Strangest sight in your street?

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  1. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    Whats the strangest sight you have ever had in your street?

    This was ours last weekend. This is 3rd time they have been around now. This time only 2 of them last time there were 3. They are called Bacon, Sausage and Sizzle apparantly(no idea which is which)

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  3. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears Bring me that horizon Moderator

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    :lmao: :lmao:

    Isn't the little black one cute!! :goodvibes
     
  4. jjk

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    :rotfl::rotfl:

    maybe they are on their way to market and number 3 stayed home ;)
     
  5. joolz1910

    joolz1910 <font color=green>I would have gone down to recept

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    Perhaps they are running to their brother's house, who lives in a house made of bricks...;)
     
  6. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears Bring me that horizon Moderator

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    I now have tea spluttered all over my screen :rotfl2:
     
  7. Danauk

    Danauk <font color=green>I would be sitting on the patio

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    That picture is cute!!

    I think my friend and I caused the strangest sight ever in our street, but there was a good explanation for it. We are in a theatre company and we were doing Half a Sixpence. The opening scene required a cat. For the past 3 performances the lead who had to handle the cat had brought his, but by the 4th show the cat figured it was going to be caputured and taken to the theatre so it decided not to come home!! So knowing that I owned a very friendly cat that was confident around a lot of people I was asked to go home and get my cat. I knew he was not in the house, but that he would either be in the conservatory or out the front of the house in the street. The only problem with this was the fact that my friend and I were in costume ready to go on stage (complete period costume with make up and wig!!) My cat wasn't in the conservatory but I saw him in the street, so my friend and I in our full costume, cat basket in hand was slowly walking down the street, yelling my cats name (Cheeky!!) trying to get my cat and put him in the basket!!!! Now because we were shouting "Cheeky" quite loudly and the fact that there were 2 women wondering down the street in period costume with wigs caused a few people to look out of their windows!! After a few minutes we did manage it, got back to the theatre 5 minutes before curtain up and my cat went on stage. He did so well, he completly stood up the lead man. The lead man was holding him as the curtain opened, my cat saw the audience, purred very loudly down the lead mans microphone much to the audiences delight!!
    So there you go, I think I can safely say that you would not see that in your street every day!!
     
  8. karentan

    karentan <font color=green>my main job for tomorrow is to g

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    lol at that photo, he's definately a BOY pig!! :rotfl:
     
  9. Deedee

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    Obviously no one knows my next door neighbours :lmao:
     
  10. BRobson

    BRobson <font color=green>Beavers is a dangerous place to

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    Funnily enough that was the first thing I noticed :flower3:
     
  11. Cyrano

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    What are you like :lmao:;)
     
  12. Muscateer

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    All your comments made me laugh, set me up for the day.:lmao:

    Many years ago I used to work in a transport office and I looked out of the window and saw an elephant walking past. Now if I had been out for a drink or two at lunchtime I would have worried. It wasn't pink and it was a elephant from a Circus that was going to get weighed on the weigh bridge they use for the lorries.
     
  13. mandymouse

    mandymouse <font color=red>If It's Not A Bahama Mama Then I'm

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    :rotfl2::rotfl2::rotfl2:
     
  14. saratogagirl

    saratogagirl <font color= CC0066>I need books, and wine and Ian

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    strangely enough I couldn't help but notice its a boy too!!
     
  15. howlongtillsummer?

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    Funny!

    But do not...
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    ever...


    GET TEA ON YOUR SCREEN -

    Spit the other direction!
     
  16. howlongtillsummer?

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    Oh, and we twice had a fox on our street. Someone was cleverly trying to call it over to pet it. Don't know how many stitches she got, couldn't watch...
     
  17. craigs bride

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    Aww cute ..! nothing ever happens in our street .!
     
  18. Becx N Gav

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    Not sure if this counts but we once came home to find a cow in our back garden - our house backed onto a field and it got through the hedge! When the farmer found out he put up a fence :thumbsup2
     

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