HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....Oh this is funny. I'll keep my mouth shut;))
Dawn, glad I gave you a laugh.
Two Dawns in a row - how good is that!I do have some experience of pit toilets (long drops, as we call them out here) but not recently. I'm happy to leave it like that.
Love the name long drop.Dawn, I understand.
Well, that is the men's side, so I really don't want to know either! Very funny though.
Reb, glad you enjoyed it.Tabor, yep.
I was struggling in vain to keep my mouth shut, when blogger told me I needed to enable cookies in order to comment. (It tells me this a lot; it's always wrong. But this time helpful with the self-restraint.)...So may I at least mention the possibility of a small sleepy dragon?Mary Anne in Kentucky
Mary Anne, I'm a-feared I don't get the reference. But I admire your restraint.
Too funny... but I wanted to hear all of the theories. Potty pooper! ;)
Hilary's comment cracked me up!And so did Mary Anne's.... dragon?? Dear heavens, I have enough trouble using a pit toilet without having to worry about dragons!
Dragon! Wonderful idea, as long as it's an Eragon style, not a Harry Potter style.
Messymimi, HP fan, are you? I am. Haven't had the pleasure of Eragon and don't think I will.
Leah, the only reference is to my wild imagination. I was thinking "What could have hatched in the spring warmth?" and I could see the baby dragon so clearly, with the pieces of his shell lying beside him and his tail twitching a little as he slept. I don't remember the HP dragons very well, and I haven't gotten around to reading Eragon, but this one is quite sweet.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Ah, of course, Mary Anne. If it held a hatchling dragon I sure wouldn't want to disturb it.
(Brain goes ping!) This imagination-dwelling dragon is not the same as Robin McKinley's Dragonhaven, either, but I think it's time for me to read it again.Mary Anne in Kentucky
That is a great question. LOL B
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