In case anyone else was curious too :)
Oy. Years ago my Mum’s baby brother came to visit us from Scotland. At the time we lived on the East Coast here in America, a short ride to many amazing beaches, so of course we took him down the shore. He REFUSED to remove both his socks, and sandals, in the sweltering heat on our gorgeous sandy beaches.
Our area was inundated with ‘banana-hammock’ wearing Canadian men every year. To this day I am not sure which of those memories is worse. At least my uncle was fully dressed! (I think we did get him in shorts though).
I was wondering if she had some cocker spaniel in her. Great dogs, kinda leaky though. Back in the day I knew someone who had one whose tail was never docked. Adorable!
I always thought of it as ‘bouquet’ as in a beautiful flower arrangement that she could use at one of her little soiree’s :P
Tonic immobility. All you need to do to make a Great White docile and sweet is flip them on their back. It induces a sleep like state in them for up to 15 minutes, more than enough time for you to reach your hand into their teeth filled mouths and wrangle the hook out of their mouths.
Feel free to let us know how it went should you ever get to try it… assuming you can still type with your remaining hand, of course. ;)
But tonic immobility is real, and trained professional scientists do use it to tag sharks.
This cartoon is from 2001, when idiots were sending anthrax, real and fake, through the USPS.
Phone, wallet, keys, glasses is my ‘out the door’ mantra! Anyone have a weird one?
Every once in a while he’ll use telescopic legs, or something. Otherwise I can see the assumption that he was a real dog.