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Started by airynothing on Aug 16, 2021 9:00:42 AM
Lost One of Those Things

Post your whimsy-laden thoughts here.

Sabacious - 09 Sep 2021 20:32:32 (#1961 of 2017)

https://www.asterix.com/en/the-collection/albums/asterix-and-the-griffin/

Cordelia - 09 Sep 2021 21:34:25 (#1962 of 2017)

Ta. I shall be buying that!

Dubris - 09 Sep 2021 20:35:27 (#1963 of 2017)

#1959 - Perhaps St Patrick got a bit carried away with himself after driving the serpents out.

Antimatter - 09 Sep 2021 23:35:41 (#1964 of 2017)

Thunder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ricolas - 10 Sep 2021 06:27:22 (#1965 of 2017)

instant ac/dc earworm...

Cordelia - 10 Sep 2021 07:30:39 (#1966 of 2017)

We have brilliant sunshine rather than the thick cloud and light winds the weather forecast thinks we have. It was supposed to rain most of the day yesterday too but it didn’t at all.

Ricolas - 10 Sep 2021 06:44:17 (#1967 of 2017)

Nice walk down to the bus-stop and back this morning. It's rather lovely at present.

HouseOfLametta - 10 Sep 2021 07:45:17 (#1968 of 2017)

Nice chopper.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/sep/10/ra
re-bronze-age-coffin-found-golf-course-pond-axe

Catspyjamas17 - 10 Sep 2021 07:50:26 (#1969 of 2017)

Golf ball, ball, ball, another ball, Bronze Age coffin, cuddly toy.

Cloudy but a nice temperature out.

Ricolas - 10 Sep 2021 06:55:38 (#1970 of 2017)

That's quite something, Laz!

Dubris - 10 Sep 2021 07:11:20 (#1971 of 2017)

More a symbol of authority than a practical tool.

How times change...

slicey - 10 Sep 2021 07:49:31 (#1972 of 2017)

It's a small chopper but is elegantly proportioned and looks like it would feel good in the hand.

Ricolas - 10 Sep 2021 07:51:12 (#1973 of 2017)

Nice wood.

Dubris - 10 Sep 2021 07:56:50 (#1974 of 2017)

I wonder how its original owner would have felt about being disinterred on a golf course.

Catspyjamas17 - 10 Sep 2021 08:56:57 (#1975 of 2017)

No 5 wood.

binturong - 10 Sep 2021 08:58:09 (#1976 of 2017)

Further Irish wildlife facts. In most of the world leaopard slugs like to live near humans. In cellars, in cracks in the brickwork of houses, in gardens. In Ireland they don't - they only live in the woods and on beaches (right up to the high tide mark.)

Lagopus - 10 Sep 2021 10:00:46 (#1977 of 2017)

Bint, in wildlife facts you certainly don't want to know, a female palmate newt once attempted to mate with my little finger.

slicey - 10 Sep 2021 09:04:32 (#1978 of 2017)

Natterjacks make me think of childhood programs like Blue Peter and Animal Magic where they were talked of in hushed tones like the rarest of unicorns.

And, less wholesomely, Ken Livingstone.

binturong - 10 Sep 2021 10:04:46 (#1979 of 2017)

I've had a lot of male toads attempt similar.

Dubris - 10 Sep 2021 09:18:33 (#1980 of 2017)

You and Lippy should compare notes.

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