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We interrupt the muddied oafs... - Wemyss's Appalling Hobby:
From the Party Guilty of Committing 'Gate of Ivory, Gate of Horn'
We interrupt the muddied oafs...

… To note that real sport continues elsewhere.


Hants win, Surrey win, Glamorgan win, Somerset lose, and, my word, what a turn-up for the books at Edgbaston as the Bears thrash a dozy and overconfident Durham.


Also, may I suggest you look at some pretty pictures, courtesy of a certain local calendar competition and the Beeb?


Springtide, twice;

Summer, two sets;

Autumn; and

Winter, doubled.

(ETA: There is something inherently humourous about sheep.)


There.  That shd restore the Natural Order of Things.  (Footer, pffft.  Germany, pffft.  And don’t mention the war.)

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From: tree_and_leaf Date: June 10th, 2006 03:32 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wiltshire looks lovely - I'm ashamed to admit I don't know it at all.
wemyss From: wemyss Date: June 10th, 2006 04:05 pm (UTC) (Link)

Isn't it, though?

You have much to look forward to, then.
aillil From: aillil Date: June 10th, 2006 04:04 pm (UTC) (Link)

No comment on the cricket. :)

Those sheep look a bit like creatures from outer space. Wiltshire as such, though, is most beautiful. I love the colours, and I do long to return to parts of the world with thatched houses.

Footer, pffft. Germany, pffft. And don’t mention the war.)
Indeed. It's much more fun when the hosting country loses early on, then everybody is much more relaxed. And despite that glorious Fautly Towers episode, that is getting a bit old. *pets its beard* :)
wemyss From: wemyss Date: June 10th, 2006 04:06 pm (UTC) (Link)

You're lucky I avoided the 'Yes, Minister' quotation, then.

aillil From: aillil Date: June 10th, 2006 04:13 pm (UTC) (Link)

Very much so.

Although it is most amusing. *g*
nineveh_uk From: nineveh_uk Date: June 14th, 2006 01:41 pm (UTC) (Link)
Once again, I resolve to get out of the Fens.

I am fond of lambs, but find sheep disappointing. I was, however, amused by a Japanese friend of my sister who visted the house and asked if there were any sheep locally she could see, as she never had. Sheep were duly visited, and provoked astonishment as they were twice the size she had expected.
wemyss From: wemyss Date: June 15th, 2006 02:33 pm (UTC) (Link)

I applaud your resolution.

(Note iconic sheep.)

After all, look what too long in the Fens did for Salazar's temper.

And there are a LOT of things about sheep that disconcert the ingenuous on first acquaintance. Or should do.
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