He's Buddy Luscious
The second pup from Primrose's Cavapoo litter left today for his new home in Plymouth. Buddy aka Buddy Luscious is a handsome boy, gentle and happy going about his own business, but also happy to have a cuddle and play when offered. All the best to Lee and Alison who's family he joins.
Slideshow tomight features Buddy alot and also Henry, as he leaves us tomorrow. Jenny and her son travelled down from Uttoxeter today and after Buddy leaving us this afternoon, the rest of the afternoon into the evening, Jenny and her son enjoyed some time with Henry, before they pick him up tomorrow and travel home with him.
Is this satire or is it an alien abduction ?
This bit is also contains a warning, and that is don't watch the Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges whilst trying to drink coffee and eat a ring doughnut.
It seems we have a Bermuda Triangle in our front room. Put a piece of food down leave the room and on return the food is gone.
Two weeks ago I bought eight iced ring doughnuts whilst out doing the grocery shopping and some how I did not get round to eating my doughnut and I had forgotten about said doughnut.
Settling down that evening with my husband, after getting the last of the children to bed, I turned on the telly and we decided after flicking through the channels to watch Kevin Bridges doing his stand up comedy. We were not disappointed within seconds we were smiling and then laughing. Kevin Bridges is a Scottish comedian, who I find very funny, love his mannerisms, especially the way he sometimes struggles to hold back his chuckles when telling a joke from his life experiences, because he is obviously reliving the moment in technicolour in his mind.
Husband got up during a break and asked if I would like a coffee and I duly replied , "Yes, please darling", and in a couple minutes he returned with not only a cup of steaming black coffee, but also the forgotten doughnut. I don't like eating stodgy food to late, but leaving a ring doughnut until the next day, you are just going to be eating stale, sweet bread. So I accepted the challenge and took the coffee and doughnut from my husband. The dogs esembled themselves about me and the commercial breaks ended and Kevin Bridges was back with vengeance.
He started talking about halloween and how it is celebrated in Scotland compared with America, slight chuckle and I then took my first bite of doughnut and then a swig of coffee as Colin Bridges then put an image so funny in my head (Spongebob Squarepants lying on the floor receiving a kicking from a Ninja Turtle ) that I could not help but laugh and with doughnut and coffe in my mouth, combustion occurred with the piece of doughnut flying back my throat and the coffee flying out of my mouth across the frontroom. In the foray I put the doughnut on the arm of the armchair I was sitting in, gave a hard cough and expelled the piece of doughnut, whilst my husband looked on sympathetically wetting his pants laughing.
I then went to the kitchen to get a drink of water and a cloth to clean up the mess, fresh pair of underpants for husband and on my return the doughnut with one bite out of it, had vanished. The window was open and our eleven dogs where all sat licking their lips. I asked my husband had he noticed my doughnut disappearing and he exclaimned he had been to busy laughing to notice.
A window open and eleven dogs licking their lips, I think we can safely assume we are looking at an alien abduction, we are looking at aliens who like ring doughnuts, fat aliens. Lol
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― Samuel Butler
Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
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