AH yes we have reached X on the great A to Z jolly (or not so Jolly) and there are times when you think DAM why have I done it like this; but I have. So I asked the dog “Do you remember what we did in the practice run” and he said “ Well it’s your own Bxxxxxxy Yxxxxxx xxx Sxxxxh Fxxxxin Idxxxxxxxious Xxxxx Fault for trying to be a XXXXXXX total smart xxxxxxx xxxx x. So I not xxxxxx helping” ………. AH, I think he said something similar last time.
Since then however, dad has built a Xystus (covered walkway for exercises) in the garden for the dog, paid for with Xu (former monetary unit of
and even hired an Xystarch (ancient Greek officer
in charge of gymnastic exercises). But the dog attacked him with a Xyston (short pike used by Greek heavy
cavalry), the dog has a reputation to maintain and can not be said to be Xenodochial (Hospitable to Strangers)
although he does suffer from Xenodocheionology
(the love of hotels), so do I as it happens as long as they are posh ones. Vietnam
In School the wood work teacher said he would help (wood help HAH HHAHAH HAH hahhahha h) and had us learning xesturgy (the process of polishing) after first doing a bit of Xyloglyphy (wood carving). The woodwork teach also told us he has spent many a happy hour studying Xyology ( the study of Wood), buying some lovely bits of wood from his local Xylopolist; and showed us his prized Xylometer (instrument measuring specific gravity of wood).
Esmeralda is not happy as it is raining STILL, what has happened to the British weather this month . She was moaning to the headmaster about it but he said she should remember that us humans are xerophobous (unable to survive drought) and need rain. But Esmeralda said she was a lover of xerothermic (dry and hot) weather and hit him with her umbrella.
Back at home after school dad had made a steam powered xenurine (species of armadillo) which he had scurring up and down the Xystus and mum is making Xiphias (swordfish)Pie for tea YUM, and it is still raining.