Menosterycal; a case of midweek mirth

...first, an update on the black bear (did you see that?)



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PLEASE NOTE...
Am going through the pile of 'imports' from the now defunct TAKE TOO blog - you've been seeing a few recycled.  Have been quite harsh with myself and a goodly amount has been trashed. Some has been saved for posterity to the hard drive. ...and there is a fair bit which can still be gainfully re-employed here. On that matter, the earlier entries to the Fractured Fryday Hairy Tails (FFHT) set up up by Murphy & Stanley were all put on the TOO page. I don't want them to disappear. So in the next couple of days or so, I am going to hit the republish button on them - but not from draft, straight from 'import'.... I am hoping that they will then slot into their original dates of publication rather than block up this week's FFHT!!! 

So this alert is just to say - don't panic if you see heaps and heaps of FFHT posts coming up in your reader/dashboards (unless of course you missed them first time round, then by all means go read!) It'll just be the YAMster letting the moths out of the hutch.


9 comments:

  1. Love 'em all, and Oliver in particular.

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  2. OMD that Bear was in IDAHO.... our cussin Sarge has Wild Bears like that... RIGHT in his YARD.... OFTEN.... I (Frankie Furter) once found Bears POOPS there. I was pretty PROUD of myself over that find...
    We are glad that the bear is afraid of peeps. THAT is how it SHOULD be...

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  3. I luffs them all!!!!
    I rather hopes your FFHT post do pop up this week 'cos I hasn't seen them before and would quite like to read them. Oh and I luffs moths as well as buttie pillars so let them loose as well !!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  4. Bwwa aa ahaaa - these are all too funny!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  5. Crikey ..... hilarious but I'm a bit worried about that polar bear bloke. With a tongue like that he must have some terrible disease.

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  6. Good to see the bear again and glad he was alive and well.

    I always wonder how people come up with these brilliant captions, I especially liked the one about humans not landing on their feet.

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  7. Hard to pick a favourite this week, but Bertie admires the bath avoidance strategy.
    Cheers! Gail.

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  8. I like the two cats on the roof...I like this kind of feline wisdom :o)
    easy rider

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  9. Just love the alligator son/father combo! Brought a much needed airport travel day laugh!

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