Friday, 8 January 2016

Instant Confusion.

*Twiddles thumbs...*  *Hums* and patiently waits for the latest batch of "IWSG" aka "I Was Seeking Gary" aka  "Insecure Writer's Support Group", to finish.  Yep, the first Wednesday of every month, you will note a bunch of writers discussing such topics as writing.  Although I don't get involved in groups, I'm a lone wolf, as such, you might note, that rather ironically, I've actually put in the link that takes you to that group.  So, if you aren't a part of that group, you might like to get involved the first Wednesday of next month.  What am I doing!

Moving on.

To start the New Year, I thought I'd share some of my profile updates from a certain social "notworking" site.  If you're linked in with me on that certain social notworking site, I hope you're okay that I've subjected you to a repeat performance.
I thought my instant coffee tasted kinda' weird.  It was rather "fowl" tasting.  "Aah! BISTO."  You bastard!
And here's a rushed photo of my son wearing a clock on his head.  And the word is, "clock", there is an "l" in the word.

Just finished attending the, "Comedy Knitting workshop."   It had me in stitches....

I went for a meal with a beautiful lady, wearing a low cut dress.  And, before you ask, it was her wearing the low cut dress.  Being such a gentleman, I did my utmost to maintain eye contact. "Excuse me!", she exclaimed, "My breasts are down here!"  Then I woke up.....

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  1. Some people would probably like turkey coffee.

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    1. Hi Pat,

      Some folks like anything fowl tasting.

      Gary :)

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  2. I'm glad to hear you weren't the one wearing the dress. That wouldn't be a good look for Mr. Bronson :)

    Thank you for posting a bunch of links over on Google Plus. I find myself more apt to visit from there than my lame reader. Also, thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving your words of wisdom. It's never a party until you arrive, you know!

    Best wishes!

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    1. Hi Mark,

      Actually, ahem, maybe I do wear a dress on special occasions! :) Mr. Bronson goes drag!

      No problem in regards to Google Fuss, um, Plus, now that I actually have a computer that can load the bloody thing! Of course, my words of wisdom are highly sought after and you can sell my comments on e-Bay. The last bidding war for my comments reached a princely sum of five pence, UK money. Party on, dude!

      Gary :)

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  3. You attract some very strange Gary seekers, Gary. Is that right? You wore a dress. I didnt know you were Scotish. Just remember if the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off.

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    1. Hi Joylene,

      How's it goin', eh? Of course, you being a seeker of Gary would totally understand a bit of strangeness! :) I didn't wear a dress, this time. I'm partly Scottish and I have relatives in Greenock. If it wasn't for good old Sir Isaac Newton discovering gravity, we'd actually be floating around the skies. How about that, eh!

      Your loyal fan,

      Gary

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  4. Happy New Year, Gary!

    Wishing you all the best this year...

    Love the date/dream... your sense of humor is infectious....

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    1. Hi Michael,

      Thank you and the same to you, good sir!

      Here's to a peaceful, positive 2016 as I comment back at almost three in the morning. Did I ever mention I'm in every time zone but my own...

      Yeah, only a dream. Doh! :)

      Gary :)

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  5. Happy New Year, Gary! I am rolling around laughing. Yes you had me in stitches, and it is debatable whether the fact I was threading a needle helped. Love you, you know!

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    1. Hi Vidya,

      Thank you and same to you, my lovely friend :) You must be very cautious rolling around laughing and threading a needle at the same time. However, you do make an interesting, um point. Love and hugs to you, Vidya.

      Gary :)

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  6. I think I missed some of these on that notworking site - although the clock on the head looks familiar! Could start a trend! Happy New Year Gary xx

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    1. Hi Teresa,

      Oh no and here's me thinking my profile updates on that certain social notworking site were must reads to you and all my adoring, um, fans on that certain social notworking site! :) Nothing like a clock on your head. Yes, I was very careful with the spelling of "clock"! Here's to a timely trend.

      And an awesome 2016 to you and your loved ones, Teresa.

      Gary :) x

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  7. LOL; well, sounds like you are having an interesting first week of the new year Gary. So glad all us "seekers" find you still about. Always a pleasure, My Friend.

