Moo With a Mask, Please
|by Gertie||reply 158||Last Saturday at 9:57 PM|
Previous thread. Moo!
|by Gertie||reply 1||09/29/2020|
Moo! Nice and roomy in here.
|by Gertie||reply 2||09/29/2020|
Let us pause...
In October 2010, the FAO announced it was confident that cattle plague has been eradicated. The agency said that "[a]s of mid 2010, FAO is confident that the rinderpest virus has been eliminated from Europe, Asia, Middle East, Arabian Peninsula, and Africa," which were the locations where the virus had been last reported. Eradication was confirmed by the World Organization for Animal Health on 25 May 2011.
On 28 June 2011, FAO and its members countries officially recognized global freedom from the deadly cattle virus.
Hang on, humans! Have faith!
|by Gertie||reply 3||09/29/2020|
[quote] Moo! Nice and roomy in here.
Just like you, fat steer.
|by Gertie||reply 4||09/29/2020|
Do any of you moo cows have a favorite moosical? I like Moo Fair Lady and Sound of Moosic.
|by Gertie||reply 5||09/29/2020|
Fascinating topic, r5. I must reflect.
|by Gertie||reply 6||09/29/2020|
R5 - My favourite musical is Seven Milk Maids for Seven Heifers and my favourite song in it is "Bless Yore Beautiful Hide"
|by Gertie||reply 7||09/29/2020|
Who are you, R7?
|by Gertie||reply 8||09/29/2020|
I’m Bovinia, R8
|by Gertie||reply 9||09/29/2020|
You’re cute, Bovinia. Doesn’t Sally Field advertise your products?
|by Gertie||reply 10||09/29/2020|
She advertises my sister, Boniva. I mooved on from that gig when I discovered Sally wasn’t really a field at all.
|by Gertie||reply 11||09/29/2020|
Hay! How do I eat Hay?
|by Gertie||reply 12||09/29/2020|
R12, it helps if tp you you throw it up a couple times while you’re eating it.
|by Gertie||reply 13||09/30/2020|
Cow goes moo
The frog goes croak
The seal goes ow ow owww
|by Gertie||reply 14||10/04/2020|
R14 you forgot to moo.
|by Gertie||reply 15||10/04/2020|
I'm not a cow, R15. I don't know how many times I have to tell you moo cows that. Anymoo, the first sentence of that little poem had a "moo". That's sufficient.
|by Gertie||reply 16||10/04/2020|
I’m mooing in the dark this Monday morning, who else is awake?
|by Gertie||reply 17||10/04/2020|
Here is a cow haiku from a person named Donna:
wandering outside barbwire two cold cows
|by Gertie||reply 18||10/04/2020|
You're in a creative moo-d tonight, Tommy. Is it the effects of the moo-n?
|by Gertie||reply 19||10/04/2020|
Oh no i messed up the format. I need a do over:
two cold cows
|by Gertie||reply 20||10/04/2020|
Since my barn caught fire
I now have a better view
Of the rising moon.
|by Gertie||reply 21||10/04/2020|
There once was a cow from Venus...
|by Gertie||reply 22||10/04/2020|
Ooo I have one.
“The Old Pond” by Melrose
An old silent pond
A cow jumps into the pond—
Splash! Silence again.
|by Gertie||reply 23||10/04/2020|
I enjoy eating beef.
My preference is rare meat.
Taste the bloody cow.
|by Gertie||reply 24||10/04/2020|
I quite understand the tribulations of fame, R11. A bit of a mootivational speaker myself.
|by Gertie||reply 25||10/04/2020|
I’ve mooved on to the next decade today. Do birthdays ending in zeros count this year? Moo!
And R25, you certainly look like a leader, mootivating others from the front of the herd.
|by Gertie||reply 26||10/05/2020|
Happy birthday, bovinia, may your clover be forever bountiful.
|by Gertie||reply 27||10/05/2020|
Dear Sir, dear Madam, and others, I bid you “moo”!
Sorry I’m late. I was spotting Sheridan. And moo! May you all have sweet dreams tonight..
|by Gertie||reply 28||10/05/2020|
[quote] spotting Sheridan.
