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2nd Nov 2006, 19:31  

The Keeper says:

I found this rather amusing.

2nd Nov 2006, 19:32

Alfie says:

Oh my.

2nd Nov 2006, 19:37

Earthworm Jim says:

I DO like Tim's Halloween costume! Well done Tim!!

2nd Nov 2006, 19:37

babs says:

Try plucking those strings! and I did say plucking

2nd Nov 2006, 19:41

babs says:

you move in very interesting circles Keeper I don't know if I'm shocked or deliriously happy :-)

2nd Nov 2006, 19:43

The Keeper says:

Just keep Ben away from Tim when he's dressed like this! We don't want him getting confused. Could end horribly...

2nd Nov 2006, 19:43

The Keeper says:

Why thank you babs - thought it would liven things up a bit

2nd Nov 2006, 19:44

babs says:

Just so long as Ben warms his hands first I can't see a problem with it!

2nd Nov 2006, 19:45

The Keeper says:

Tim squeals like a girl

2nd Nov 2006, 19:46

The Keeper says:

Am off to chop more under cooked chicken

2nd Nov 2006, 19:47

Emma says:

*refrains from comment*

TBH I'm pretty damn speechless.

2nd Nov 2006, 19:48

The Keeper says:

Yes well when Tim gets bored there's just no stopping him. I do like his f holes though

2nd Nov 2006, 19:52

anonymous says:

geez louise!

2nd Nov 2006, 19:54

babs says:

Don't know if it's Tim's halloween costume or the Laura Ashley dress he's obviously just removed that's the most intriguing!

2nd Nov 2006, 19:56

babs says:

Where does he keep the bow?

2nd Nov 2006, 19:59

Emma says:

That might explain his posture.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:00

babs says:

and of course we can't see the expression on his face.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:02

Emma says:

Bet it speaks volumes though!

2nd Nov 2006, 20:02

babs says:

Oh you would have to think so.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:04

babs says:

I may have to put room in mire up for rent and move here permanently.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:15

Emma says:

Well we could use a bit of extra space in the bivvy for the Fiddler when he turns up.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:24

Beun says:

It sounds like........? :-)

great shot

2nd Nov 2006, 20:33

The Keeper says:

Royal Mail parcel twine is so versatile.

2nd Nov 2006, 20:38

Steve says:

Blimey

2nd Nov 2006, 20:43

Chloe says:

*Cough Cough* Haha... Tim put your clothes back on, you'll catch your death in that!!
Is that a cello or a double bass??
Fiddles have chin rests but maybe Tim just didnt want a chin resting on his arse!! *smirk*

2nd Nov 2006, 20:50

ookiine says:

So that done for a local band for an album cover... I love body paintings.

2nd Nov 2006, 21:52

Sprocket says:

omg!

2nd Nov 2006, 22:50

babs says:

It could do with a coat of varnish and buffing with a soft cloth

2nd Nov 2006, 22:56

The Keeper says:

I wouldn't buff that

2nd Nov 2006, 23:03

Emma says:

Bit of spit and polish?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:09

The Keeper says:

Elbow grease sounds wrong

2nd Nov 2006, 23:10

babs says:

A bit of Mr Muscle wouldnt go amiss.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:11

The Keeper says:

Way hay!

2nd Nov 2006, 23:11

The WIld Witch says:

I don't think I am ever going to be able to look at my fiddle in quite the same way.....one way to stop me bowing so near the bridge I suppose...

A good banishing spell might be in order :O

2nd Nov 2006, 23:12

The Keeper says:

What is this measuring appliance you spoke of earlier babs? i'm intrigued...

2nd Nov 2006, 23:12

Emma says:

Is that the one that comes in 3 different sizes? Wee, tiny and oh my god is that real?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:16

babs says:

Tape measure of course. Industrial strength.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:17

The Keeper says:

You've spent FAR too long browsing that catalogue... hand it back immediately!

2nd Nov 2006, 23:17

babs says:

but I haven't got to the novelty underwear section yet

2nd Nov 2006, 23:20

Emma says:

make me! go on- dare you!