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    1. Hi Donna,

      Heck, the first week was gravy, um, groovy! :) Thank you, one of my amazing "seekers"! And a delight to see you here, lovely Donna!

      All the best.

      Gary :)

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  8. No, I want to go back to sleep!
    Gary, did you just support a blogging 'thing?' I'm going to screen capture this moment! But seriously, thanks Dude. It's not about the hop, it's about the support.

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    1. Hi Alex,

      Sweet dreams!

      Moi? Would I support some blogging hippety hoppety thingy ma jiggy? Okay, you caught me out, just like all the other times you caught me out!

      It's about the support, indeed. And yes, I'm discreetly in the background. What with me being so shy and humble. Then I woke up...

      Enjoy your Sunday and say howdy to your clones!

      Gary :)

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  9. Comedy knitting?? the mind boggles!

    Happy New Year! Hope it's not too late already to wish that... it's over a week old now!

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    1. Hi Jenny,

      The comedy knitting workshop was run by a knit wit! :) The mind bloggles!

      Thank you for the Happy New Year. It might of been a bit late if it was like July :)

      Have a marvellous Sunday, Jenny.

      Gary :)

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  10. Love the humourous post, it's really made me smile.

    I didn't notice the clock on Tristan's head when you posted the photo last week, I was too busy looking at Penny, she's adorable.

    A comedy knitting workshop sounds hilarious - is that for people who are woolly-headed? :)

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    1. Hi Eunice,

      Thanks and I'm really pleased this could make you smile. You've been through a tough time, my kind friend.

      The photo on this post is a different photo. You might call it an out-take photo :) Although, I can imagine you were transfixed by Penny.

      LOL, wooly-headed! No pulling the wool over your eyes!

      Have a peaceful Sunday, Eunice.

      Gary :)

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  11. Even for a gravy making concoction, "Aah! Bisto" Sounds like an Italian horror character named Bisto is terrifying young coeds in a forrest.

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    1. Hey Pickles,

      Actually, "aah! Bisto", is an Italian horror superhero who does indeed terrify young coeds in a forest not so far away.

      Have a good one, my friend.

      Gary :)

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  12. LOL - don't you hate it when you take photos like that? Bet you didn't even see the clock when you took the shot.

    Gravy coffee sounds disgusting.

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    1. Hi Diane,

      Oh yeah, I do hate taking photos like that. In my defence, my son's time is precious and I felt a bit rushed. Of course, it was a doh moment when I realised he was wearing a clock on his head, a clock I didn't notice was on his head. Yay to digital cameras!

      Turkey gravy coffee is totally yucky!

      Thank you, Diane.

      Gary :)

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  13. You crack me up Gary!!! LOL!!! Thanks for the Friday morning chuckles! The Bisto instead of coffee is so something I would do too. Must've tasted pretty bad with cream and sugar.

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    1. Hi JoJo,

      I hope cracking up is a good thing :) Glad this could make you chuckle, JoJo! Aha and you can relate to doing such a thing. I only added the cream. When I could barely stir the drink, that should of been a clue.

      A good Sunday to you, JoJo.

      Gary :)

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  14. That gravy coffee must have been a real eye opener, LOL!

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    1. Hi Debra,

      How's it goin', eh?

      It being turkey gravy, I gobbled it down.

      Have a good Sunday, Debra.

      Gary :)

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  15. Gary you need to open your eyes before you start making coffee...or....gravy. Comedy knitting? I've never found anything funny about knitting ..in fact....I learned a whole lot of bad words trying to knit.

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    1. Hi Delores,

      That's a good idea. Why didn't I think of that. I understand what you mean and I wont needle you about that. A bit of knit and natter, complete with a few bad words to make a point.

      Thank you, Delores.

      Gary :)

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  16. The cat will just eat the string and no knitting needed, stitches aren't required.

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    1. Ah, it be, Pat in the Hatt,

      Cat plays with a ball of wool
      Then spits on the fool
      A stitch in time
      Saves nine
      Lives.

      Thank you, Pat and the cat, double drat, how about that!

      Gary :)

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  17. Ah, Gary, you brighten my day.

