Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Sockanory

The Sea of Immeasurable Gravy is proud to bring you their new production

SOCKANORY

Are you sitting comfortably children? Then I'll begin...

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12 comments:

Crusty Bedsocks said...

Haha! Naania & the Balti belt Brilliant! Must say that Prince Chrispian looks a bit of a girl with long hair though :o)

Ryan said...

Very entertaining!

Well done!

Ryan

emmat said...

that is like, so classy.

VP said...

Onwards and upwards Arabella!

My spies in Birmingham think the field might be next to the Botanic Gardens, so I'm expecting some 'help' from that direction to arrive at Greenacre any day now. Various palms and tropical plants will appear as if by magic - after all, they did say they wanted the gardening nation to 'donate' plants for the garden.

Trouble is, if my spies are right, that wasn't a rugby field it was the hockey pitch where I played against Edgbaston C of E many moons ago and Edgbaston's rather classy, not Balti.

Arabella Sock said...

Ooooooh no VP! We don't want anywhere classy it will spoil the whole concept. I think you may have tumbled their ruse about the 'donations' perhaps they will resurrect Joe's Jungle garden.

Crusty, I think La Belle Beardshaw makes a very pretty girl!

emmat said...

Cor yes bring back the jungle garden because we were all really missing that one... Especially you Arabella.

Arabella Sock said...

Emma perhaps people could donate some houseplants that Joe could grow outdoors in the Jungle Garden. I'm sure they haven't tried that before!

VP said...

Ah yes, the Jungle Garden - so that's why Joe's advocating green is hot this year!

HappyMouffetard said...

Wonderful!
I think Joe is advocating green as that will be the predominant colour of his allotment, when the horse tail returns this year like many headed hydra after being rotovated last year.

emmat said...

yes, mmm, Let me gaze into the crystal ball and make some garden future predictions for the season of 2009, mmm,,, i"m seeing.... green...
That'll be £20 please

The Intrepid Explorer (Maggi) said...

A wonderful tale of intrigue and derring do!

A most enjoyable interlude after a really dreary day at work (2 dreary days if I'm honest). :o)

Lia Leendertz said...

I have never thought of Chris Beardshaw as a camp prince before, now he will never seem the same... You have a strange and wonderful talent Arabella! I didnt trust my eyes. It was even funnier the second time.