Monday, August 8, 2011

He says, She says....

It's time to de-clutter the roosters with a friendly neighborhood re-housing agreement (still can't put them in a pot!).

Mine is the one on the right, the proud tall one, the one that looks STRONG and REGAL.......Daves is the UGLY runt on the left, Dave thinks his is more SPECIAL than mine.

I can only see one solution............... JOUSTING STICKS! Anyone got a couple of horses we could borrow?


10 comments:

The Beetle Shack said...

They are beautiful birds!! Pot them- go on. Dave and I just ate one of our ducks- it was an excellent experience that I blogged about and lost about 10 followers in 1 day- eek. who knew?

xo em

teddybearswednesday said...

Your one is way more handsome and smarter too, he knows how to pose for a picture- is his name Roger by any chance? Dave's one looks like he's all emo and got a bit of an attitude going on . There's no competition !
xo

HAZEL said...

no.competition...yours.is.gorgeous...his.has.a.nasty.looking.comb!

Sarah said...

You are so funny!

Levin said...

okay I think they are both gorgeous - but i think his will fit in the pot better.
l
x

Baa-Me Kniits said...

I can't do the roosters either and have just arranged for 4 of them to go bye bye to the neighbour for tea. Both of those rooster boys are stunning....its a pity when they are so handsome that they fight and make all that noise :-)

Shelley Cartoons said...

If you get well practised with the jousting sticks then I'll knit them little chainmail suits, with steel wool.

To be honest, Leonie, I think it's pretty hard to get them to actually ride the horses . God knows I've tried...

Naturally Carol said...

They are both amazing but for the pot I'd probably choose his..or maybe the younger one as it may be more tender. I don't know really whether I could kill either..too hard!

Maxabella said...

HAHAHAHAHHaaa that cracked me right up (no pun intended!). I think the big one should stay... in a real life situation he would definitely be the victor and create lots of big, strong, regal, good-looking babies. Just what every mumma chicken wants... x

Anna Bartlett said...

I think I have to draw your roosters...