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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by UserABC2021, Apr 24, 2019.
I could do that couldn't I?
A brilliant painting. Very imposing and dramatic @Muddy Cyclist
Great clouds and not overpowered by the fence. Dentists - soon be on click and collect pity about the wine but you can lay it down to mature until next week.
Just been messing on with Zen speed painting on lining paper and managed to get a portrait of the whole Government Cabinet.
You should have put butter on his paws!
Should be hung in the National Portrait Galery, excellent.
In telephone consultation the Dentist did say "this is the last lot of antibiotics, next time I'm pulling it out." Now that should be interesting over the telephone.
Wine lying down temptingly but I shall resist until the 9th October.
yes John, mine often goes down after breakfast
Hate to be pedantic, but. That looks nothing like a horse's rear end ..
Nice... male hen + womble.
What the whole cabinet surely not.
Have you not seen Spartacus ?
Much better idea
That's Dominic Cummins!
You'll require Anypenny, Cockylocky and more hens to get a full cabinet!
But don't the feathers stick in the gullet?
Oh I don't know!
Transducers have come a long way since John and I studied electrical engineering!
But as half expected and desperately hoped for he turned up a bit before dinner time.
OFC it would be completely unfair, not to mention unkind to immediately grab him and force feed with antibiotics.
So snack as reward for returning, and about 90 mins later, the dreaded pink towel, antibiotics and more substantial meal.
interestingly, to me anyway, he has claimed a space in the utility room as his. Lol its where MrSlim usually puts his work boots. Seems a good idea to encourage it as he will soon be required to be a motorhome cat.
You're not a B of E economist are you? “the economics of Chicken Licken” as Andy Haldane so neatly described it.
Sorry Ian, I can get tiresome.
It is best in the spring when all the migrants and birds are singing and coming into Suffolk.
It used to be North Norfolk in the autumn for the fall of migrants from Europe,
Wells Woods were a good place and Titchwell rspb for waders.
At c.300 miles it is a long journey.
Definitely not tiresome. Wells Woods as in Wells Next The Sea? Charming place and area.