Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Introducing Our New Neighbours....



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  1. I bet your new neighbours aren't wordless.

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    1. You're right - they are surprisingly chatty... and their table manners are atrocious!

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    1. The nosiest! They are multiplying too - there are twice as many of them now!

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    1. They are, Martha. They are also very well behaved!

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  4. Their table manners may be atrocious, but there's nothing wrong with their sense of style - black and white are appropriate for any occasion!

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  5. The perfect day-to-evening wear.... Now I am having visions of them dancing round handbags. We could be in for a very exciting summer!

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  6. I can see they are a-mooo-sed by you , standing, as they are, on the udder side of the gate... ok ok I'll stop now!!

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    1. Who can resist milking a cow pun opportunity?

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  7. I suppose they are the best neighbours you can have. I love cows and can look at them all day.

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    1. They are lovely. They seem inclined to look at us all day too!

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  8. Ha!!! They are fantastic waiting at the gate like that! This is wonderful!!!

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    1. They are funny. I swear they gather there to watch TV through our sitting room window in the evening!

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  9. They look very expectant - are they assuming they are invited for afternoon tea?

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    1. If 'afternoon tea' in cow language means "grazing a garden of delicious plants in the hope of filling a corner of one of our stomachs, thereby staving off hunger until dinner" then I fear that they may very well have made the assumption that they are due an invitation to tea. This is a very worrying turn of events.

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  10. I'm sure there are worse neighbours you could have ;)

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    1. Oh there are and the cows are not the biggest of party animals, thank goodness!

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  11. They look like they are waiting for the pub to open!! What perfect neighbours you have. xx

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    1. The poor things are in for a long wait. The slugs have drunk all the beer!

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  12. Maybe you'll end up with free manure!

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    1. Well I certainly don't plan to pay them for it!!!

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  13. Let's hope they stay on their side of the fence.

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    1. Indeed! They would make very light work of our young plants!

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  14. How sweet! I have a soft spot for cows, such lovely big eyes they have :)

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    1. These ones seem to be particularly gentle. There have been some thugs in the past!

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  15. You're going to need a simpler gate latch otherwise you'll be constantly getting up to let them in and out.

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    1. Ha! Either that or they will have to learn to tiptoe over the cattle grid!

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  16. Looks like you have some nosy neighbors!

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    1. They are inquisitive creatures. They are a lesson in standing and staring.

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