    Tip: check the jar says 'coffee' next time :-)

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    1. Hi Annalisa,

      I'm heartened to know that.

      Thanks for the tip. Maybe I need some PG Tips! :)

      Have a wonderful Sunday, Annalisa.

      Gary :)

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  18. I only have eyes for Miss Penny, I would not have noticed the clock :)

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    1. Hi Eileen,

      Penny is very aware that you only have eyed for her! :) What clock?

      Have a nice Sunday, Eileen.

      Gary :)

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  19. I am glad you pointed out that your son had the clock on his head. I may have thought that it was you holding your son, the one with the collar on. (grin) Have a great day, all of you.

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    1. Hi Dizzy-Dick,

      The dog was going to wear a clock on her head. However, she's a watch dog! :)

      And a good day to you, you hear, y'all.

      Gary :)

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  20. Hi Gary - oh yugh .. the thought of bisto at the best of times gives me the heeby-jeebies ... not sure what they are ... but they sure heeb!

    Wonderful Alex is screenshotting your blog-hop link ... he doesn't miss a trick.

    I do like the header photo - it must be fun being high up and looking out ... I noticed that Penny is looking anxiously in another direction .. not yours either.

    Take care and have a happier and easier year ahead .. the flat looks welcoming - cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary,

      Oh yuck and double yuck! Bisto is made up of granulated heebs.

      Perhaps it was one of Alex's clones doing the screenshot. I know that Alex and his legion of clones, do many a trick, um, doesn't miss a trick.

      It's an amazing view and thank you for noticing, Hilary. Penny was getting somewhat restless. I took a total of six photos. Indeed, a diva dog needs her luxury treats.

      Thank you for your thoughtful words. I think I might do a few more light-hearted posts. It seems to help me forget about the exhaustion. The flat is fabulous and I'm very lucky.

      Hope you are well, dear Hilary. Stay nice and cosy as the ill winds doth blow.

      Gary :)

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  21. Your son looks very handsome with a clock on his head!

    They did make that gravy look an awful lot like coffee. A definite marketing fail.

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    1. Hi Elizabeth,

      Thanks and he'll be thrilled to know what you said :)

      Yes, they should make coffee look like gravy. What am I sayingh!

      Have a nice rest of your weekend, Elizabeth.

      Gary :)

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  22. No worries. I do "repeat" performances all the time. I'm sure you've seen them.

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    1. Hi Al,

      Yes you do, good sir. I have seen them. Yes you do, good sir. I have seen them.

      Have a good Sunday, Al!

      Gary :)

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  23. You made me chuckle today! Next time remember to take stock before making your coffee!
    I wish you a happy and peaceful new year :)

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    1. Hi Suzanne,

      I'm delighted this made you chuckle :) Take stock, as in soup? Now I'm confused! :)

      And a most happy, peaceful 2016 to you and your loved ones.

      Gary :)

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  24. I am soooo down and this is just what I needed! Thank you! xoxo catchatwithcarenandcody

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    1. Hi Caren,

      I'm sorry you've been down, my lovely friend. Thankfully, this was an up moment for you. This is a pawsitive, sorry, positive result :0

      Gary :)

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  25. Hi Gary,

    You must be in a good mood today..your post had me in stitches. How are you my friend?

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    1. Hi True,

      I'm in a fairly good mood, thank you. Thought it was time I put up one of my more ridiculous type posts. It's a good tonic.

      And what of you, True? How be you?

      Gary :)

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  26. The clock looks fashionable, if a bit off kilter. My food and drinks have tasted weird during moments of inattention.

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    1. The fashionable clock is lined up on the wall in a reasonably straight fashion. I was off kilter taking the photo :) Careful what you eat and drink, Medeia.

      Gary :)

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  27. HAHAHA...the turkey gravey... Don't we all have moments like that? This post made me smile. And laugh. And maybe raise an eyebrow :)

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    1. Hey Martha,

      Ah yes, such moments happen a bit too regular, or is that irregular, in my life :) Nice to know I'm not alone. Great outcome and just the result I'd hope for in regards to you smiling, laughing and maybe raising an eyebrow!

      Have a nice Sunday, eh!

