Friday, 13 April 2012
Liquorish liquors, lager and Liebfraumilch, the Lap Dancer and the LLama
“Look” said the dog first thing this morning as I lay lazily in my bed. And looking out the window I saw a line of Lemmings; The Lemmings of Petragrad (Lemmingrad) looking in. Yes we have reached L and the lemming were out last night listening to loud Latin music played on lutes, and downing Liquorish Liquors, lager and cheap liebfraumilch in a lap dancing club. Before landing themselves in trouble with the Law for Lascivious language and lobbing Leaches at the lap dances and playing Leap Frog in the lavatory.
They were lucky though, because of a loophole in the law which states Lemmings can not be held responsible on a leap year. So I have agreed to mention the largely lost legend of The Lemming of Petrograd (Lemmingrad) yet again, Like anyone is listening (reading) the lumbering lefty literature of little leaping rodents and there leaders, Lamenting the long lost days of loyalty and luncheon meat.
This time round the dog has decided not to wear lipstick, last time it turned into a liability as a lively liberal Labrador kept leering lecherously at him leaving letters about a liaison in the log shed and some lively lust involving licking (YUCK).
After a late breakfast, me and the dog went to the lodge of luminescence by the
Lake where the lonely loathsome Lockkeepers ghost lingers, looking like a mad lunatic, and singing lyrically of the Lynx eyed Lyre Bird and the lobster. As it turned out he was quite Likeable, listening to him and his tales of Lilliput and how everyone, (the little Lilliputians) got eaten by a Llama.
We thought about going to Llanfair and a trip on the light railway to see Auntie Karen but the dog thought we should go to
because no one else on the A to Z trail would. In the end though we went home and the dog went off to lecture Ladybirds on Life and I got all lethargic and lackadaisical and thought mmmmmmmmm, I have to think of something like lightning, right now to make people laugh; sort of Jack the Lad.