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What do you think of "Ting og tang" - sounds funny? This is my variant of the expression.PJ
Oh no, Mimi, broken 'bobs'... I'll have to go shopping for some new ones or break out the Elmer's glue.... :) :)PJ, thanks for having fun with the puzzle.... Odds and Ends.... Bits and Bobs.... Odds and Sods... A little of this and a little of that... :) :)Thank you, Kirsten... I'd forgotten "Odds and Sods", even though I hear it quite often in Western Australia... Love the expressions here, they're softer, more descriptive... Just good fun.... Ava good one, mate.... :) :)Thanks, Francine... I like to make these.... Got to go find some more 'Bits' or 'Bobs'... for the next one.... :) :)Methinks you thinkus right.... It does have an Aboriginal Art look.... Except, of course, for the palm trees and lack of dots.... :) :)
Odds and ends. For some reason I thought of Ayers Rock and the Aborigines when I first saw it. Three or four of the symbols could be ancient methinks.
Cute images. Thanks Sally. (1:47)
Lovely odds and sods, Sally!! Thanks so much!! :))))
How interesting - I've not come across the expressions 'Bits and Bobs' before. Could I ask where it is used....PJ
Yes - and I stumbled in the mess! Ok, I had a wonderful time with this humorous puzzle!PJ
Uh oh! I hate to tell you but one of the bobs broke! Still great though!