      Gary :)

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  28. Glad to see your sense of humor is intact. I'm sorry you've been feeling so poorly for the last year (yes, I read your comment on my blog). Having suffered through a few bad years myself, I think I know how you feel. All I can say is that I've had ups and downs in my health, so I believe that ups are possible. Hang in there!!!

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    1. Hi Robin,

      Thanks and that's just about all that's intact! :) I know, dear Robin, that you can relate. It's been a very tough time for you and kudos for your resilience, your determination. The ups are visualised by you and here's to having the ups become more frequent.

      Like an upside down bat, I'm hanging in there! :)

      Have a peaceful Sunday, Robin.

      Gary :)

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  29. Tristan can definitely pull off the hat-clock look! He's a good-looking guy - must be those good jeans! Yes, I spelled it that way on purpose. Glad to see the pun funster is back! Hope you're feeling more like yourself Gary, and I wish you good things in 2016.

    Julie

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    1. Hi Julie,

      My son, a hat-clock look type of dude! He wears it well. His jeans, thank goodness, are not part of my laundry schedule any more :) Let's have some pundemonium! Yes, I'm feeling myself. Wait, that didn't sound right. Yes, I'm feeling more like my self, bordering on snarky!

      Thank you, Julie and a wonderful 2016 to you.

      Gary :)

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  30. Happy 2016! May you write, love, kiss, and feel JOY))) xxx

    Love from MN.

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    1. Hey Kim,

      And a happy 2016 to you, your loved ones and your zillions of adoring, starstruck fans! :)

      Yes, time to feel JOY. Hope her boyfriend doesn't mind!

      Love from Leek :) x

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  31. Haha! I had a few laughs with this one. Gravy coffee? No thanks!

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    1. Hi Chrys,

      A few laughs for you. I'm glad this could make you laugh. "G" is for Gravy coffee....Arrggghhhh!!!!

      Gary :)

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  32. Hi Gary,
    I must admit that I'm not a member of the Insecure Writer's Support Group (is there an apostrophe in "Writer's" - I hope so), as I'm not really insecure and I'm definitely not a writer!
    Anyway, Gare, my hirsute friend, when I came over to your stunning abode, wearing my very own low cut dress, I did notice you staring at my breasts. I was quite flattered at the time, although I think I said, "how dare you stare at my breasts, you sexist beast!" You may not remember things this way, but I certainly do. Don't try to deny it, you love my breasts!
    Here's wishing you a happy and healthy 2016, Gare. May all your dreams come true, especially the ones with ladies in low cut dresses!
    All the best,
    David.

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    1. Ah, it be the illustrious David,

      Evidently, that group of writers has an apostrophe in "Writer's". I mean who would argue with the everywhere dude, Alex, or his clones, for that matter. If it does matter, for that matter.

      You are a writer! Although, maybe not a complete writer because you apparently must be insecure, neurotic and have a fondness to close yourself away from others so you can create your writing masterpiece that will never, ever be good enough once you realise that being insecure is somehow a prerequisite. Yes, I'm talking crap. Or writing crap. Somebody help me to write proper n'stuff!

      David, I've had many a dream about your heaving cleavage. You sir, are the epitome of man boobs, aka "moobs"! You are one very special boob or two.

      Thank you, oh hairy one. Yes, I don't need to use big words or try to make quotidian stuff almost seem interesting. A peaceful, better, 2016 to you and your breasts!

      I shall now go and dream about ladies, this time....

      Talk to you soon, David.

      Gary :)

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  33. LOL... I can just imagine how it felt drinking that gravy coffee.. poor thing.

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    1. Hi T.F. Walsh,

      Did I ever mention I love your hat type thing on your head? :) I'm one gravy kinda' guy.

      Gary :)

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  34. Oh no, LOL, that does sound like the coffee must have tasted awful. Not a nice way to wake up ;)
    That's a great picture of your son and Penny :)
    Please give Penny lots of big hugs from me :) Have a wonderful and relaxed Sunday.
    Hugs and the best wishes for you, too,
    Beate

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    1. Hi Beate,

      Oh no, indeed! It was the thickest coffee I've ever had! :) Glad you liked the rushed photo that I put up for a laugh :)

      I shall give Penny lots of hugs from you when I go get her from my so's house on Monday morning.

