Monday, 6 February 2012

A little holiday in Wales

Number 72 was full of optimism when he arrived at Trelawnyd....

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  1. Haha, Babes big day out! chop chop!

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  2. Haha .....I know that that little piggy will be well looked after on his holidays by John and wont be turned into pork sausages !! ....or, maybe he will and said sausages will be sent off to you and Chris, wrapped in brown paper !! Pass the mustard.

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  3. Oh my...you will be the new target of the anti-sausage tyrant now! :)

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    1. you are an evil man who is the very spawn of an unkempt slattern!
      But I did venture a small titter! x

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  4. Tom...you are a naughty boy........

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  5. Sort of gone off the idea of those sausages now...

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    1. So have I Janet - I think I would choke on John's sausage if he were to give me one now.

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    2. wouldn't YOU be the lucky one!?

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    3. I wouldn't 'touche' his sausage with a barge-pole, Kelly.

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  6. Who's the rancid old slag now, eh?

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  7. You two...the pig wars continue! In a galaxy far far away some body is laughing their roiretsop off and snorting krop through their blow hole in the bottom of their foot!

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  8. I was just in the mood for some "canard à l'orange"!!!

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    1. donna you WIN
      that's the best line on blogland EVER!!!!

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    2. darn, Esther Rantzen. Boom, Boom!

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    3. I know I am being thick, but I don't understand - please explain?!

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    4. "that's life", from Wiki:
      Alongside their serious reports, however, the show still maintained more lighthearted features such as talented pets, including Prince, the talking dog, who said "sausages"


      It was all a long time ago..

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    5. I know about the talking dog, but that cannot be the joke, surely?

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  10. Now, now, boys ...... LOL!

    Well done Tom. I doubt if we will ever see another pig at the Trelawnyd "Sanctuary".

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  11. Who will be the guest of honour at the Trelawnyd Barbecue and Roast?

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  12. AND I have gained two followers for the price of one - welcome Mo and Steve.

    I was going to put up another post this morning, but this one's going to trot and trot, so I leave it be for the time being.

    Q: What do you give a pig that has bruised itself?

    A: 'Oinkment'.

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    1. And along those lines...

      I was in a restaurant next to a group of English and French kids once, and they were comparing various national ways of the way animals are supposed to talk - i.e. the English "Cockadoodledo!" which made the French kids wet themselves with laughter.

      One of the French kids asked what a pig says in English when you hurt it, and an English boy said "Ouch".

      If he had said 'oink', just think how that word would be pronounced in French....

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  13. Oh that is cruel Tom. I hope he doesn'e send you a single sausage.

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  14. weaver.... I am slowly pushing a small explosive charge into each one as I type this!

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    1. sigh............charming Thomas...

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    2. Oh well, it made me laugh, but I have deleted it anyway, for fear of being predictably tasteless (moi???) The rest can work it out for themselves... GEDDITT???!!!

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    3. In my defence, though, it was your description of 'slowly pushing' the explosive charge in that started it. Why 'slowly pushing'? That's going to produce the image of a suppository in anyone's mind.

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  15. LOL, Tom! i shall never be able to look at the word 'oink' again in quite the same way.

    megan

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