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greyhound Taran ja ihmisten seikkailuja arjessa

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Hemmoteltu pääsiäiskuikelo

Vieraiden on kohteliasta tarjoutua avuksi keittiöpuuhiin.
Keittiötarkastaja seuraa huolella valmisteluja: tiputa jotain!Velipoika vei Taran sydämen syöttämällä tytölle lammasta.
Jälkiruoaksi nuoltiin lautaset ja täytettiin tiskikone.
Lopulta torkuttiin (koiranunta tietenkin) masu täynnä.
Vahtikoira herää heti, kun joku rapistelee paistin lähellä.


Anonymous Terri said...

Tara's such a big help in the kitchen. Was she offering to lick the plates off before they went in the dishwasher? :-)

7:11 pm  
Blogger Never Say Never Greyhounds said...

I totally know what you are saying! Not really. :-)


5:26 am  
Blogger paola_ said...

Tara was ever so helpful: she tasted the lamb before it was served, licked clean plates, and kindly offered to finish off any leftover potato wedges. Now she wants to be adopted by my brother and his girlfriend, especially as they have a two-week old baby boy and that means a lot of lovely smells & spilled food!

It's always such a pleasure to visit family with Tara, she has good manners and loves everyone :)

Jen, someone once told me that the worst thing about the Finnish language is our case system, with about 15 different cases to a noun. You use prepositions (house: in the house, out of the house, into the house), we use endings (a house --> talo: talossa, talosta, taloon...) :-D

9:19 am  
Blogger Never Say Never Greyhounds said...

Sounds like the Finnish language is a tough one to learn... I do enjoy reading (or looking at the pictures on)the blogs from other countries with people living their lives with their animals.


11:09 pm  
Blogger IHateToast said...

i also heard that finnish is closely related to hungarian. i think they're a prefix/suffix language. a professor of mine used to study finnish over the summers. she and her husband would meet up with a finnish couple learning english to talk in the other couple's language. the husband of the finnish couple had a harder time than his wife dealing with our inflections with questions, so he'd always tack on "this is a question" at the end. "Does your greyhound like lamb--this is a question."

mmm. baby smells. maybe you'll get hand-me-down baby toys with old milky slobber. i look for those at garage sales here. oh oh oh, how about a baby's old toy smothered in lamb? mmmm.

10:55 am  

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