This here bringer of the pooper to the fun party

Patatomic and Rebecca

  • (Doing the chair dance with Plum)

    Allnight!
    Allnight!

  • Henryk_

    oh yes,,Lance Armstrong…and H A’s spoonerisms!

  • And Henryk … it may be Saturday night where you are, me son … but here on the East Coast of Canada, it’s just barely 9 AM …

  • note to Henry: read dooce’s previous post entitled Lance Armstrong, then go to bed

  • Henryk_

    recysted……..my, we are sharp tonight!

  • don’t blame you, Nilbo, avoid llances at all costs

  • I thought you were supposed to have it cysted, Nilbo.

  • Henryk_

    not cysted………lanced!!

  • Henryk_

    but, some poltice, or magnoplasm might do the trick as well!

  • Hehehe Henryk … you’re quite right … in Aus, it’s all “Bruce”. And Vanessa, I was supposed to have that done. But I recysted.

  • Henryk_

    n…….greater people than you have cocked up here as well!

  • Henryk_

    oops….Nilbo..that’s enough of the wine for me…..methinks!!

  • n

    oh my goodness! i have been reading this blog for about a month now and just this morning figured out how to leave a comment! Talk about a all time dork~! Thanks for letting me stop by and have a giggle or two Dooce..have a great weekend!

  • Henryk_

    Vanessa, such an easy name to pronounce….bruce!

  • Henryk_

    ok Niblo….correct me on this one as well!!!

  • Ah, Vanessa … but the question is, how is it pronounced?

    I had a llanfair once .. but I had it llanced.

  • I believe in Welsh, “Gawwwwd” is also pronouced “Jones”.

  • Hey, Henryk, I have a llanfair…stamped in my passport…some place in Wales.

  • Henryk_

    Now I am really confused! I will finish this rather yummy 2004 white shiraz, and call it a night!

  • That’s silly, Henryk … in Welsh, it’s “Smythe”, and it’s spelled “Ppwlldylwwlddwylp”

  • Henryk_

    Gawwwwdddd….will I ever learn??!!

  • Henryk_

    coskel…thats good…..it’s rude to ‘chat’ with your mouth full!

  • Patatomic??

  • “Welcome to llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch … pronounced “Jones””

  • Henryk_

    Patatomic???????????

  • Henryk_

    llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch , I always pronounced it….Smith!

  • Good morning from Michigan – where I wish I could have a muffin – not a talking one, though. I’m hungry. 🙂

  • Henryk_

    Maeby, where are you from and what’s the time there? Please

  • Henryk_

    Maeby…..it’s 11:27pm Saturday here……going to hit the old farter very soon!

  • Bye Yamilla nice chatting to you, thanks for the link. Henry_K try and get some sleep. The rest of you doocettes have a great day 🙂

  • Henryk_

    desiree….what have you been drinking??

  • Henryk_

    good nirht Ginger

  • Maeby

    my, Henry you’re just a regular old chatter box this mornin’ arencha?
    Did you eat your muesli?

  • desiree

    mmmmm… very warm and fuzzy!

  • Henryk_

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh……bundy rum…..yummo

  • Gingermog: very cool,Llainfairpwll sounds so intresting. Have you been to the red cave and the church?
    Yes I am impressed with Henryk and his spelling even after 1 or 3 beers and I spell like shit. I need a coffee!!! Or maybe a beer and some bundy rum.

  • Henryk_

    I am a fraud, for I know how to cut and paste!

  • Henryk_

    in a while, crocadile!

  • Ok all you doocers and doocettes. i am off to have some breaky, and to work hard.
    Have a good morning or a good night to those in Aus-tralia (HenryK that means you),

    chau, ta-ta-ta, see ya later aligator

  • Henryk_

    Good(?) morning KD……..AHHHH YES, THE JOYS OF PARENTHOOD!

  • Yamilla we call the village Llainfairpwll or llainfair pg for short. The whole name is a bit of a late 19th scam to pull in visitors and translates into “Saint Mary’s Church in the hollow of the white hazal near a rapid whirlpool and the Church of St. Tysilio of the red cave” I don’t know who started it. HenryK I am impressed with your spelling!

  • Gingermog:
    The book is called “Rocky Trip” or in spanish “La ruta de los galeses en Patagonia” by Sergio Sepiurka. Here is a link http://www.lsf.com.ar/libros/1/987112112.asp

  • Ohmygod gingermog. Is that really true?
    The closest town to where i am at is trevelin (welsh) and then theres trewlew. That is the closest thing we have to ainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch
    so how did you call your town for short? ainfair?

  • KD

    Good morning to the Dooce household! Very cute pic. Nice way to start a Saturday. Much better than being up every three hours all night long with a congested baby. Ah, ain’t motherhood grand?

  • Yes Yamilla I do speak Welsh and was brought up in a billingual home with lots of Welsh chapel on Sundays. What is the name of your parent’s friend? I’ll try and get a copy of his book, it sounds interesting.

  • Henryk_

    llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch…..did I spell that correctly?

  • Henryk_

    Niblo….is that the name of a Welsh train station I have seen before?

  • Lol Nilbo that is so true. I grew up 17 miles from llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch possibly the longest place name in the world (?)

  • Henryk_

    Good one Niblo…hahahaha

  • gingerog: Do you speak welsh?
    Yes there are many welsh people here where I live, or of welsh decent. There is a 100 year old welsh church here, and people whoese surnames are Willams, Evans and Jones and have blue eyes. A friend of my parents has just written a book about the welsh community here and how they arrived on the “Mimosa” so long ago.