Puck displays the crucial “hang out in a gift bag intended for, you know, a gift, but rendered unusable now due to being rubbed all over with squirrel fur and made into a hideout from an annoying younger brother” component of his rehabilitation.
Huzzah to the Puckman!!! 🙂 Here’s to many MANY more bags being sacrificed to his enjoyment! 🙂
“Ferret in a Bag” sounds like an example of English food.
(Yes, my brain works strangely.)
Just cute, that’s all.
I have thome thquirrel fur on my thungue jutht now.
Awww…the world’s cutest limousine mouse!
spork, quite right – “toad in the hole”/”ferret in a bag”! 🙂 Just watch out for the “spotted dick” or not…?
Liprap “limousine mouse”! 🙂
Further Friday fun! 🙂
“Ferret in a Bag” sounds like an example of English food
Good Day! Today’s specials are Bubble and Squeak, Toad in the Hole, Pig in a Blanket and Ferret in a Bag.
I once commented to A that “The Ailing Weasel” sounded like the saddest pub in the world.
Lamb Chop returns!
i’ll stick with the fish and chips.
Awww. Cute. (My friends’ ferrets liked to play in bags and get swung (sp?) around in them.)
Just watch out for the “spotted dick” or not…?
I have a tin of microwavable Spotted Dick in my cupboard.
I haven’t had the courage to try it.
(There’s a comic – Nick Bakay – who did a fake ad for an actual product: Frozen Spotted Dick. Part of his fake ad copy went: “It’s what kept your father out of the Army in ’43!”).
Spork Incident – RE: Ferret in a bag – I’m starting to picture Mr. Bean with a take out bag, opening it up,and a furry critter attaching to his nose.
Comments are closed.