Aug 11 2017

Paucity of posts

I know, I know…

I haven’t written anything here for ages. As a result, I’ve had complaints.

But, it happens: sometimes, my blogging mojo just ups and leaves me.

But it usually comes back.


So, what’s been happening in the Masher household during this lack of posts?

Bugger all, that’s what.

The mutt is still getting bigger and is starting to look like a proper pooch now. But, she’s going through her adolescent stage – yep, that’s a thing, apparently. She gets stroppy and disobedient and sulky, whenever it suits her. So, now I have three teenagers in the house. Arrgh!

However, it’s not so bad at the moment, as Mrs Masher and the kids have gone down to the south of France, so me and muttley have had a week to ourselves and, as a result, she has had some serious ‘instruction’.  I’m pleased to say, that she is picking it up quite quickly now.  Just as well, as she is about to spend the next week with my brother-in-law, as I am off now to join the rest of the family in French France.

I’ll bring you back a croissant.

Au revoir


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  1. Juliette

    Look at you with your alliterative headlines! That’s what poncey, whimsical chicks do.

    French France. Just the ticket for a dog whisperer. I’ll have a stick of rock, please.

    Since you’re sodding off to Ooh-La-La land, I’ll leave you with my favourite joke. Feel free to use it on holiday to attract new friends.

    What do you call a French man wearing sandals?
    Phillipe – Faloppe. (Flip -flop – you get it, right?)

    1. Masher

      Yeah, I’m clever that way, Jules. I did originally write it as Pawcity, trying to squeeze a pun in there too. But it didn’t work.

      Anyway, they don’t do rock. If they did, it would have arrogance written all the way through it.
      So, you’ll have to be happy with a stale croissant.

      Yes, I get it, but I can’t believe that’s your favourite joke. Really?

      1. Juliette

        It’s my favourite because it pisses off the French.

        I can get a stale croissant from Asda. Try harder 😉

  2. Dave

    To where are you coming? The South of France is a big place but if I decide to hit anything else with a van it would be a bugger if it was you.

    1. Masher

      Is that in the danger area?

  3. Dave

    Our Regional capital but far enough away that you can sleep safely in your bed. Bon vacances!

  4. Frances

    Such a beautiful dog….she has lost her puppy look ! I live in hopes of seeing her in Pets at Home. ( Gypsy lane? Is that the one you go to?) Enjoy France.

    1. Masher

      She may not look like a puppy anymore, Frances, but she sure as hell still acts like one!

      No, we use the one in Dunstable.

  5. Brennig

    Who looks after Mutley whilst you’re all dahn sarf?

    1. Masher

      Extended family.

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