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Thursday, 8 December 2011

Evidence that an insight into others' lives can make one feel inferior

I've been sitting in my living room, by the fire, thinking what a nice house I live in.  I was perfectly content.  Happy with the decor, though it's a little tired.  Pleased with my old radio, burbling away while I mark exercise books.

And then I watched this on the BBC news website .... check out the link.

Proof that I live in squalor compared to these guys ....







Fran started on her campaign to live the life of the more privileged

17 comments:

  1. None of that comparing now! Just enjoy your cozy home and fireplace.

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  2. Anyplace that keeps my cotton tail warm and dry is good enough for me.

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  3. If you want to feel better, come visit me. I guarantee you won't have to look very hard to find some squalor. You'll have to give me some advanced notice so I can clean out all my projects in the spare bedroom...it's not too squalorish, just cluttered!

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  4. Normal for Norfolk!!!!

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  5. Yeah the rabbits have got it good but, really, would you want all that sex?

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  6. Just goes to prove some folks have more money than sense.

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  7. He probably belongs to the Worshipful Company of Master Hutchmakers - and lives in squalor himself.



    I know how much it must hurt, but try not to feel too envious, Fran.

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  8. Some people have more money than sense....

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  9. I think it looks a little ott!

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  10. yes...but all that lettuce...

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  11. Well , y-e-s .....
    But who the hell wants to be called Runnie ?

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  12. Hahaha, he put pictures on the wall of the hutch! I'm sure the rabbits really appreciate them! What a dick!

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  13. Very bunny post,Fran.

    Anna May x

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  14. With all those video cameras it had a slightly Orwellian feel to it. All rabbits are equal but some rabbits are more equal than others..."

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  15. Alan's right - who in their right mind bugs bunnies? (see what i did there?)

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  16. All right, Fran, I know you were waiting for a comment from me before composing your next post. So - off you go.

    By the way, you should see the splendour in which my daughter's guinea pigs live... Not sure that they'll be taking in lodgers but I could ask on your behalf.

    Happy Christmas, in case you don't actually post again before the Big Day. I'm sure you're busy crocheting tree decorations.

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  17. Missing you not posting..hope all is well.....have a great Christmas, and Happy New Year too! X

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