Feebility and foxes

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I like how the cubs started trying to kill each other, while mum fox became super interested in a daisy.

Wallydrag  – feeble person or animal. Runt of the litter

While checking wallydrag, Google suggested:

Sneckdraw  –  a sly crafty person trying to worm his way in.

Housal  – belonging to the house

The last few days I’ve been chased by a migraine. I have intense dreams about dying and then wake up with my back all twisted up. It’s getting a bit shit now. Anyway, so this is a short little blog, with foxes and words. I hope you all staying sane and delightful, keeping the plague away.

A few things to stay safe the government haven’t suggested yet, but may work:

  • A rabbit’s foot nailed to the door (only if the rabbit is already dead, otherwise is cruel).
  • A sprig of rosemary under the doormat (unfortunately my rosemary bush died last year. Coincidence?)
  • Three left shoes arranged in a triangle in front of a mirror (this really works!)
  • A tissue soaked in bleach on your pillow (this may explain the bad dreams)
  • I believe some people are also using rainbows drawn on the pavement to ward off evil, but they must be drawn by a child at midnight and I haven’t been able to procure one yet.

5 thoughts on “Feebility and foxes

  1. A daisy would hold my attention for awhile too. I might try the tissue soaked in bleach on my pillow. Best check for colorfastness first. On the plus side, a bleach faded pillow cover is all the rage during Covid-19.

    On another matter, I felt like a sneckdraw trying to get an autographed print copy of SuperNice.

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    1. One day soon a print copy may even exist! Not sure how I’d sign it when you’re in the US though, there must be an app for that!
      A tissue in bleach is much safer than drinking the stuff, although thinking about it maybe a dab of cinnamon would be safer. I shall suggest that to Trump.

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