- 24/04/2020 at 14:18 #135315Alan HamiltonParticipant
There is a traditional Scottish Prayer that goes
Frae ghoulies and ghosties
And lang-leggedy beasties
And things that go bump in the nicht,
Guid Lord, deliver us!
And things that go bump in the nicht
And their homes made from papier mache apple holders from Sainsburys fruit box and bits of decorative blue slate rescued from a flower pot. Some flock and grass tufts added.
24/04/2020 at 14:31 #135317Hafen von SchlockenbergParticipant
Nice figures, but. . .apple holders! Why didn’t I think of that?
‘Of course, of course! Absurdly simple, like most riddles when you see the answer.’24/04/2020 at 14:32 #135318PatriceParticipant
Superb and original.
Um, and I see they seem to live in giant haggis mounds, is it a part of the nightmare?
https://www.anargader.net/24/04/2020 at 14:41 #135322Alan HamiltonParticipant
Superb and original. Um, and I see they seem to live in giant haggis mounds, is it a part of the nightmare?
They are not Haggis mounds. As everyone knows the wild haggis lives on the mountains and has its legs shorter on one side than the other to facilitate running around mountains see http://www.robertburns.org.uk/Assets/Documents/haggisarticle.pdf
They are endangered by tourists dogs
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