Thursday, November 10, 2005

tired out...


Can't be bothered to write poems or cards so here are some snaps of Dixon and Daisy from a walk on the Malvern Hills last week.

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Due to the limitations of my mobile phone camera I was unable to get the Worcestershire County Naked Septuagenarian Hill Walkers Society (WCNSHW) in the same shot - obviously both Dixon and Daisy found them highly distracting, in fact shortly after this shot Daisy darted off and bit an old gentleman's sausage. He'd just sat down to eat his hotdog; I think Daisy took offence. It was quite nasty for a minute or two, but I eventually managed to smooth things over when I offered to carry his balls. They often have a kick about after the walk.

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Please note:
Size of dog in photo does relate to size of dog in real life.

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Literally moments before Dixon and Daisy found a dumped dead body on hills - you may have read about it in the paper under the title - 'Local man finds body whilst out walking dogs'.


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"Wot?"


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I blew off and they rode the breeze - note ears.

25 comments:

MHN for short said...

Great pics of the girls!!! Hey, you have your own entourage(sp) or are you their servant???

Hello, love!

Sniffy said...

Brilliant. I'm laughing quite a lot here. Unless of course you weren't kidding about finding the dead body because that's actually quite serious.


yay! I'm second.

Herge Smith said...

Hi mhn - nah, I'm very much in charge.

Tina - errr... it was a joke.

Sniffy said...

Phew.

The quote was from Star Trek III btw

MHN for short said...

So the ladies are getting on, then?

Hey Tina~
And that!

Herge Smith said...

Geek.

Herge Smith said...

Yeah not too bad...

Right, time for bye byes.

Sniffy said...

He just called me a geek, what a git and that!

suburban wonder said...

Beautiful girls! Although, shots of the naked septagenarians would have been great, too...

Oh, no fucking way - tfjfhzih?!!

L said...

ha hah ha hah ha!!!!

love this series, especially 'cause they look so bratty

aasmodeus said...

what a pleasurable treasurable pet set. quite enjoyable, even more so with your captivating captions. too witty, to wit.

Karen said...

Ah, pics of the cute doggies! The best kind of blog post! :) So Dixon is not too stressed, having to accommodate a new doggie into the household? Do they ever fight?

red one said...

Please note: Size of dog in photo does relate to size of dog in real life.

I'm assuming the hills are also a bit bigger than shown.

red

MHN for short said...

Well done Redone!!! Ho, ho, ho!

pissoff said...

Well... ummm, Herge and his wieners. Very nice.

Sniffy said...

Trust That woman to lower the tone.

Karen said...

Boo hoo, I got here too late and now Herge will never answer the questions in my comment. :~(

Rowan said...

how beautiful those hills look.
I can't get over that you all must take those for granted and it is hard to imagine, since we have nothing that looks like that here. I hope you love your dogs as much as I think you really do.

Anonymous said...

I hope you love your dogs as much as they think you do.

Hello again. I hear you were missing me.

NS

Herge Smith said...

Anon - you have returned - welcome back - make it a regular thing!

Anonymous said...

For you, Herge, anything.

Besides, the drugs are starting to kick in again.

Herge Smith said...

Anything? - more lovely comments... do you like the poems?

Anonymous said...

I think they're truely inspired. I'm thinking of starting a new blog. Do you want to be first to know if I do?

surly girl said...

um, why is it on the "dogs to scale" photo that the one at the front looks like a pygmy hippopopanus? it does. honest.

Herge Smith said...

Anon - defo - email me.

Surly girl - it is a pygmy hippopopanus - it's called Daisy.