Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Top Shelf Reading Material...

My week...

Click then right click to enlarge this rubbish!

32 comments:

sophie...^5 said...

You got something with this little gem...like...comic strip material...go for it!!

Calling Ravens said...

LOL! Nice sunset and moon photos.
Excellent!
xx

Chris said...

Ron - Sadly nobody would actually PAy to read this shit LOL!

M - No way near as cool as yours missy. Expecting an explanation for your recent post!

John Gray said...

I would pay!!!!
put zombies in it and we have a HIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
COULDNT ENLARGE IT!

John Gray said...

ps YOU ARE mad ASA BOX OF FROGS

Jim said...

Chris, how many times have you've been told how freaking clever you are? Too many I bet!! Yawn, yawn....says Chris.
This is one great way show us your week!
Thanks and at least the hen was happy!

Calling Ravens said...

Zombie Chickens....no wait, GIANT Zombie Chickens!!!

And I forgot: Not rubbish!

John, I noticed blogger has changed and I cannot click on any photo, even on my own blog, to view it original size. Have to download it and then view in a photo program.

Chris said...

John - mentally (& physically) I AM a zombie - does that count?
Anyway, I've never seen a box of frogs. Is that some kind of Welsh delicacy?

Jim - Flattery will get you EVERYWHERE lol!

M - Now there's a cool idea...

CLICK on the pic and then right click and select 'view image', then you can zoom in...(I'll put that on the post now)

Elaine said...

You are quite, quite mad, but I LOVE it. A lovely piece of work (the post) and I bet the hen was extremely happy too.

Have you had someone check out that hand of yours, it looks nasty.;D

Mitch Block said...

A little brains. A little talent. With an emphasis on the latter. (Well, emphasis on both). Very clever and very entertaining. Well done! But, so much for the saying, "It's so nice to have a man around the house."

Tom Stephenson said...

That was bloody fantastic, Chris. I am now hooked and want to see more. I promise I will never get stroppy and and delete any of your comments again. Honest. 'Till the next time.

Chris said...

Elaine - it was nasty, but I've had worse. Have I ever told you the story of the Stanley knife and the testicle?

Mitch - Emphasis on the little. John often got confused by the phrase 'get a man in'...LMAO

Tom - Don't make promises you can't keep! You silver-tongued rogue you...

Melodie said...

How many trips to the emergency room did it take to build that chicken coop???

Crow said...

Gosh I though my week was bad!

Thanks again for the laughter. You made me all better! Imagine the power you have stored in that brain of yours!

Hugs from WV.USA

Cro Magnon said...

Smackin brill Chris. I trust this will be a strip blog from now on. I wish I knew how to do all that stuff.

Chris said...

Melodie - St.John's Ambulance were on hand at all times. *

No novice woodworkers were harmed during the making of this strip.

Crow - I think you have the edge there but you've coped wonderfully!
I have a very, very small brain.

Cro - Remember Plug from 'Bash Street Kids' in the Beano. Yeah, that's me LOL!

Devonmama said...

Nhaha brilliant thanks Chris, gave me a good laugh amongst all the moving hoohaa. Hope the chickens appreciate it! ;)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Looks like a painful week!

I'm so impressed with your comic. I would have no clue how to pull together something like that.

Molly said...

That was really good

sarah toa said...

You are just out there, Chris. Wonderful work. (The strip I mean)

The Barefoot Crofter said...

Another normal day at the office then?
xx

Ms. Becky said...

well that was a hoot. thanks for the laughs, you're very clever! and thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hello, I truly appreciate it. I hope you have a calm weekend...

Mrs Bok - The Bok Flock said...

You make me laugh Chris!! And good advice. Get right back on it. Before I lose my nerve.
You should make a comic series! A mag would surely take you on as a regular columnist I reckon.

Chris said...

DM - hope you move has gone ok and there weren't too many breakages!

Lisa -it was more traumatic for the chooks. Seperating and moving them about was a lot of fun!

Molly - thankyou. Now about that vick...

Chris said...

Sarah - an aussie fishin' shack it was not. Although if I can get hold of some wriggly tin sheets I'll have a crack. :-)

Jacqui - if only!

Ms.B - it's started off a bit fraught but now I'm gonna start - wait for it - KNITTING!!!!!

Missus - yes! Get back to it immediately. I wanna see some more chooks surrounded by anti-fox Christmas tree lights by next week.

Thank God you didn't ask about the bees this time. Oh shit!!

Trish said...

Loving it!

Michelle My Bell said...

OUCH!!! Oh my! What am I going to do with you Chris? hahahaa! Electrifying, ummmmmm, YEAH! I would say so! :) Great work! But this is coming from a gal who's in a "FOREST" of Christmas trees! LOL

Rebecca said...

I haven't been in the blog world for a while, but I'm so glad I stopped in to check this out--too funny! Thanks for the laugh :)

Chris said...

Trish - many thanks :-)

Michelle - electrocution is the one thing I've not done yet. Hope I haven't jinxed myself there lol.

Becks - wondered where you'd got to. Chasing those chooks about no doubt ;-)

Steve Bailey said...

I love the comic book angle.... Actually turned out looking very good..... now to give you a super power? Well from the looks of this one it might be the power to heal quickly?

Janet said...

What a treat for me after returning to the blogasphere. CLEVER! Thanks for the belly laugh!

RCB said...

Excellent comic strip. I'm so impressed.... and jealous.