THE SOPPY SHEILA SELECTIONINCLUDING MADPRIEST’S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

If caught with somebody else's apple in your mouth,
look cute and insist that you have absolutely no idea
how it got there.

Should you require further advice on how to avoid
a good telling off please contact Bishop Clumber.

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THE SOPPY SHEILA SELECTIONINCLUDING MADPRIEST’S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY — 7 Comments

  1. Huh, what did I do? That’s not my apple! Where did it come from? I think I should hold on to it until the owner comes back and claims it. Mrs. Clumber, is that a new fig leaf you’re wearing? Hey, I don’t want to leave this garden! Get your hands off me, you brute!

    MP, what’s that in your hands in the (now famous) Band of Joy photo? Mimo or somebody said it looks like a little stuffed toy… Glad you’re the leader of the band, MP!

  2. That is a gorgeous golden!

    The golden retrievers we had when I was in high school would “harvest” from Dad’s fruit trees and garden – I remember corn and squash being particular favorites. Boy would that chap Dad’s hide! Of course, my sensitive male dog learned such behavior made the pack unhappy. His sister, on the other hand, learned if spotted, complete the thievery more quickly.

  3. If caught with somebody else’s apple in your mouth, look cute and insist that you have absolutely no idea how it got there.

    Wait, isn’t this the maneuver called “Armstronging”?

  4. The Lab of my teenage years, Sasha, thought that the canteloupe vines we had grew the niftiest “balls” ever. [We didn’t try to grow canteloupes after that.]

    To all you Soppy Sheilas (and Schmoes) out there: make haste to Lisa Fox‘s place, and give her comfort in the final days and hours of her Scotty. 🙁