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you still look a bit peely whally to me but if you are happy....................
But this is the new me - bright but not too dazzling!
Lela dear you are looking a little pale, I hope you are feeling well. Perhaps an extra glass of tadpole wine
I am sure it will be a great success!.....(sort of)......
Very decisive, juneeeee. You are definitely an executive! You deserve the big office with the window!
Madam Churchy one, as long as you sit quietly in a room on your own and read from a script which I will prepare for you, you can be considered. I would need lots of pious looks and eyes raised to Heaven, a quiet well modulated voice and nothing to confuse the children or cause them to ask embarassing questions. No wriggling around on your chair, winking, come hither looks, excessive licking of lips, suggestive finger movements. Might be easier to use a body double or just get someone more suitable in the first place. You're sacked.
No - - - fun??
Ohh, no wrestling??? No playing instruments? Not even a bag-pipe? No nothing really??
I could do "Church Chat" on Sunday mornings. It would be very enlightening!
starting tomorrow there will be a Season of Hayley Mills films, every one she ever made for your enjoyment
not to mention Cumberland Sausage. Tut tut I said not to mention it
No more Mrs Brown or anything of that ilk, No News Night in fact no news. You may send in poems and homilies or other interesting pieces to be read out on air for our enlightenment. Playing upon instruments ones own or other peoples is also banned. No more wrestling either, too grippy i hear that church person wanted to join in, the idea. We want to get back to basics with good family values. Always did prefer Channel 4 news anyway.
Oh, won't it be interesting?? Sweatdripping, breathtaking fights between huuge fatties!! Oh no, I guess it's the Japanese way?? - or what??
raincoat-infusion........The reason for the camera was to capture the enthrallment of the children at hearing the lights out poem for the first time......(this family's tv had been the right way up for some time)......
Yes, Junee-was-shining will be in charge of programmes.....be prepared for plenty of Cumberland wrestling........
WHAT???? No more Mrs.Brown?!!!!
yes they are disbanding the old one, too much smut instead we are to have Bonga Bonga world Service, programmes of interest to minorities everywhere
So THAT's what BBC stands for!!!! Thanks June!!
Cos it's BBC - Bonga Bonga channel
Very Heart warming...was this the first time the young ones had watched ther set right side up? Why the Paparazzi??
Pleasant dreams, was-shining!....
Double-batter.......The dog is just out of the picture - standing on its head......
Such darlings are these non-mountainous tykes. They watch with wonder as the evening shadows descend upon their little happy home. How quaint. How perfect. All is well. But where is the dog?
a timely verse as I am just on my way to bed thank you
That is a truly moving poem, Hanne-with-pipe.......especially the third line!....
Well, big-in-Bermuda....the typical mountain dwelling family would either be sitting upside-down....or the tv would be upside-down.....(I think)......
What a touching scene Lela and the ending poem brings a tear to 'someone's' eye! Hanne I like yours too. So I guess we will see what a typical mountain dwelling family will be doing in the near future?
I just stumbled upon a poem you might use in the morning:
"Tis morning - I must stretch my leg
it's time to watch my dreams no longer
We'll pat the wife and kiss the egg
as lights go on in Bonga-Bonga."
Only our finest Tadpole Wine, which is made using selected tadpole secretions.......
Do you drink? lol
This peaceful domestic scene shows a typical non-mountain-dwelling Bonga-Bongan family enjoying the final words from their leader before lights out.....
As can be seen, their tv is the right way up, and the children are watching, enthralled, the very first transmission of the 'frog's out' message......In a moment, the candles will be lit, as the family prepare for the end of another fulfilling day in Bugosiland.......
Here are the sublime words (penned by uncle/Sir Bluebottle) which end the evening's viewing....
''Tis midnight!...I must pull the frog,
(the time to watch tv no longer),
We'll pat the wife and kiss the dog,
as lights go out in Bonga-Bonga"