Wednesday, 4 March 2009

An Unkindness of Ravens - Part II

The battle between good and evil continues at Hissingfirst.. but exactly who are the baddies?

Don't miss episode two

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And if you missed last weeks episode catch up here

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Editors note: It is very difficult to get the timings on these gifs right and account for different broadband or reading speeds. Let me know if it is generally too fast or too slow and I'll see if I can adjust it.

13 comments:

emmat said...

i'm sorry but i started laughing at this when i saw it in Google reader before i'd even made it to the blog

ahhhh
sigh of happiness that you are in the world!

emmat said...

yep, just wiped away a little tear. The price of the fricking twine made me piss myself
I can't wait for chris to arrive - I like his CIA man chic. Something tells me S Raven is definitely a Slytherin

Arabella Sock said...

Tee hee! The CIA man is in fact Jack Bauer off 24 - he does look strangely like Chris (I think they are both untall). And I can assure you that by next week he will BE Chris! Thanks for the idea. LOL!

Anonymous said...

There is something about the whole show that is just so Corrie-for the-thinking-classes, don't you think? I particularly liked your Hissinghurst bunnies. They should defo be selling those in the gift shop.

I have been doing some comparethemeercat(or bunny).com price comparisons.

In Poundland versus SR, I find Sarah Bernhardt peony, £6.95 SRs, or a quid at poundland. Anemone 'the bride' 40 corms a mere snip at £10.50 SRs, or a bag of them for a quid at Poundland.

Of course, you have to pay for quality. Just not that much. My poundland specials are coming along just fine.

HappyMouffetard said...

Brilliant - as always. I'm not going to mention her prices - I am starting to come across as a bit obsessive about it...

VP said...

I can assure you your TEST worked, even though it's not here ;)

Arabella Sock said...

Hi Anon

I'm prepared to factor in quite a lot for the pleasure of purchase, a plant bought from the RHS at Wisley is always going to give me more pleasure than the equivalent from B&Q. But some of Sarah's stuff is taking the piss. Tee hee you are not the only one obsessed about it Happy M. (Although that reminds me that the Bedsock did buy some seeds from there when we visited last year I guess I ought to do something with them!)

Corrie-for-the-thinking classes - I like it. Perhaps I will introduce devil-boy David into the next episode!

Hi VP. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't sleep so I logged on to the computer and all the content of the blog had disappeared! The test seemed to bring it back but it gave me a nasty shock at the time and then I had nightmares about the 'attack of the killer suitcases' a dream in which I was being pursued by zombie suitcases with sharp snapping teeth and there was blood and guts and zombies everywhere. I might need therapy.

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

"giggle" Very good -
The timing is fine for me

HappyMouffetard said...

What childhood trauma leads one to have nightmares about zombie killer suitcases?

Arabella Sock said...

It was so weird!! At first I knew I was dreaming so I thought it was funny and then I realised these suitcases were out to kill me and there were zombies everywhere. I was running and I forced myself to wake up.. and then I was so scared I would go back into the dream that I had to go and find the cats and make them give me a cuddle. :(

HappyMouffetard said...

Now I have a vision of a suitcase with the toe end of a sock just hanging out of it. The suitcase then belches and consumes the remaining visible piece of sock...

jro said...

The timing is fine whatever it is, because it is no hardship to go back and have a second read!

A jacuzzi right in the centre of the White Garden would be wonderful...

Yolanda Elizabet Heuzen said...

More fun than the original, and less pricey too. ;-)