I Know A Predator When I See One — Life in the Boomer Lane

Renee has hit the nail smack bang on the head with her assessment of the man pretending to be POTUS!

A predator in the animal kingdom is defined as an animal that kills or eats other animals for food. The most successful predators are not necessarily the biggest and the strongest. They are the ones with the sharpest predatory instincts. They are fast. They have heightened senses. They have good camoflage. They can attack without their prey ever sensing […]

I Know A Predator When I See One — Life in the Boomer Lane

Lundi limerick #84

A lady from Usk in South Wales

bought an elephant tusk in the sales

She painted it green

and could often be seen

hanging out every dusk with the males

 

Usk is classed as a large village rather than a town. With a population of about 2,900 it boasts a Category C prison, a Rural Life Museum, a natural burial meadow, a number of pubs, restaurants and antique shops, and won the Wales in Bloom competition 35 times in a row.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usk

Rapid rhyme #22

Easter Sunday, boiler’s broke

phone the gas, they send a bloke

social distance makes it hard

shout to him across the yard

 

Cat goes crazy, races round

scratches bloke then goes to ground

launches right across his head

goodness me I think he’s dead

 

Thank the Lord he’s coming round

the cat once more has gone to ground

the boiler well and truly broken

the bloke at least has now awoken!

 

No cats, or blokes, were hurt in the writing of this poem! The boiler, however, is crying – all over the once dry bedding and towels. Happy Easter everyone.

Twittering Tales #156 – 1 October 2019

It’s time again, for Kat Myrman’s wonderful challenge, to write a story, inspired by her picture prompt, in 280 characters or fewer.

Here is this week’s prompt and my contribution.

Check out all the fabulously creative entries here and, if you’ve never had a go, why not try a story of your own? You may surprise yourself!

bear-3801041_1280Photo by David Cardinez@pixabay.com

 

Bruno was really very pleased with his new SUV.

It wasn’t the precise colour he’d wanted, but the layout was superb, and the extras far surpassed any other make.

It was the first car to be fitted with a bathroom.

Bruno could now answer the age old question with “No, in the car!”

 

(276 characters)

Lundi limerick #52

 

Aardvarks have very poor sight

and eat many termites each night

50,000 they say

then they sleep through the day

after washing them down with a Sprite.

 

(they don’t really drink Sprite, but the 50,000 is accurate!)

Well, I’ve gone from A to Z and back again with animal, birds, and insect limericks. What to do next week? Answers please on the back of a £50 note!

Twittering Tales #153 – 10 September 2019

It’s time again, for Kat Myrman’s wonderful challenge, to write a story, inspired by her picture prompt, in 280 characters or fewer.

Here is this week’s prompt and my contribution.

Check out all the fabulously creative entries here and, if you’ve never had a go, why not try a story of your own? You may surprise yourself!

slatsPhoto by Nadiya Ploschenko at Unsplash.com

They had been at it for hours!

They didn’t seem to mind who heard them, and, in the glare of the lights, who saw them!

She’d never heard such grunting and groaning. It was all rather embarrassing!

Tomorrow she will adjust the security lights so they are not triggered by hedgehogs!

(279 characters)

 

Hopefully you will be able to access one of the links to find the source of my tale!

https://nypost.com/2019/08/05/noisy-hedgehog-sex-carousel-keeps-neighbors-up-at-night/

https://www.foxnews.com/world/hedgehogs-mating-germany-awake

This is the first time ever that I have tagged a post with “sex”.  It will be interesting to see how many new followers I get!