Monday, 30 June 2014

Flower Beds & Zombies

 I just wanted to add to today's post by memorializing  the hard work carried out by  the village Conservation group this morning. Flower Beds have been dug and laid out. Planters filled

 And lavender borders laid out along the village green paths.
And as usual the majority of the village will take all this effort
totally for granted


Anyhow
I am typing this on " badger watch" by the field gate.

I am standing with a hoe in my hand
( no dirty jokes please)
Whist playing my favourite " into the dead" zombie video game
I an reliably told by the makers
I am now ranked an impressive 695th in the GLOBAL
YES I SAID GLOBAL RANKING!


I am a sad fucker



40 comments:

  1. Do we call you Daryl now then?

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    1. I've based my persona on carol

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  2. I bought a wind up lantern ready for the zombie apocalypse so I would say I'm a little bit sad as well. Could run in the family eh Bro? lol x

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    1. I would survive.....I am learning to shoot soon!

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  3. Aye ... but you're a high rating sad fucker ;-)

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    1. That made me lol Sue!

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    2. I know sue...I just can't help myself

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    3. But there are 694 sad fuckers ahead of him. But we don't love them, so there.

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  4. If you're a sad fucker, then I don't know what in the hell I am because I think you're great and excellent and outstanding in your field (yes, the last one is an attempt at a pun).

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. We had a row on Sunday because I was playing kill zombies instead of sitting down for roast chicken!

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    2. That would be a row at my house, too, and children would lose their electronic gizmos. Not that they have any left to lose.

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    3. I didn't allow Nintendo in our house when the kids were young. They thank me for it now.

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  5. Ah but should the undead come shambling upon a Welsh Ukrainian village you will be well trained to survive that particular apocalypse. You might want to rethink the hoe though - unless it's well sharpened. Hope your guys and dolls survive the night. :-)

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    1. My hoe could take the head off an undead body at fifteen feet!

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  6. Yes John, you are!
    Any luck with the badger?

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    1. All animals safely locked away this evening

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  7. I recently began playing The Walking Dead, Season One. I think you might enjoy it.

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  8. Love the gardens - and good luck on the Badger watch. Imagine the havok that zombie Badgers could do...

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    1. At least I would be allowed to kill them

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  9. 812th in the WHOLE WORLD! Oo-er!

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  10. Those lavender plants will look and smell glorious when they come into bloom next year. Lots of work gone into all that planting. Interested to know what you're going to do with that hoe if you do see the badger! Mind you I could have done with it myself this morning when I had my first run in with a yummy-mummy (read snotty cow)in a mahoosive black and shiny Range Rover - I totally get what you were talking about the other week!x

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  11. I'm even sadder.......don't know what you're talking about except I do know what a zombie is supposed to be! Did enjoy watching 'Shaun of the Dead though.
    Badgers beware, the deadly hoe is waiting for you..........
    Watch out though John, badgers can be very aggressive, especially with their young ones around.

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  12. beautiful flowers in the village!

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  13. This weekend for the 4th of July amc is celebrating by showing us a Walking Dead marathon! I'm so ready for that!

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  14. 2nd grade musical. First kid arrives on stage:

    "I'm a hoe!" only three people laughed. I was one of them.

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    1. I would like to get drunk with you Susie

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  15. Haha. That is great, John. Congratulations! :-)

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  16. 694 people who are sadder than you?

    Now that is a scary thought.

    Hope they don't all get together some day.

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  17. Congratulations on your global ranking. Now keep playing, or someone will pass you.

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  18. For crying out loud....there are 695 of you zombie lovers?!
    Jane x

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  19. You make me laugh.

    Great flowers. Wish it looked that good around here.

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  20. Blow the last post for me too, as I climb up to dizzy heights on Lexulous and slide down and get hooked again and can't tell anybody about it as they don't give a rat's arse.

    Maybe you do. I can care about Zombie scores if you like.\

    XO
    WWW

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  21. Here we have municipally mown grass, and municipally planted trees, but not a single flower.

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  22. I would appreciate the flowers especially the lavender ... but I look at things - no gamey things for me !

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  23. Great work with the planting. That lavender will look stonking when it comes into bloom. Had my first run-in with a yummy-mummy (read snotty cow) yesterday at the petrol station. I must say, they do give the impression that their big,black,shiny Range Rovers give them an elevated status over the rest of us who may only drive little grey Polos! I soon put her right though. Have a good week and thanks ever so for popping over to mine. x

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  24. how do I not know about this game? how many days till the next season?

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