Is he piebald?
|by Gertie||reply 29||10/05/2020|
No, silly, a trampoliner should always have a spotter so thar the animal on the trampoline can fall on them if things go pear-shaped. .
|by Gertie||reply 30||10/05/2020|
Sheridan, you are magnificent! Plus you could stand to lose a little weight, so keep at it, buster.
|by Gertie||reply 31||10/05/2020|
I’m not fat, I’m just big furrred!
|by Gertie||reply 32||10/05/2020|
He's not fat, he's just T-boned!
|by Gertie||reply 33||10/05/2020|
|by Gertie||reply 34||10/05/2020|
This picture prompted me to ask whether Clover is an approved name.
|by Gertie||reply 35||10/05/2020|
“Clover” sounds ok, but Else sat on my spectacles so I can’t look it up myself. I need some help with this one.
|by Gertie||reply 36||10/06/2020|
I would imagine that Else needs more help than you, Gertie.
By the way, who is stargazing tonight? A lot of these constellations look like cows and chickens...
|by Gertie||reply 37||10/06/2020|
All the days blending
Together, into a stew.
But not a good stew.
|by Gertie||reply 38||10/06/2020|
Hark. I hear a cow.
Hark. Are you a cow, Sailor?
There’s clover in my pocket
|by Gertie||reply 39||10/06/2020|
Tail. Swat swat swat swat.
Heat. Mosquitoes bite my butt.
Autumn. Almost here.
|by Gertie||reply 40||10/06/2020|
Hen eggs plop plop plop
I wish we were not breakfast
I smell bacon grease.
|by Gertie||reply 41||10/06/2020|
We were a hit in Chicago
|by Gertie||reply 42||10/06/2020|
That Borden’s cow is always sucking up all the limelight.
|by Gertie||reply 43||10/06/2020|
[quote] A lot of these constellations look like cows and chickens...
|by Gertie||reply 44||10/06/2020|
we can kick our legs In all directions, mean coyote, you in danger, gurl
|by Gertie||reply 45||10/06/2020|
Posted without comment:
|by Gertie||reply 46||10/06/2020|
A Poem by Rebecca Proust, Cheers:
“Another Christmas in Agony”
Mischa the cow lies dead in the bog.
The children cry over the carcass
The mist chokes my heart, covers the mourners.
At least this year we eat.
|by Gertie||reply 47||10/06/2020|
humans eating meat
they grow breasts from hormones
they keep our sacred flesh
in their bowels for years
|by Gertie||reply 48||10/07/2020|
Did anyone else see the human on tv yesterday with a fly on his head? I pity the humans for not having tails, one good flick and that fly would have been gone.
|by Gertie||reply 49||10/08/2020|
Are you endorsed by Sally Field?
|by Gertie||reply 50||10/08/2020|
Moo, moo, moo!
|by Gertie||reply 51||10/12/2020|
Let’s tour the fall foliage today, who’s with me? I have room for one more on the cowasaki.
Moo, of course
|by Gertie||reply 52||10/12/2020|
Thanks for the ride, Homer, that was quite a breeze,
|by Gertie||reply 53||10/13/2020|
On what channel are the heifers debating? I can’t find it on my listing.
|by Gertie||reply 54||10/15/2020|
Dear Sir, dear Madam, I bid you moo!
Everycow, get up and stretch! Exercise your right to moo. If you don’t moo, you can’t complain about those who who do! Early mooing is encouraged, if allowed in your barnyard. Have a plan for mooing. But most importantly, please moo! Take back our farm! Moo! Don’t be intimidated, it’s your right to moo!
At the link, there’s much mooing going on!
|by Gertie||reply 55||10/19/2020|
"Sunday in the Barn with MOO" "Mootor/ Mootoria" "COWS" "Aspects of MOO" "The COW in the Piazza" "COWCAGO"
|by Gertie||reply 56||10/19/2020|
Exactly, R56, that’s what I’m mooing about!
|by Gertie||reply 57||10/19/2020|
Moo to you, I live to moo.
|by Gertie||reply 58||10/19/2020|
Don't mind me. Just passing moo.
|by Gertie||reply 59||10/19/2020|
T’cau, is your blood green?
|by Gertie||reply 60||10/19/2020|
Cow with a jetpack, mooo
|by Gertie||reply 61||10/19/2020|
Mooo! Moo, Gertie, moo!
|by Gertie||reply 62||10/26/2020|
Auditions this evening will be held for Oh, Cowcutta!
Meet at the Gate and bring your own pasties and sheet music. Piano accompaniment by Carl, his gowns by Orry-Kelly. Moo.
|by Gertie||reply 63||10/26/2020|
Oh, I missed my Monday Morning Moo. Two days late. What was I thinking Thanks, Obama.
