring you over to guest star...

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  14. Woohoo! looking forward to the return of the zombies tonight!

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  15. you may dress alike but do you carry a crossbow ? would be very handy if you saw a fox - assuming you could shoot the bloody thing - maybe throw the arrows at the fox.

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  16. O Zombie chic, is that what it is. OK, that's my excuse from now on ;-)
    It's so grey here, it's almost dark.
    Hope you have a straight forward (ish) day x

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  17. We have waited long enough and am thrilled it is back. Watched it last night. I'll not tell any tales of what I saw. 666 Park Avenue is a new one we just started watching. Interesting.

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  18. Ok John,
    Forgive me for not reading this post, or your last few. I've been gone, and while gone,we lost our Welsh Terrier. The one I commented about cleaning up his colorful vomit at 6:00 a.m. the other morning. I'm heartbroken, and would have sent you an e-mail but couldn't find it, rather than post this in your comments. Please, how do you get over it? I'm the one that was home with him all day long, like you. I'm the one he drove crazy. And I'm the one crying like a baby since I got up today. I'm a mess. Any advice?

    Cindy Bee

    PS - I was reading some of your posts out loud to my husband the other day, and he said, "Oh my gosh, this guy kind of looks like me." I never realized it, but you do.

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    1. I have just e mailed you.
      I lost my first Welsh Terrier finlay a few years ago
      It was the end of my world
      x

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  19. I'm having problems getting e-mails today but I did see the comment on my blog. Thank you. Others have appreciated the poem too. I saw where you lost Finlay which is why I contacted you. Anyone that gives his heart to as many animals as you do, would have to understand! We lost an airedale, and now a Welsh, not to mention our sweet kittie we had for 14 years. I just want my rowdy house back. Whodathunkit? Oh yeah, when Winston ran, he smiled, just like your William.

    Cindy Bee

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  20. I hope you enjoyed the premier as much as we did. We weren't expecting that zombies guards face to ... blech ... when the mask was removed. We groaned loud enough for the neighbors below to hear us.

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    1. Greg, it airs here on Friday!

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