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Why is there a chook in The Bucket?
I have no idea.
Sometimes I simply become obsessed by matters trivial and paltry.

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"Life is like a sewer. What you get out of it, depends upon what you put into it." (Tom Lehrer)

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  1. Don't tell me. It's magic mushroom season again, isn't it.

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  2. Have you been playing with toads again?

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  3. by matters trivial and paltryDon't you mean poultry?I've already got my coat and I won't be letting the door hit me in the ass on my way out…

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  4. Don't tell me. It's magic mushroom season again, isn't it. I was just trying out a few more experiments with the toads to make sure we didn't get it wrong before 😉

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  5. Have you been playing with toads again?Good entertainment is hard to find when you live in the bush Emjay.And there are no weird looking people on my street to photograph ;-)(and NO, Snowy this is not an opportunity for you to suggest I should start snapping self portraits)

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  6. Don't you mean poultry?What a strange coincidence. Spellchecker dun failed me agen.

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  7. Damn these computers, GOF. Seemingly yu can rely on nothing these days.

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  8. This is superb, though the chicken does look a bit fowl!

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  9. I had to google "chook."I know chicks, cockerels, pullets, roosters, capons and hens but nary hear'd of chook afore.I'm still working on bringing "castussed" to the lower 48. So far, it's not catching, damn it.

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  10. That's the cutest angry sword-bearing rooster I've ever seen! He would look great in our living room, is he hand made? 😀

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  11. though the chicken does look a bit fowl!Damn, I missed out on that one 😉

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  12. I know chicks, cockerels, pullets, roosters, capons and hens but nary hear'd of chook afore."Chook" covers everything above. Your knowledge of "Strine" (thats how we pronounce "Australian"), far exceeds my accumulated understanding of Ozark-isms and m-t-isms, but I am working hard to catch up.

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  13. I agree. I thought he was really cute too. The picture just appeared off-topic on another website I visit. Sadly I don't know any more details, but he certainly looks as though he was handmade by someone.

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  14. Sorry Pete. I'm surprised I managed anything like that as usually my brain functions in a different time zone to my body.

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  15. I forgot to mention, GOF, congratulations on capturing the essence of the sound of a chookAn onomatopoeia if I am not mistaken…

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  16. An onomatopoeia if I am not mistaken…Proudly all my own work Pete ;->And, Globet will kill me for this, but when she was little with skinny legs I used to call her "Bu'Kark". It is really a wonder of the modern world that she speaks to me at all now that she is all "growed up".

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  17. Ahh, but Globet will only kill you for it if she knows you've written it. I'm keeping quiet, I wasn't even here….

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  18. Between you, GOF and Snowy, I'm getting a good laugh to start the day.Always look forward to checking my Google reader first thing in the morning.

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  19. I'm keeping quiet, I wasn't even here…. Sheesh, I didn't even write it. There's someone out there masquerading as GOF……I'll wring his scrawny neck if ever I find out who it is.

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  20. Thanks Peter. I try not to overload my blog with too much serious stuff.Also don't underestimate your own weekly mirth contribution.I really appreciate my little circle of Vox friends and the amazing variety of talents and interesting perspectives they bring into my life.

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  21. The NFf is the pick of my emails. I reckon I average a dozen a day of which I send out one to acquaintances entitled Email test. Then the pick of them makes the weekly.It's a great collection here. There is a lot of experience here collectively and I have had to have a rethink on more than one occasion. Can't ask for more than that.

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