Hi Dulcinea and Kristof.
|by Gertie||reply 64||10/28/2020|
I had a dream, a bad dream!
Gertie was there, and Homer and Jane were there, and so many of you were there...
|by Gertie||reply 65||11/01/2020|
|by Gertie||reply 66||11/01/2020|
Just whose idea of a MMM is this?
Feathers, feathers, the hens are blowing out feathers.
|by Gertie||reply 67||11/01/2020|
Roy, did a house fall on you?
|by Gertie||reply 68||11/01/2020|
It’s a blue moooooooooooon!
I’ll have a sit and think deep thoughts about “ “id cujus nihil majus cogitari possit” and chew hemp cud.
|by Gertie||reply 69||11/01/2020|
Barb, dear, we’re going to have to have a talk about your name.
|by Gertie||reply 70||11/01/2020|
An evening moo to you all for a restful sleep.
|by Gertie||reply 71||11/02/2020|
Thanks Gertie, moo.
|by Gertie||reply 72||11/02/2020|
Don’t forget to vote for Carl! King of the Barn.
And happy election day, barn friends. Moo.
|by Gertie||reply 73||11/03/2020|
Step right in and cast your vote
|by Gertie||reply 74||11/03/2020|
Wow, I completely forgot to MOO, good thing there’s a little time left.
|by Gertie||reply 75||11/09/2020|
[quote] good thing there’s a little time left.
Are you on the ramp?
|by Gertie||reply 76||11/09/2020|
I don't understand the question and I won't respond to it.
|by Gertie||reply 77||11/09/2020|
I've herd (sic) the Impossible Burger is impossibly good--some of you should try it.
|by Gertie||reply 78||11/09/2020|
I've noticed these Moo posts. Are they all by only one person?
|by Gertie||reply 79||11/09/2020|
No, R79. They are by various posters.
|by Gertie||reply 80||11/09/2020|
I’m no “person,” I’m a chicken. Reorient yourself, r79, and slip into the menagerie.
|by Gertie||reply 81||11/09/2020|
Thank r80. Bye.
|by Gertie||reply 82||11/09/2020|
Dear Sir, dear Madam, dear others: Gosh darn, I forgot to moo yesterday. That’s bad luck for the week for me, but I’ll moo moo moo today to make amends.
R79, no, there are a barnyard of contributors. Many cows, a barn owl, a barn mouse, twin chickens and “the hens”, Rolf the shepherd dog, two sheep for him to dominate, and Carl the pig. We had a lovely Swedish exchange cow for a while. There are cow fish in the stream down by the gate. We also have an antagonist who occasionally chimes-in on how tasty beef and pork are (R80). Apparently he doesn’t like chicken. Did I forget anyone?
A friendly reminder, it is customary to sign cow posts with your name from the Big Book of Cow Names (unabridged), which includes all cow names approved by the Cow Conclave. Cow names are deeply steeped in tradition. For example, “Tiffany” is not an approved cow name, but 19th century whore names like “Dolly” are. An abridged list of approved cow names are posted in R23 & R24 at the link. Also, it is polite to moo in your post. Other critters have more latitude in naming and mooing - but there are limits!
Please come back and post your cow picture, and your name. Maybe you’d like to join the Gals at the Gate Guild?
|by Gertie||reply 83||11/10/2020|
Did all you moo cows get sent to the abattoir? Nary a moo.
|by Gertie||reply 84||11/16/2020|
Mon Dieu, I forgot to moo!
|by Gertie||reply 85||11/16/2020|
It’s not my fault, Gertie, I went snorkeling down by the pond and got the bends. Too much clover, I guess.
|by Gertie||reply 86||11/16/2020|
I was at Barbara Feldon’s Gramercy Park apartment. One thing lead to another and we got all caught up in her sixties mod fashion. She’s saved all the pictures. Forgive me, Gertie.
|by Gertie||reply 87||11/16/2020|
It’s Monday already? Sorry, Gertie. MOOooooO
|by Gertie||reply 88||11/16/2020|
You people are slippin’.
|by Gertie||reply 89||11/16/2020|
Have any of you moo cows watched First Cow?
|by Gertie||reply 90||11/18/2020|
I did, r90. Highly recommend it for Moovie Night down by the barn.
|by Gertie||reply 91||11/18/2020|
Dear Sir, dear Madam, I bid you moo!