      Thank you for your best wishes, Beate. Hope you both had a peaceful Sunday.

      Hugs,

      Gary :)

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  35. That is one cup of coffee I could skip!

    I do love the photo you are now using for your blog header. Such a pretty view!
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi Jess,

      It's certainly an eye opener!

      Thanks and yes, a downtown view of Leek, Staffordshire. "The Queen of the Moorlands."

      Thank you, Jess.

      Gary :)

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  36. I've had some bad coffee but you win the disgusting cuppa award. It took me a while to remember what IWSG stands for and now I find out I was wrong all along.

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    1. Hi Susan,

      Thank you, I shall now formulate the disgusting cuppa' blog hop or blog fest, or whatever they are called these days.

      IWSG, rather a well-kept secret that it refers to me, yes me, shy and humble me!

      Thank you, Susan,

      Gary :)

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  37. hahaha! I love that you supported the IWSG! I had to drop out a couple of months ago because of work. Boo hoo! I miss it but maybe I'll get back to it one of these days. Your son looks great and so does Penny!

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    1. HI Elsie,

      Huh!? Me support the IWSG? Sorry you had to drop out a couple of months ago due to work. Oh yes, you must return to my group, yes, my group, "I Was Seeking Gary"! :)

      Thank you, Elsie.

      Gary :)

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  38. Happy New Year Klahanie, that's right, keep your eyes off the prize mate. The Turks know how to make a grand coffee but not with Bisto..... ha ha ha

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    1. Hi Rum-Punch Drunk,

      How nice to see you and a peaceful, better New Year to you, my kind friend. The Turks have a Turkey gravy, correct? Bisto, more like Pissto!

      Cheers!

      Gary :)

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  39. You need to open your eyes before you make the coffee. That's just what normal people do, of course. And if your dreams get any better, we'll have to start writing them down for your memoire. You are considering a memoire, right?

    You must come over to my blog because the men (definitely not the women who are always discerning) are finding my post title titillating--whew, that's alliterative. I, of course, planned the title that way to entice readers with double entendre mindsets.

    Now I'm off to Seek Someone Named Gary--SSNG. Any clues to set me on the right path?

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    1. Hi Lee,

      How nifty neato, it's that celebrity author and totally delightful, Lee, the one without the sunglasses and straw hat, y'all and yee haa n'stuff and here's to a run-on sentence that would probably be frowned upon on the IWSG Farcebook group.....

      My eyes were most certainly wide open after the first swig of turkey gravy. Of course, I'd hate to be normal. If I was normal, I might join one of those blog hops and link up with the "Bleeps" aka, Blogger Sheep.

      My memoir would make watching paint dry seem a fun hobby.

      I notice more than a subtle hint to check out your blog. No doubt, when I get there, I will notice adoring comments from your other adoring fans. Of course, me being your most starstuckest adoring fan, will put up the most nauseating comment imaginable.

      "SSNG", sounds like the code for one of your latest blog hops, or has it something to do with that idiotic alphabet challenge....

      Thank you, Lee, it's been average.

      Gary :)

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  40. From the last post, it's always the happiest relationship when pet and owner choose each other. The bond is instant and lasting.

    this post; I think you need to keep the Bisto can far away from the coffee making area.
    That's a lovely photo of Tristan and Penny.

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    1. Hi River,

      It was an instant bond as Penny and Tristan became close family members. It's a wonderful past and present moment.

      Good advice. Tristan looks fashionable wearing a clock on his head as Penny looks bemused :) Thank you, River.

      Gary :)

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  41. I hate that dream, Gary. I tell him where my breasts are, and he says, "Eww, your bra strap is showing." It never ends well.

    You be good to yourself, ya hear? We're looking out for you. xo

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    1. Hi Robyn,

      Oh no! Your bra strap is showing, eh. I'll let you off the hook,this time :)

      Of course I will be good to myself, y'all. Yep, you and the paparazzi are looking out for me. Ah yes, the life of a celebrity such as me. Then I woke up....