2nd Nov 2006, 23:20

The Keeper says:

Oh go on then I've got another. Good Lord... I've heard of the bold knight... but this black knight looks a tad dangerous! Is impaling in this season?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:21

The Keeper says:

No no you keep looking Emma - just make sure you order a fair amount so I get my bonus! Oooh I like this under robe garment!

2nd Nov 2006, 23:22

babs says:

the jousting lance you mean.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:24

Emma says:

Can i order batteries too?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:26

The Keeper says:

Oh is that what it is? But it vibr... ah gotcha! Perhaps it doubles up as a hoof pick too

2nd Nov 2006, 23:26

The Keeper says:

Won't get far without em!

2nd Nov 2006, 23:26

Emma says:

hoof pick?
Surely the young squire deals with such implements?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:28

The Keeper says:

The young squire will be far too busy to pick out hooves. i hired him under false pretences

2nd Nov 2006, 23:29

Emma says:

Buffing? or just buff?
I have some topiary that needs attention if he's good with garden implements.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:31

babs says:

I have a bed that needs replanting.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:39

The Keeper says:

He's quite good at gardening, and he's a whizz with bushes so the topiary will be no problem. Not sure how ggod his seeds are? Will bulbs do?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:44

Emma says:

Are they very big? I do like a bulbous bulb.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:46

babs says:

I suppose so, I'll just go and get my dibber.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:47

The Keeper says:

Very big bulbous bulbs. Very bulbular in shape. Sprouting.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:47

babs says:

As long as there's a nice display when they flower they'll do nicely thankyou

2nd Nov 2006, 23:50

The Keeper says:

Oh they're spectacular when they bloom! Just stand back a bit and wear a face mask (pollen)

2nd Nov 2006, 23:51

Emma says:

Which family do they belong too? giganticus triffidus?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:53

babs says:

pollen , yes , pollen

2nd Nov 2006, 23:53

The Keeper says:

Giganticus testik....

Anyway, why have the irish gigs been removed from the gigs section?

2nd Nov 2006, 23:55

The Keeper says:

Just keep telling yourself that babs and it'll all be alright. just don't touch it or ... meld with it. Thank you.

2nd Nov 2006, 23:56

babs says:

vulcan mind meld eh?

3rd Nov 2006, 00:01

The Keeper says:

Exactly. And then you'd start doing the dodgy v sign with your hand and wanting to go to conventions. T'would be too late then.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:03

Emma says:

Dartmoor Mind Meld? My thoughts to yours, your thoughts to mine, i hear her calling.........

3rd Nov 2006, 00:04

The Keeper says:

And no... wassailing sligbacks do not go well with repulsive bugundy and black unitard monstrosities.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:05

The Keeper says:

Right get the blindfold and the hammer - she's at it again.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:06

Emma says:

Nooooo leave me alone
*runs for safety*

3rd Nov 2006, 00:09

Emma says:

I have my own blindfold, thank you very much

3rd Nov 2006, 00:10

babs says:

me me me I want the blindfold

3rd Nov 2006, 00:11

Emma says:

Told you before, take your turn. Remeber what happened with the Fiddler man?

3rd Nov 2006, 00:12

The Keeper says:

Well the blindfold was for Emma and the hammer was for the annoying bint in the green floaty dress

3rd Nov 2006, 00:12

Emma says:

That is the best way to deal with her. Or you could install steps, that works a treat too.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:15

The Keeper says:

I'm staying put over here - someon'es pretending to be me over in the place of Tim and annoying the hell out of me. Any more and I'll withold all further pictures!

3rd Nov 2006, 00:15

The Keeper says:

No they split up - had some great hits though. Not sure she's got a cd drive either?

3rd Nov 2006, 00:16

Emma says:

Annoying isn't it when you're not sure of someone's identity? I'll stop it now as I'm getting a little confused myself.
Tragedy! When the feelings gone and you can't go on, it's tragedy!
Wonder if the Cowboy knows that one?

