Saturday, 2 June 2018

Just Before Bed






All the neighbour's lights have come on .

Walked bulldog in bare feet for last walk of the night. Stepped on frog

Frog screamed

I screamed even louder

Bulldog then swallowed frog

I then screamed again

Off to lie down in a darkened room

49 comments:

  1. .... and await the return of the regurgitated frog.

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    1. She's licking her lips a lot now...I feel a hurl is in order

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  2. That is just what I would have done.

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    1. It was truly horrific blood and guts and bits of small frog everywhere

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    2. OMG, no, I would have had a heart attack!

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    3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy6uLfermPU

      crunchy frog anyone?

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  3. Ack. I don't know what would have upset me more. Ok, yes I do. Winnie swallowing the stepped on frog.

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    1. She's on a diet , so she's hungry

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  4. Ribbit.....ribbit
    Nighty night.

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  5. Well. What can I say besides, "Sweet dreams!" ?

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  6. Just stop thinking about it. :-)

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    1. I can't ........I can't ... the horror ...the horror

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  7. Lucky you to have frogs in your garden! Sign of a healthy habitat isn't it?

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    1. We live in the country x

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  8. Slippery little sucker! Probably just a jelly bean to Winnie. You'll be re living that dastardly death all night.

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    1. Presently I am in bed with Mary.
      Winnie is lying on the couch ..I'm waiting to hear the vomit sounds

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  9. Eww...bulldog breath...I'd have screamed too.

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  10. She had a frog in her throat...

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  11. Frog breath must be worse than bulldog breath. Makes sense Winnie isn't the one in the bed with you.

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  12. Haha! She’s so quick, not letting that tasty morsel go to waste. Pity you’ll probably have to deal with again later...How to explain to the neighbours tomorrow the girlish squeals?

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  13. No wonder I couldn't choose a favourite post John, (except your wedding!) you have me in stitches again this morning!

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  14. Winnie sacrificed her tummy to save you from that mean ol' frog! Good girl, go hurl!

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  15. Dear god, a frog? I can understand how this would bother you so much. Please tell me this is unusual for Winnie. -Jenn

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  16. Stephenson beat me to it. Can't you ban him?

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  17. This is going to haunt me for the rest of the day now. I need distractions, distractions, distractions......

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  18. OMG !
    wahahahahahahahahaha

    cheers, parsnip

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  19. Anonymous6:13 am

    Beware - if Winnie starts to croak this means that the frog has cast an evil spell in an act of revenge. Love is the only way.. to break this spell by Winnie having a long lingering kiss by one of her beloved workmen...

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  20. Rick pounced on a toad in the garden last night. He just gave it a kiss but it didn't turn into a princess.

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  21. Frogs really do scream... It is a terrifying sound.... good job you weren't in the graveyard. That would really have set the scene nicely

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    1. Yes, they do [scream]. It's horrible. I loved my two cats but there were times ... I could have done without tokens of their affection put at my feet.

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  22. Will you go and explain the screams to your neighbours ? None of them came out to see what was happening ? Perhaps they knew it was you and Winnie !

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  23. Something tells me that this incident might come back to haunt you, but hoping Winnie suffers no ill effects from her late night snack.

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  24. Did Winnie have a frog in her throat?

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  25. Are you sure that it wasn't a nightmare?

    Bulldog + frog = Bullfrog!

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  26. That would give me nightmares. It's a good thing Winnie is so lovable. This truly tests the limits.

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  27. Is there no risk around your way of dog pooh somebody has neglected to clean up? Daren't go out here with bare feet. Hope this photograph was taken before she swallowed the frog.

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  28. Hope you and Winnie have recovered and all is well.

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  29. One of the sounds of the great unknown to many people I believe, the sound of a frog screaming. It is a most terrifying noise.

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  30. Sorry, I laughed. I hope you are feeling better after that experience. I wonder what the Prof said about your latest escapade.

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  31. Let’s hope the frog wasn’t a Prince ?!!!!! XXXX

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  32. Anonymous12:53 pm

    hey ho

    (I missed that bit)
    Elsewhere from Amsterdam

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  33. I hope everyone rested well after that excitement. I would be magic having you as a neighbor.

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  34. I once caught a frog with the lawnmover, the frog screamed, l screamed and ran in the house x

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  35. It is a lovely photo though, for all your troubles.

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  36. LMAO! And that, dear sir, is why I love reading you. Almost spit a mouth full of crackers all over the place here at work.

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