Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Twanging Of The Underpants

Well Springtime is here!
It's not the weak sunshine that has heralded the season.
It's not the clumps of miniature daffs in the corner of the garden either
No, it's something ,  just a little more sexually malevolent
that has raised its  phallic head when I was bent over the chicken feed bowls this morning

Yes, Bingley's hormones are back!


Now even when he's twanging the elastic band on a guy's underpants
( one of his favourite stalking pastimes)
He remains ever the gentleman.,....and never pulls too hard

But there IS a noticeable insistence in his stalking behaviour which is characterised 
by constant heaving breathing and predisposition to  24 hour frotting

Like a guy rubbing himself on you on the London Tube
It's all rather unsavoury 

To protect the general public
this warning sign has been dusted off for the summer
Health & safety has even reached a small field in North Wales
I was going to end this post with a quick shot of Albert looking a little brighter
but you will have to settle with one of George looking like a 
little statesman,
Albert was last seen ambling towards next door's bird table
with a determined look upon his face





49 comments:

  1. Surely the sign should read; 'Beware hormonal turkeys... and eccentric owners!'

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    1. Not enough wood!
      Congratulations again daddy- to - be!

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    2. 'not enough wood!'
      *snort*
      yes I am a 12 year old boy

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  2. Looks like spring time. George looks so happy

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  3. If the saying goes that owners resemble their dogs (a bit like you and Winfred) George must have been, once upon a time, on Roosevelt's leash.

    U

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    1. I was thinking the same thing - "george looks like fala!"

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  4. "Well Springtime is here!"

    Uh huh. We're having another snow day. :-\

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  5. where is the closest female turkey? we are about to experience an 80 degree drop in temps. it was 70 degrees yesterday and tomorrow morning will be -10. all the people walking around in shorts and sandals will be shocked!

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    1. He had a mate a year or so ago and suddenly attacked her
      ( he killed her)

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    2. Perhaps he needs a male turkey :)

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  6. Must he remain unsatisfied?
    Gill

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  7. Not many people could post so well about a hormonal turkey!

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  8. That sign is the funniest thing I've ever seen, so random. Hormonal turkey LOL.

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  9. Not enough wood he said(tongue in cheek)....Hope Albert doesn't come home retching bird feathers!

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  10. bingley needs a friend; poor lad.

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    1. See above.... He killed the last one

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  11. I've met a few 'Bingley's' on the tube. Glad Albert is out and about again.

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    1. me too! there seem to be more and more!

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  12. George is very handsome and I am glad to hear that Albert is feeling better.

    Your sign did make me chuckle.

    X x

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  13. Must say that Bingley does have good taste!!

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  14. I'm glad Albeert seems to be back to normal....going to get his own chicken for lunch.

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  15. George's expression looks a little cautious. Is he nervous about the hormonal Bingley sneaking up on him?

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  16. Albert's better then? Nothing like a good fresh bird to perk you up!

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  17. A Turned On Turkey. Awesome.
    I love George, I really do.

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  18. Great photos all around, and even better, Albert is back stalking his prey.

    The turkey flocks i see here are mostly all females so far as i can tell. I did see a male the other day (i noticed his beard), and this morning i smelled a skunk, so spring is coming. After the snowstorm.

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  19. Ther is just so much going on in this post. Good news about Albert; I love the sign. I know that if I ran across it on a walk, my eyebrows would rise and I would have to crane my neck to see if I could witness any hormonal behavior. Does he bother any of the other animals, or are you his special crush?

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    1. Any human will be subjected to a display.... Having said that he was lurking away at the horses in the next field this afternoon

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    2. Ambitious little bugger!

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  20. You obviously watched Miriam Margolyes on Graham Norton, isn't she a hoot?
    Briony
    x

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    1. I thought of her story about the " cock" when Bingley got a beakful

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  21. aw the lovely George

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  22. Glad to hear Albert is better. George is a sweet thing.

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  23. Love the sign..
    Beats my 'Beware of the Pheasant'.

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  24. LOL love the sign "the village must be protected at all costs"

    xox

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  25. Hehe. And a fine day was had by all. :-)

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  26. That neck is an offence to public decency John. George, however, should consider running for mayor of Trelawnyd.

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  27. I love George, totally gorgeous. X

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  28. George looks so perfect it's as if he's a stuffed dog. Doesn't everyone love a hormonal turkey? You go, Bingley. Rock on.

    Love,
    Janie

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  29. You are likely the only person in the entire World who has a sign with that particular wording posted on their property. That one of the things I like about you John, you never hesitate to broach a strange topic. I had no idea Bingley was a murderer! I Think you should get him another chance with a proper mate. If Bingley kills a 2nd time, you could become known as the owner of the World's 1st turkey serial killer. I bet people would line up & pay good money to see a deviant & murderous turkey who stalks his potential victims with hormonal glee. I am beginning to seeing Bingley in a whole new light & it is not a pretty picture.

    Good to hear Albert is up & about. Did he enjoy the chicken? Lovely photo of George. He does look a bit like a public official about to make an a big lie to the public. Although the little pink tongue sticking does detract from his credibility. George never fails to have a touch of anxiety in his eyes. Is he a nervous fellow by nature?

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    1. He always looks slightly worried, but he is , in fact the comic of the pack. Typical of Scottie's , he hates strangers.. But loves people he knows.
      Unfortunately he is the lowest in the house pecking order.
      Even Albert is known to bully him

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  30. I Love Albert ! He reminds me of my Scottie Kirbey so much. What a sweet face ! I am blubbing now. I still miss her.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. We miss them all

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    2. Ps it's George NOT Albert x

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    3. Gosh I know that I am so daft !

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  31. The hormonal turkey sign must raise a few chuckles from passers-by. It's not just hormonal humans who cause embarrassing scenes....

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  32. " Like a guy rubbing himself on you on the London Tube". Which line?

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