      Gary :) x

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  42. Bisto! My mom always used that for gravy - never tried it for coffee though! :)
    Hope you're all enjoying your week :)

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    1. Hey Jemi,

      Aah Bisto! It makes a wonderful coffee substitute, not! :)

      My week is most enjoyable and more so thanks to your comment.

      Take off, eh!

      Gary :)

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  43. Are you sure that it is coffee? It looks like secret poison for rats. Be careful :)

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    1. Hi Brendan,

      It might well be rat-flavoured gravy. Ah rats, indeed! :)

      Thank you, Brendan.

      Gary :)

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  44. Sounds like a pretty good dream! Must've been the coffee.

    Your son's clock hat is very fashionable. Maybe he has started a new trend.

    Have a good week, Gary!

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    1. Hi Sherry,

      Yes, quite the dream. Maybe it was brought on by the groovy gravy coffee :)

      My son's clock hat. Watch this space for such a trend.

      And a good week to you, Sherry.

      Gary :)

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  45. Turkey coffee??? Ohhhhh no, try cocoa powder instead ;)

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    1. Hi Becca,

      Yes indeed, a fowl tasting concoction. Sure thing, I could put cocoa powder in my doggy faced mug! Pawesome stuff!

      Gary :)

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  46. Your son looks rather holy, as in religious icon. Is that the i you are referring to? Oh and I'm too insecure for that Wednesday thing. So much so, that I should be a founding member!!

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    1. Hey Eve,

      Sort of, I guess. Although, the letter is "l" or "L". I know, what the "L"!

      You can be a honorary member in good standing of, "I Was Seeking Gary."

      Um, Gary :)

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  47. Eyes down here, buddy. Wait...

    Blech on your turkey coffee. It probably smelled good, though, right?

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    1. Hey Shannon,

      Eye, eye, eye!

      The turkey coffee tasted so good I gobbled it all down!

      Thank you, Shannon.

      Gary :)

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  48. Happy New Year! I like the photo of your son, clock and all :)

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    1. Hi Sharon,

      And an awesome 2016 to you. Glad you like the photo of my son with a clock on his head.

      Thank you, Sharon.

      Gary :)

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  49. Thank you for making me laugh, I needed that!

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    1. Hi Riot Kitty,

      I'm really pleased. As Penny would say, "that's a pawsitive result!"

      Enjoy the rest of your weekend, kind friend.

      Gary :)

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  50. Loved the post and photo's Gary.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Hi Yvonne,

      Thank you for that, dear Yvonne. I hope you did have a very nice Sunday.

      Gary :)

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  51. I can always count on you to Crack me up.

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    1. Hey Shelly,

      Thank you for such a cracking good comment! :)

      Take it easy, Shelly.

      Gary :)

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    1. Hi Madeleine,

      You are way too kind! :) Thank you, Madeleine.

      Gary :)

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  53. =) Hey, I may IWSG, but I always leave it open to non-writers as well--and I will never look at that the same way. I will always think of you when I see those letters!

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    1. Hey Crystal,

      Thank you because I'm a non-writer and yep, all aboard, methinks :) You see, thanks to me, you writers n'stuff, always think of me and how handy and how awesome it is that I help you remember the letters easier and that's it for a run-on sentence which is something a writer would never do, unless the writer is Stephen King....

      Gary :)

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  54. I've seen a few of these on my timeline. :-D

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    1. Hi Misha,

      Timeline, as in the one on everybody's favourite social notworking site! :)

      Thank you, Misha and please, look after your good self.

      Gary :)

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  55. your amusing post reminded me I had dinner with friends last weekend - the woman was wearing a VERY revealing top. I had to keep thinking "look at her face, look at her face." It was quite awkward. I'd say now I know how men feel, but I suspect lots of men don't bother not ogling :)

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    1. Hi Ms. CrankyPants,

      Indeed, must maintain eye contact...must maintain eye contact...! :) Pardon me while I go do some serious ogling, um, serious eye contact.

      Thank you, my friend.

      Gary :)

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I do try to comment back to each commenter individually. However, I might have to shorten my replies or give a group thank you. That way, I can spend more time commenting on your blogs. Thank you and peace, my friend.