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The Maison Des Girrafes Caption Competition #67

Here’s a snap I took this morning in the Vestibule des Girrafes, featuring Emma the until recently pissed-off Siamese Cat, and Heidi the Dog. Now, normally, I’d invite captions, and you may submit some if you wish. However, to make … Continue reading

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Tolkien in Cromer

I knew that J. R. R. Tolkien had once visited Norwich, but imagine my shock and awe at the news, communicated by my friend Mr M. A.-B. – colleague, fellow Tolkienist and translator into German of The Science of Middle-earth -  that … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Scarcely-Clad Blonde Cavorts in Waves

Now, I wonder how much traffic this’ll bring in? A post I wrote about chicken husbandry about three years ago continues to be popular in Pakistan and parts of the Middle-East. It was called Hot Girl-on-Girl Action.

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It Has Not Escaped Our Notice #766

I have been deluged with several signs portents signs from our Latin America Correspondent, Dr A. C. of Santiago de Chile. There’s this; this; this; and, notwithstanding inasmuch as which, this; I wonder what this is trying to tell us?

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The Return Of Yet Another Mystery Fish For You To Identify

Earlier this evening I was on the beach with a number of people and dogs, the human contingent comprising (apart from myself) Messrs M. P.. W. P. and O. P. of Cromer, together with Miss G. P. of Cromer, and … Continue reading

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Another Mystery Fish For You To Identify

Here’s a fishy tail I found on Cromer beach today. Here’s a detail. The skin is very rough, and those spines are wickedly sharp – they look (and feel) like the thorns on a rose bush, and thereby hangs a … Continue reading

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Tzores

Things aren’t going entirely to plan. An irritating niggle is threatening my grand erection with flaccidity, but it’ll be sorted out – eventually. Mrs Crox locked herself out of her office, which occasioned some drama. And when I opened the … Continue reading

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The Maison Des Girrafes Caption Competition #97

‘I had a dream, and in this dream, I dreamed that we’d evolved opposable thumbs’

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Imposter

There is more to this house… … than is at first apparent. (With thanks to Mr G. S. of Glasgow for spotting this).

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It Has Not Escaped Our Notice #77

This one kindly brought to our attention by Dr C. E. of Vancouver. I’ve seen papers about cell signalling that are less confusing than this.

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