Changing the Guard at Buckingham palace

 

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9 Responses to Changing the Guard at Buckingham palace

  1. meltemian says:

    I can confirm the ‘saddle horse emissions’ !!!!
    Nice one fen’.

  2. LOL
    Any chance of an Attila the Huhnatic cartoon?

  3. Blackswan says:

    This is so brilliant Fen – I love the cranky looks on the ‘roos faces – not easy to harness the average Aussie into doing the bidding of such fools.

    I’d be interested to see one of those Ole Man Red ‘Roos wrap his beefy ‘arms’ around one of those ‘toy soldiers’ in your drawing – a good raking with those big hind toe-nails and the poor bloke would find his entrails all over his shiny boots.

    Ooo-ah, I’m a bad swan…..LOL

    PS – I reckon I’d look worried if I was the corgi too, no telling what an energetic young beagle pup might do.

  4. colliemum says:

    Brilliant, fenbeagle!

    Actually – I’d love to have one, would save on transport costs and parking fees, not to speak of insurance …

    Anything known how these beasties interact with, ahem, collies??

    • One giant leap forward. But we will have to proceed in small hops….. (You will probably get the Collie wobbles.)

    • Blackswan says:

      Depends on how big the beastie is and whether the collie has run him down and has him cornered. Not a happy outcome for the collie I’m afraid.

      As for transport – a great idea if you fancy a ride on a pogo-stick….lol.

  5. andyscrase says:

    Great stuff. I live in NZ which is the only country in the world proposing to tax methane from ruminants. It looks like you might have saved the NZ farmers!

    • …’proposing to tax methane from ruminants.’…………………………………………………I don’t think it will work Andy, they will never pay it. They have no income anyway, can’t fill out a tax return, and (to be honest) are not bright enough to understand the issue.

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