Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Spring Comes to Canada

Finally, the last patch of snow is melting in Mistress MJ's yard.


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Although it snowed TWICE last week and tonight's weather forecast calls for ICE PELLETS, the migratory birds have returned and today promises a sunny day with a high of 11°C (52°F).

There is hope that spring really has arrived here in Canada.

37 comments:

  1. The Official Infomaniac Sundial is working again!

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  2. ...and yet, his willie is still frozen.

    First to say first!

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  3. Ice pellets???
    What a tasty cocktail they would make, perhaps LX should take out the spare pillow cases and collect some...

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    1. WALLY: Ice pellets in a cocktail?

      Brilliant idea, Wally!

      We can use the sundial’s gnomon to stir the cocktail.

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  4. Mistress needs to find a stump, disrobe, stand upon the stump, and let the spring air wash the winter stink from her body.

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    1. COOKIE: Mistress MJ has a mind to give you a good slap.

      Instead, I’ll ask YOU to stand on the stump whilst I hose you down.

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    2. Ah go ahead, give her your best shot...

      SMACK THE BITCH!

      !

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    3. HUGGY JON: Cookie would take away my Hair Hall of Fame managerial privileges.

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  5. I am sure the Mistress is pleased as punch that the statue of the "Old Man with Erection" survived, yet another, Canadian winter!

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  6. Thank God, I can finally go to the beach now that those pesky Canadian snowbirds have migrated home.

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    1. AYEM8Y: Or as we like to call Florida, Floribec.

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    2. Uh-oh! That doesn't sound good... I don't think I'm going to clic!

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    3. But there's a photo of Rémy Girard near the bottom of the page.

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    4. LX: That slap that I was saving for Cookie?

      It's yours now.

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    5. Floribec looks lovely, just like Benidorm.

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    6. I'm just glad that the Los Tabarnacos are a dying specie.

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    7. MITZI: Benidorm? You just hit the nail sur la tête.

      Here’s a clip from the movie La Floride.

      HUGGY JON: You’ve just increased my vocabulary.

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    8. A new series of Benidorm Hurrah! As she says in the postcode lottery advert "Sharon we're off to Benidorm!"

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    9. Yet another good reason to live...Season six of Benidorm!

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  7. His poor old thing looks frozen stiff...

    I thought you had to make Snow Angels laying on your back...

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    1. PRINNY: We Canucks are a versatile lot.

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  8. is that the bulb you planted
    in 1942? kudos to you that
    it finally came up.

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    1. NORMA: The year was 1945.

      Thank you, Holland.

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    1. BLAZNG SCARLET: It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that schwing!

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  10. Is that one of those migratory birds in the picture?

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    1. JASON: He’s been plucked and is looking to get stuffed.

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  11. Did I say that spring has arrived?

    I take it back.

    Today's date: April 20th.

    It's SNOWING again.

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    1. AYEM8Y: I'd completely forgotten about 4/20.

      But then, that would be the short term memory loss side effects, wouldn't it?

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