Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Health and Safety VI

Back by popular demand!!!! The Sea of Immeasurable Gravy is happy to welcome the return of those fabulous, those wonderful, those two and only...



Martyn Cox said...

Those health and safety dogs should look at sowing little seeds. They're terribly painful if they get stuck under the finger nails.

Fat Rascal said...

My favourites, great to see them back!

Thought they may have got left behind on the Berryfields compost heap.

Arabella Sock said...

The fingernail idea is good. The H&S Dogs are also working on "How to survive being attacked by a giant spider in the shed" and "Why you should avoid poking sharp sticks in your eye" which I believe is a little graphic!

Fat Rascal, the dogs survived being blown up by Toby digging up a WWII bomb but went into a coma for a while. In an "Ashes to Ashes" style scenario they went back through time to a rather ghastly Chippenham fetish garden which I believe now belongs to Brian Harvey (who once ran over his own head with his car).

The Black Fingernail said...

hose H&S dogs really need to do a spot on leaving an automatic car in reverse mode.

They also need to caution against hanging baskets. Lydney Town Council's* insurance company has said that it requires a "load bearing" test on every basket before insurance will be given.

Some people say they find hanging baskets a bit tacky. I don't. And anyway I've heard Barcelona's cathedral is very Gawdy and that never gets criticised!


* Lydney is a flexible family orientated place in the Forest of Dean. As in your Aunty is your sister and also your mother in law sort of place.

Simon said...

You do make me larf!

Word vericication is minginsi. Sounds like something you'd put in a hanging basket.

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Ahh, they're back good-o

Yolanda Elizabet Heuzen said...

I heart Mutt and Jeff! Will the boys do also a spot on how to survive the next episode of GW? Talk about health hazards; blood pressures will be rising to dangerous levels all over Britain and environs. Not to mention viewers vomiting left, right and centre. ;-)