It’s a dreary day in New England, with a hard, cold rain which I can hear on the tin barn rooftop. I thought the landlord was going to change that to some respectable material? Drives me nuts. That, and the constant bell ringing I hear as I walk about. Though, I am grateful this week that I have a rooftop at all, and some hearing left in my head.
Also, they’ve got a vaccine for hoof and mouth disease, I hear on the tele. Thought, it will take a while to roll out to us plebes.
That’s the news of the week. Now, everybody, separate yourselves and breath in deeply, stretch,breath out and “Moooooo”, you’ll feel much better, I promise!
|by Gertie||reply 92||11/23/2020|
I’ll moo with you, Gertie, anytime.
|by Gertie||reply 93||11/23/2020|
Are there any rumors of the Christmas Moose stopping by this year? His visits are always a pleasure.
|by Gertie||reply 94||11/23/2020|
He’s very popular, R94, meaning busy. Have you written him?
Still, I predict he will stop by to drop off presents. I think he’s lost his antlers for the season and is much more agreeable when he’s not rutting,
|by Gertie||reply 95||11/23/2020|
|by Gertie||reply 96||11/23/2020|
Happy Thanksgiving to you American moo cows.
|by Gertie||reply 97||11/26/2020|
Thank you R97, we’re giving thanks by having a huge vegetarian feast. We not distancing, it’s not recommended for barn animals.
|by Gertie||reply 98||11/26/2020|
Running through a field
Our tips aren't for the wait staff
|by Gertie||reply 99||11/26/2020|
Is that a haikmoo, R99?
|by Gertie||reply 100||11/26/2020|
Moo! Now I must dash!
|by Gertie||reply 101||11/30/2020|
Moo back atcha.
|by Gertie||reply 102||11/30/2020|
Is Dash an approved name?
|by Gertie||reply 103||11/30/2020|
Oh, my dear, I totally forgot to moo yesterday. morning. Too much cheese in my diet, I think, I was all bound up. I will try to make up for it now.
Moo, moo, MOO, mooooo, moo, oom, moo-moo, [italic] moo, [/italic] moooo, moo, [bold] moooo, [/bold] moo, moo, MOO, mooooo, moo, oom, moo-moo, [italic] moo, [/italic] moooo, moo, [bold] omm, [/bold] moo, moopaluka, moo.
“Dash” is not an approved name, but I like it and will advocate for it at the next Cow Conclave, where you may know, I did have some influence. What do you think?
|by Gertie||reply 104||12/07/2020|
It’s still Monday in Hawaii, if that matters.
|by Gertie||reply 105||12/07/2020|
I see these Moo threads. I don't get it. What's the joke? Someone kind enough please explain.
|by Gertie||reply 106||12/07/2020|
Moo, ladies and gents. Gertie, I like the name Dash, it’s a keeper.
|by Gertie||reply 107||12/08/2020|
Dear R106, welcome to Monday Morning Moos! Firstly; I see you didn’t sign your post with a proper cow, steer, or bull name. You really ought to have a proper name, from the Big Book of Cow Names (unabridged). Fancy new fangled names like Champaign, Tiffany, and Brittany are not approved for cows, and just trust me on that.
I’ll list the names in a post below. Generally they are a collection of traditional names, like Bossy, Ferdinand, Horns, plus other names approved by a cow conclave. Generally, 19th whore names are preapproved; e.g. “Dolly”, “Lotta”. NSAIDS are also approved due to a typo which listed “Anvil” and “Advil”, and of course, the other nsaids demanded equal treatment, so what can you do?
If you’re a bovine, it’s generally good manners to “moo” on Monday Mornings. It’s good for you too. Stretch, breath, and moo. You’ll feel better, I promise.
If you’re not a bovine, that’s unfortunate for you, but there are hens; a charming pig; a couple sheep, and a sheep dog named Rolf, plus some others in the barnyard. Mooing is optional, but say hello as best you can on Monday mornings.
Heifers don’t really appreciate how good it feels to start your week with a proper moo, until they try it. After a while, you’ll get to know the other barn animals and I promise you’ll feel quite at home.
Oh, ‘moo”, of course. 🐂💨
As for humour, satire, and story telling, you make your own, or enjoy somebody else’s, which you best appreciate as you get to know the others on the farm. You might like to join the Gals at the Gate Guild.
