Otium cum dignitate.
The idle dog does that rigor mortis trick with his legs when he gets tickled, too.I seem to remember an earlier piccy of your pooch where he was pissing mercury, so this comes as no surprise.
That photo is going to be entered in the Frome Cheese Show, Idle, in the Caught in the Act Category :-)
OMG, it's the Omen!
OMG...Pig with Ballet Dancers 'Hooves' and, mad eyes as well.Next picture with a Tutu, please. Pig that is, not Elby!!Ahr, Lilith, he's gorgeous.Di. xxx
How sinister.You're not bringing him here, are you ???
nothing like a good belly rub to get you to feel enlightened :)
I think the idle bro might be playing the Frome Cheese Show this year with his combo.Either that or the Shepton Sheep Show. One of the two, anyway. The excitement in Somerset is acute.
Arghhhhh.. scary cyborg laser dog!My 3 year old is most jealous that Pig can do that whereas her Grandma's numerous hounds aren't able to shoot lasers out of anywhere, as far as we can tell.
Pip, it's true, Pig is a devildog..
Yes, Scrobs, flexible hips :-)
He's gurt lush Trubes! He'd have something to say about a tutu. He's had a lovely day at Westonbirt today, lots of dogs and miles of woods.
It's pretty spooky Kev, and YES he will sniff you out and hunt you down like a dog....
Pig's sentiments exactly, Daisy :-)
The Frome Cheese Show is the social highlight of our year, Idle.I am impressed. Not tried the Sheep Show, but I have been suspicious about the place since Tesco landed there and swallowed the town....
Oh Fleet, soooo cute. Yes, Pig can do Laser Eyes at will and make his right ear stick up like an Alsatian.
I'd hate to miss the Frome Cheese Show, so I'll book into the folks that w/e, lil.Do I need to bring my own claret, and cubed pineapple and toothpicks?
Brilliant Idle! We can supply toothpicks! The claret is for later as there is plenty of cider available and so many gorgeous cows, goats and sheep. The dog agility is hilarious. And if you want to buy a brand new tractor...
I've just seen the website, lil. What a spread! FAR bigger than the Shepton Sheep Show or the Castle Cary Cat Convention.I fancy the camel racing. Perhaps I should buy one and get it in training for September. I'm worried that 14 stone may not be the ideal jockey's weight, even for a large dromedary.
Well, looking past the menage-a-deux, I do like the kitchen colour. Will pass the pic to the proper authority immediately.
Bizarre!! To say the least.
TT, it's a Farrow and Ball so it should pass muster.Mutters! Can't you do that lazer eye thing either?
How long has Elby (I presume it is he) been wearing galoshes instead of slippers around the house?
Since he moved to Somerset, Idle. It's de rigueur.
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