Because there's no such thing as "too much yarn".
that is HYSTERICAL! i think i'll smile about it all day. i hope the rooster got the hint. :)
That has to be one of the funniest, original warnings I have ever seen. Hysterical describes it perfectly!!!
I wish I'd been able to find the rooster in our neighborhood last summer. I'd have done the same thing. Sunrise around here in summer is about 5am. Stupid rooster.
That is the funniest thing I have seen in quite some time! My laptop does not thank you, however, as it was drenched with coffee as I read your post.Cock-a-doodle-do indeed!
will there be any message in response?
Is the neighbor's issue an over all rooster intolerance, or could there maybe be some negotiation whereby Izzy could perhaps be in a very dark coop until an appropriate hour for rising?I wish "she" could come here. I love Delawares!
Laughing out loud here!!! Is it possible to bribe the neighbour with an egg..?(and to avoid the morning call, a dark coop should be sufficient)
Funny! Lol. A long time ago someone had a rooster in my part of town...let's just say it didn't sing its song for very long.Someone cherished their morning sleep around here.
Hysterical!I think I read that saying in one of the Little House books, but it was: Whistling girls and crowing hens always come to some bad end.
Ha!!! That sure made me laugh!
roflmao! Beware the Colonel!!
Oh boy.Izzy watch out.
OMG! That's hilarious!
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