I hope your🫀and🫁are ok, given the current circumstances.
|by Gertie||reply 108||12/10/2020|
[quote] cow conclave
|by Gertie||reply 109||12/10/2020|
Happy Holidays from all of us at Monday Morning Moos!
Alexander the duck
Auntie Taco, twin brother of Phyllis the Chicken
Beauchamp Heronimus Bull of Newport
Beauregard Von Holstein
Benedictus, Cow of the Vatican
BettySue, Junior Librarian
Carl the pig
Carlotta, The Argentinian chick
Di'Jon, Formerly Secretary to Beauchamp Hieronymous Bull of Newport.
Fabiola, The flute-playing Peruvian cow
Federico the photographer
Fjällko “Gracie”, Swedish exchange cow
The Gals at the Gate Guild
General Montgomery Bull
Glinda, Farm Sprite
Hans the Friesian horse
Koning the Star Friesian
Lafitte, barn mouse
Larry the Farm Snake
Lieutenant Colonel Carlisle
Lotte the Bavarian
Maxi, Gemini and a Bavarian
Otto, Günther‘s syphlic Grandpa
Phyllis, twin sister of Auntie Taco the Chicken
Rolf the German Shepherd
Roy, Hairdresser and Boosecow
Sextus, official timekeeper
Simplicio the Alpaca
Sheridan the sheep, and the other sheep
The Evening Punctuationist
Thor, Author of The Tao of Cow
Titus the barn owl
Tommy the Bull
19th Century whore names (e.g., “Dolly”, “Lottie” are pre-approved.)
|by Gertie||reply 110||12/10/2020|
And don’t forget me!
|by Gertie||reply 111||12/10/2020|
Is Maisie an approved name? If not it should be. Look at that doll face!
|by Gertie||reply 112||12/10/2020|
Moo! Happy Monday, friends.
In anticipation of Thursday’s impending snowstorm, I thought I’d suggest a snowcow competition between us gals. What do you say, Gertie? I don’t intend to be locked up all winter in that barn, I’ll tell you.
Anyone who wants to participate, meet us down by the gate on Thursday. Maybe Phyllis would wrangle the hens into supplying hot coco to the participants.
|by Gertie||reply 113||12/14/2020|
I happen to know that this one was sculpted last year by a sheep.
|by Gertie||reply 114||12/14/2020|
I believe this was Günther’s from many years ago, is that right, Günther? Or maybe it was Fjällko, I can’t remember.
|by Gertie||reply 115||12/14/2020|
Pigs are also acceptable, Carl.
|by Gertie||reply 116||12/14/2020|
Moo cows, the Gentle Barn is live on Instagram now!
|by Gertie||reply 117||12/20/2020|
"A Little Night MOOOOOOOO" "COWS" "Cow On The Roof" "Les COWS a MOOOO" "West Side Cow" "A COWS LINE" "COWILTON" "COWCAGO"
|by Gertie||reply 118||12/21/2020|
Did everyone receive their Christmas card from Carl this year? Mine just arrived!
|by Gertie||reply 119||12/22/2020|
Melrose, this has to be the sixteenth or seventeenth year he’s sent this same card and he still looks like the same.
It’s true, Carl never ages. Merry Christmas, Carl.
|by Gertie||reply 120||12/22/2020|
Any word on Carl joining the Christmas Moose on his sleigh this year?
Or maybe just the Folies París? I’m not prying, I just want to get my tickets in time.a
He’s cute when he stretches his stockings under his neck.
|by Gertie||reply 121||12/22/2020|
[quote] Melrose, this has to be the sixteenth or seventeenth year he’s sent this same card and he still looks like the same. It’s true, Carl never ages.
More like "Fake Moos". I'm sure he's been passing off the same pic he took years ago! Typical Datalounger - I'm 25 but look five.
|by Gertie||reply 122||12/22/2020|
Carl has one of those faces that beautifully absorb and reflect light, from without and from within.
|by Gertie||reply 123||12/22/2020|
Warhol had his photographic sights set on Carl all through the Marilyn era, yet to no avail. Carl just can’t be contained.
|by Gertie||reply 124||12/22/2020|
Gertie are you still sick? You’re just not around much anymore.
