Friday, 2 November 2012

Poncho

I am changing my image
A poncho on the field?
waddu think?

30 comments:

  1. Only if it's a vintage crocheted one dahhhling! ;)

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    1. you design it ...I will wear it

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  2. It will need to be waterproof. Like one of those old policeman's capes maybe?

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  3. Hmm... I wonder what the hens will think of that?

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  4. John, you could rock this look!

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  5. I'm not sure about the poncho, but the crossbow (as pictured) might sure come in handy. After all, shotguns are "for pussies", as you always used to tell me when we worked on that ranch up in Idaho. Or was it Iowa? Or Indiana? I dunno, but it began with an "I".

    Nx

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  6. Nooooo! Don't do it! Unless you WANT to look like a Seventies hippie.

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    1. They sell them on the market, here in Glastonbury LOL

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  7. Raawwwwwrrrrrr!!!!!

    But I'm still dealing with the image of you and William's anal glands.

    Cindy Bee

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  8. Do 'Barbour' make Ponchos?

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  9. yes, that would be a good move- then instead of teastains down the front you could just dip it straight in the mug...

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  10. Yes absolutely, it would be so YOU!
    Besides, ponchos are very useful for doing things underneath without others knowing exactly WHAT you're doing - or so I've heard.

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  11. yes do but a waxed one for the rain.... and the crossbow for Fox Patrol... great look & no one in a four wheel drive is going to mess with you aiming that thing !

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  12. If anyone can pull such a look off it is both Daryl and you.

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  13. Careful what you wish for.....you've got some serious crocheters on here!!

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  14. Well, it would give your neighbours something new to talk about!

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  15. I wouldn't laugh at you if you were pointing a crossbow at me, so go ahead.

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  16. As long as you are not finishing off the look with Crocs (and socks), I'd say it's a go.

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  17. Never wear loose dangly clothing in a farm setting John lol.

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  18. I'm sure one of your lady followers could knit you one. Or crochet one with those multi coloured "granny squares" and fringed hem, like we had in the 70's!!

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  19. Yes! Spun and woven from the fleece of your Soay sheep!

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  20. If you do decide on wearing one, make sure it's not too long. You don't need the fringe laying on your hands if you are reaching up or out trying to use your hands.

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  21. I've just bought the first series of Walking Dead on your recommendation. Watched the first three and loving it so far! I think I'd be a survivor!

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    1. kev the third series willblow your mind!

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  22. Yes, poncho it should be...one of those plastic ones to keep the rain off...

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    1. a plastic poncho is not exactly KICK ASS!

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  23. Maybe a western hat and a thin stogie, like Eastwood wears in the spaghetti westerns. Why not kill 2 bird with one stone?

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    1. mike I kind of see myself as a fatter daryl dixon rather than a man with no name!

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