Sunday, February 12, 2012

Ahemmorage for Mr. Thundra

The Black Orb appeared on the back lawn at Riddled Manor overnight. Radio spectrum analyses has revealed multiple You Tubers videos playing at the same time and movement sensors tuned to left-foot activity.
We, here at Riddled, are strong believers in the rules of hospitality and giving people all the bean and sparrow soup they can take but we do appreciate some warning of friends of friends just dropping in. 

13 comments:

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

related.

Although located in Milwaukee, the creature in front does not APPEAR to be a squirrel.

Jennifer said...

Things will never be the same...

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

What, a shout from the front lawn on the way in isn't good enough, anymore?
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vacuumslayer said...

Bean and Sparrow soup, huh? My, aren't we fancy? Some of us just serve cassoulet.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

We can't afford sparrows at my place.

They're just too scarce.
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Another Kiwi said...

I suppose Ms La dee dah Vacuumslayer thinks we pluck the sparrows or something?
Occasionally, Mrs Cat will take the head offa one but we don't go for gussying our food up too much, here

vacuumslayer said...

Oh, so you can afford to hire Ozzy Osborne as a chef but you pretend to be humble country folks? Whatevs.

fish said...

Look, a swallow could not drop that on your lawn. It is a simple issue of weight ratios.

Gentlewoman said...

Wow, Iffy, that's quite the phalanx of sparrers you've got going there.

NEEDS MOAR BENGAL CAT.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Never had bean and sparrow soup, but sparrow marrow is a favorite round these parts.

Jennifer said...

Look, a swallow could not drop that on your lawn. It is a simple issue of weight ratios.

African or English?

fish said...

Well an African swallow could do it, but they are not migratory.

wiley said...

Someone is probably looking for that thing right now, wondering how the hell they managed to lose it, and fearing it may have been tampered with.