Back to the hundreds — 17 Comments

    • Brilliant thanks.  The only problem now is that I'm so knackered from the packing and driving that I need a holiday.

    • *sigh* And how are you supposed to tell?  I confess I didn't actually approach the creature and ask for a means of identification, but I maintain he was a dolphin.  There again it may have been a she, so are you going to be pedantic about that too?

  1. nice ta have you back! had a nice week vaca with my mr. and still sorting through the photos

    • The old photies are a great yoke.  Many a dismal Winter's day I have cheered myself by looking through them.

    • Thanks and congratulations on whipping up the hundred comments!  😀

      Actually there were a few that went into moderation for some unknown reason so you passed the mark comfortably.

  2. Glad to hear that you had a good time.   I noticed that some of my 'replies' went into 'moderation'.   Was I such a naughty boy?


    By the way did you hear about this?

    There's this blonde out for a walk. She comes to a river and sees another blonde on the opposite bank. "Yoo-hoo!" she shouts, "How can I get to the other side?"

    The second blonde looks up the river then down the river and shouts back, "You ARE on the other side."

    • I don't know why you were blocked.  Different email address? Bad taste in jokes?  😀

  3. Since we are still writing jokes


    The aquarium was trying to breed their pair of porpoises, but they just were not interested in each other. After much research, it was found that their diet lacked certain very rare minerals and vitamins. The only known source was seagulls. In fact only newly hatched seagulls could provide the missing mineral and vitamins. When feed a diet of the birds, the porpoises began having intercourse almost immediately. The affect was temporary and they realized they need a stead supply. The aquarium was not near the sea shore. It was was several states away, but a biologist was assigned to travel each week to the seashore to collect the birds. 

    On his last trip he was arrest and charged with transporting young gulls across state lines for immoral porpoises. 

  4. "There were also a few wildlife distractions -"  dancing spiders, bat droppings on the car bonnet, bullfrog croakings late night, sneezing dolphins affected by the plug tobacco…

    and don't tell the surprise endings to those Dan Brown novels.

    • Our wildlife was fairly benign.  There were seals just off the rocks beside the house, a cuckoo that sang every day on the island [it's incredible how sound carries across water] and a cat that really pissed Penny off. 

      I won't tell on the Dan Brown novels and how they end – I have forgotten already.

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