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gobble, gobble, gobble

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Twiglett Tue 26-Jul-05 17:51:24

someone has replaced my almost 15 month old DD with a little goose ... she's spent the last few days just going gobble, gobble, gobble just like a goose

<gobble, gobble, gobble>

katierocket Tue 26-Jul-05 17:52:13

crikey that was bad luck, you didn't see the switch then?

Lucycat Tue 26-Jul-05 17:53:52

Should be useful when she starts to lay for you.

Can you sell eggs on mn?

Twiglett Tue 26-Jul-05 17:54:54

yeah you think I might've noticed the switcharoo

DS just threw a cushion at her which hit her right in her face and whilst I was telling him off she stood there laughing with glee .. quite takes the sting out of a telling-off I find


<gobble, gobble, gobble>

happymerryberries Tue 26-Jul-05 17:56:07

My 5 year old is quite often a puppy atm!

SoupDragon Tue 26-Jul-05 17:58:14

Could be a beneficial switch. You're legally allowed to leave a goose penned in your garden.

But isn't it turkeys that go gobble gobble? Geese HONK!

Twiglett Tue 26-Jul-05 18:00:19

oh yes

someone has replaced my brian with a chicken obviously

Twiglett Tue 26-Jul-05 18:00:43

would like to point out you are the only one to notice that soupy

SoupDragon Tue 26-Jul-05 18:02:29



HONK!

hunkermunker Tue 26-Jul-05 18:03:16

Aww - how sweet!

DS has progressed from boom-boom-boom to doh-doh-doh!

SoupDragon Tue 26-Jul-05 18:03:24

<<SD skips happily out to the kitchen safe in the knowledge that she can still correctly identify her Old Mac Donald farm animal noises>>

WigWamBam Tue 26-Jul-05 18:04:46

I wish someone would replace my brian with a chicken. It might be more use to me that way.

Twiglett Tue 26-Jul-05 18:07:55

LOL .. DS and DD lying like bookends on the couch gobbling to each other

sometimes life just works (whether you've a chicken or a brian)

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