3rd Nov 2006, 00:18

babs says:

Ibet he knows all the dances to all the songs

3rd Nov 2006, 00:19

The Keeper says:

Yes he does. I can hear him thumping away in his box... sometimes for hours on end. He better be bloody dancing...

3rd Nov 2006, 00:20

Emma says:

A froggy went a-courtin' and he did sing, hmm-mmm.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:21

The Keeper says:

Err babs have you got that restraint thing handy?

3rd Nov 2006, 00:23

babs says:

he was born to dance he is the lord of the dance, or was it lord of the rings, bit bemuddlefuddled tonight

3rd Nov 2006, 00:23

Emma says:

Perhaps the Cowboy is practising on the Piskie's slappy box.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:24

babs says:

use steath and approach with caution with restraining thingy it is primed to go off at the slightest movement

3rd Nov 2006, 00:26

The Keeper says:

Right I have to go. Cowboy is indeed slapping piskie's box and he's none too happy about it, Troy has eaten half a Steps cd and ludo's lost his comforter.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:27

babs says:

take care don't turn your back on them for one second,Ihope you survive the night and will return in triumph tomorrow

3rd Nov 2006, 00:28

Emma says:

Count your fingers and toes before you go to sleep, just so you can do an accurate stocktake in the morning.

3rd Nov 2006, 00:42

babs says:

Morning has broken like the first morning....................I had the weirdest dream last night. Alan Titchmarsh was on the moblog and he was doing a Q A session about hardy annuals ,shrubs and spring bulbs. I need to get out more.

3rd Nov 2006, 07:28

The Keeper says:

Well it could have been worse... it could have been Bill Oddie... though that would have to classed as a nightmare

3rd Nov 2006, 10:50

babs says:

Yeah verily. I did get some handy tips on when and when not to prune though , and on the careful handling of Spring bulbs. I'm looking forward to a fine show of colour in early April next year.

3rd Nov 2006, 12:46

The Keeper says:

Yes one must be careful not to stick one's trowel through a bulb.

3rd Nov 2006, 12:50

babs says:

Oh, one certainly must. Very fragile.

3rd Nov 2006, 14:48

The Keeper says:

It's amazing the power one can wield when one has said bulbs in a vice like grip...

3rd Nov 2006, 15:21

babs says:

Are we talking snow drops or daffodils here?

3rd Nov 2006, 15:26

The Keeper says:

Narcissi

3rd Nov 2006, 15:28

babs says:

*Narcissus, Full hardy , prefers sun or light shade, .....and remove foliage during mid-or late summer,
"RHS encyclopedia.

3rd Nov 2006, 15:34

The Keeper says:

'Narcissus is another example among several of a beautiful young man who spurned sex and died as a result' - this gives me an idea!!

3rd Nov 2006, 15:37

babs says:

You're not going to spurn sex as well are you?????

3rd Nov 2006, 15:41

The Keeper says:

No not me. Are you quite mad?! Now where did I put my pruning shears? Bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha

3rd Nov 2006, 15:47

babs says:

*whistles merry pruning refrain as in days of old, before the advent of steam powered pruning shears.

3rd Nov 2006, 15:51

The Keeper says:

There are steam powered ones now?! My word!

3rd Nov 2006, 15:53

babs says:

No, I made it up.

3rd Nov 2006, 15:54

The Keeper says:

Oh. That's a shame. Guess my hamster will just have to keep on running that little bit longer! Harry? Harry??! Oh no!

3rd Nov 2006, 16:00

babs says:

ooooo keeper, you just made the hundredth comment yippity pip and huzzah thrice fold to you , pops cork of another bottle found behind sofa.

3rd Nov 2006, 16:04

The Keeper says:

Ah that's better. Time to sit back and survey the kingdom that is ours now.

3rd Nov 2006, 16:09

babs says:

Tis a fine kingdom to be sure. *watches herd of Claas combine harvesters sweep magestically across savannah .

3rd Nov 2006, 16:15

The Keeper says:

Ah! Do you see? Look there! A small group of the lesser spotted clockwise haggis. Truly a sight to behold.