Hoping you’re healthy,
|by Gertie||reply 125||12/22/2020|
Gertie, please check in. Everybody’s worried about you. Homer, initiate a copter search, please. Moo.
|by Gertie||reply 126||12/28/2020|
Please come back, Gertie, it’s not the same without you.
|by Gertie||reply 127||12/28/2020|
Has anyone checked nearby abattoirs?
|by Gertie||reply 128||12/28/2020|
Is that Gertie at r128?
Gertie, phone home please.
|by Gertie||reply 129||12/28/2020|
R129, I am not Gertie. Your hope is moo-t.
|by Gertie||reply 130||12/28/2020|
I’ve been up in the top paddock for a while, ruminating on herd immunity and what it means. I must admit it has me stumped. Who would want to be immune from a herd?
|by Gertie||reply 131||12/30/2020|
Thanks Bovinia, but I can’t get excited about much until Gertie comes home.
Sad cow. Oom.
|by Gertie||reply 132||12/30/2020|
This is Homer checking in, mooo.
Jane and I are in the copter, no sightings yet but we have a tank full of gas and won’t stop looking for Gertie, that’s an easy guarantee
Jane says she’s upset.
|by Gertie||reply 133||12/30/2020|
In memoriam, our beloved OP Gertie, and all her characters:
Gertie, Penelope, Cupcake, Günther, the Christmas Moose, the Evening Punctuationist and many others.
You are truly loved and we miss you
|by Gertie||reply 134||12/30/2020|
Moo, one more time.
|by Gertie||reply 135||12/30/2020|
Was Gertie a dairy cow?
|by Gertie||reply 136||12/30/2020|
We love you, Gertie... first Monday without you, sending you love and thanks.
|by Gertie||reply 137||01/04/2021|
|by Gertie||reply 138||01/04/2021|
You know who believes in masks? Moo-chelle 🤡
|by Gertie||reply 139||01/04/2021|
R138 is this really the best time to be picking your nose, I mean really.
|by Gertie||reply 140||01/04/2021|
Omg this thread brought me to tears
|by Gertie||reply 141||01/04/2021|
I don’t understand r139’s joke and I demand an explanation.
Is r139 an approved name?
|by Gertie||reply 142||01/04/2021|
We love you, r141
|by Gertie||reply 143||01/04/2021|
My namesake is fine, she sends her love! She's teaching me to moo!
|by Gertie||reply 144||01/05/2021|
 Are you the real Pierre? If not, it's kind of taboo to use the name 'Gertie'..
|by Gertie||reply 145||01/05/2021|
I have previous ownership of the name, you dolt.
|by Gertie||reply 146||01/05/2021|
|by Gertie||reply 147||01/05/2021|
A warm moo to Gertie’s memory, and to all you cows and chickens,sheep, pig, mouse, owls etc.
May your Monday be bountiful with love and clover.
|by Gertie||reply 148||01/11/2021|
I’m planning on heading up the hill to the high pasture. I’m moooovin’ on up!
|by Gertie||reply 149||01/11/2021|
The Gals at the Gate Cow Conclave has hereby approved the name Bovinia by acclamation, congratulations Bovinia, mooo. You can pick up your starter sash at the south end of the barn. Penelope will assist, she is very helpful. Again, moooo and moooo!
|by Gertie||reply 150||01/11/2021|
I hear rumblings of an anti-pope cowclave gathering in Avignon that is against non-traditional cow names. Of course, such rumblings may just be regurgitations that my untrained ear may be misunderstanding.
|by Gertie||reply 151||01/11/2021|
Those Avignon cows are so stuck up, hmph.
|by Gertie||reply 152||01/11/2021|
|by Gertie||reply 153||01/11/2021|
My Doctor prescribed MOOOOOODERALL!!
|by Gertie||reply 154||01/21/2021|
I’m currently at a lovely B&B in the country and the paddock (field) next door is full of cows. They look in the windows at what I’m doing and are so mellow and peaceful. I’ve named them after all of you and talk to (at?) them.
(I live in Victoria, Australia, and travel in your own state is allowed as we haven’t had any active COVID cases for weeks)
|by Gertie||reply 155||Last Saturday at 5:13 PM|
You type fat, R155. Are you fat?
|by Gertie||reply 156||Last Saturday at 7:55 PM|
You seem to be in the wrong field, R155. Vicious weasels aren’t welcome on the farm so moooove it.
|by Gertie||reply 157||Last Saturday at 9:55 PM|
Oh dear, my fat hooves have typed the wrong number. That reply above was meant for R156.
|by Gertie||reply 158||Last Saturday at 9:57 PM|