3rd Nov 2006, 16:17

Chloe says:

The Wild Witch - I play the fiddle and always seem to bow too close to the finger board....oh god, bad images from that picture again!!! *shudders*

3rd Nov 2006, 16:22

The Keeper says:

Just stay away from the tail piece!

3rd Nov 2006, 16:35

Chloe says:

Good Plan!!

3rd Nov 2006, 17:00

babs says:

did we ever discover where the lower region of the strings are secured or would the answer be a bit scary?

3rd Nov 2006, 17:12

Chloe says:

Jeeez....far too scary lol

3rd Nov 2006, 17:38

The Keeper says:

Bulbs

3rd Nov 2006, 17:43

babs says:

obviously garden twine then.

3rd Nov 2006, 17:50

pedantic says:

I had, in my innocence, assumed that when laundry facilities were unavailable whilst touring, fresh items of undergarment were procured from local tradespersons - but I see now that necessity is indeed the mother of invention, and they have invented....the Folk Thong!

3rd Nov 2006, 18:05

Chloe says:

Hehe must be very useful indeed!! But im sure a metal string would be like a cheese wire and cut u in half!!

3rd Nov 2006, 18:07

babs says:

i love the old traditional folk thongs best of all tra la.

3rd Nov 2006, 18:29

Emma says:

I heard a good thong today. i'd tell you the name of it but I can't quite put my finger on it.

3rd Nov 2006, 20:28

babs says:

probably just as well!

3rd Nov 2006, 20:29

Emma says:

What are you trying to say? i've heard some folkies say that true folk music can only be passed on orally between friends

3rd Nov 2006, 22:23

babs says:

between very good friends !

3rd Nov 2006, 23:01

Emma says:

That wouldn't be any of you lot, then! Some people round here won't even share photos.

3rd Nov 2006, 23:18

babs says:

I feel it could be imminent ,we must bide our time ,the Keeper cannot be rushed there is "The Choosing" to consider.

3rd Nov 2006, 23:24

Emma says:

Well the Choosing Ceremony never used to take this long. Honestly, you can shortcut most of the rituals nowadays and the synod have decided that the full ruminent sacrifice is no longer necessary and it's quite acceptable to toss a few trotters onto the fire to get an answer from St Cecelia.

3rd Nov 2006, 23:58

babs says:

not so much a sacrifice ,more a barbecue

4th Nov 2006, 00:01

Emma says:

weeeelll, yes I suppose but only after you've read the ribs to choose whether the pic of The Fiddler in his shorts or speedos is the most suitable for public consumption.

4th Nov 2006, 00:04

babs says:

no wet tshirt every time thankyou.

4th Nov 2006, 00:11

Emma says:

Nah, we've seen that one. It was on the Yelverton Hilton dvd thingy I got from t'internet. I think we've performed the necessary rituals to summon forth the Fiddler Man.

4th Nov 2006, 00:29

babs says:

I hope you're right , will he appear in a puff of smoke and flashing lights?????

4th Nov 2006, 00:39

Emma says:

It's possible if we say the incantations right.
Watch out, you almost kicked over that candle!

4th Nov 2006, 00:42

The White Hare says:

Oooh ooh ooh but im the fiddler woman from Yelverton!! Are they meant to be married?? Hehe

4th Nov 2006, 15:00

The WIld Witch says:

Divining with entrails - that is the way to go. Prophecy and dineer in one...........

4th Nov 2006, 17:51

Emma says:

Well, tonight the entrails say dinner was pretty good but next time leave the dumplings til later.

5th Nov 2006, 00:11

Cressida says:

Farting in that kind of underwear gives a new meaning to Air on a G-String.

5th Nov 2006, 20:56

The White Hare says:

You made me explode into my coffee....it went everywhere lol!!

5th Nov 2006, 21:39

Emma says:

Well that's an entirely different tale and if my spam e-mails are to be believed, you can buy something to remedy that little problem.

5th Nov 2006, 23:20