Saturday, 6 April 2013

Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife


The Slightly eccentric A to Z blogging adventure of unknown and rather unpopular Modern fairy tales
2013


F Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife

Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife was the founder of the fellowship of fairies and fairy tales, her finesse and fitness were as famous as Franks fish bar in the fevered frenzy of the streets of Falkirk.  One day Florence flew off on a flight of fancy to visit far away places and found herself in France.  But French fairies are a feisty lot and would fling fruit at Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife who then flew on to Florida thinking those French fairies are fearsome.



 In Florida she met Florida’s furry fairies renowned for their fastidious use of fluoride but for reasons no one could fathom they thought Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife was trying to steal their fluoride so they also threw fruit at her so Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife then flew to Finland where Finish frog fairies flitted about from lily pad to lily pad eating flies. How frightful thought Florence the florescent fire  Faerie from Fife who decided to fly on to Frankfurt but it was freezing and no fun so she caught the ferry to the Philippines due to a faulty map then on to the Pharaoh islands, it was a very faulty map. But she realised she was home sick although it may have been the strange foreign food making her feel a bit fickle.

So Florence the florescent fire Faerie from Fife returned to Fife where her father was so pleased to she her he said “fit forrny fasste fon ferry fickle fin the fool ferm few faggly Faerie foooo”, and to this day no one has a clue what he meant but they all lived happily ever after

As Freddie once said to his Ferret “Fool the freat as fank the fiddle”, and you can’t argue with that.   


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17 comments:

  1. By using Google Translate, I was able to get this complete clear message by combining Latin, German, Welsh, Esperanto, and a tiny piece of my imagination:

    USUALLY HAPPENS FORRNY handled FON Ferry pickle end, The Thinking About Tomorrow ought to nearly Few cigarette-like-shaped FOOOO

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    1. Hello Mr H It is not easy to translate west coast Scottish Gallic slang and I suspect you have done as good a job as anyone can unless fluent in the language of Fearie talk or Doric.

      http://www.glaswegian.info/Doric/Doric-Scottish-Words.htm

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    2. Oooo just to let you know we do not do the alphabet on Sundays, so Monday will resume with the letter G.

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    3. That's odd, I don't remember seeing your drawing for this F posting before (When I read it originaLLy). It is turning into one of those daze.

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    4. Well she has been travelling

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  2. And they all lived happily ever after.

    The Lil man: "Except for all the ones who died." :)

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    1. You can reassure Master Lil man that the letter G will end in death and lots of it in the best tradition of fairy tales.

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    1. You have a good way with words Mr Flip

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  4. Flippin' flail this was a nice post! :)

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    1. Many thanks it is kind of you to say so I often find I am off on a little tangent with my fellow members of RATs.

      (Radical Abstract Thinkers)

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  5. And you can't argue with that. :)

    Heather

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  6. Ah yes, a fun time to be had, here. Speaking of the letter "F", Fidelina, the beautiful fairy princess who lives in my magical garden, says how the elf are you?

    Right, I'm going now....

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    1. Welcome Kind Sir I have looked at your alternative A to Z, and as things are might join your idea and be a bit alternative. I have not commented on your posts because god you have a lot of comments, I am impressed but am glad that I get much fewer.... and good luck getting to A

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    2. Hi Rob,

      Good sir, I think you do a great blog. You are quirky and I like that. I get a lot of comments, I suppose because I visit a lot of blogs. Although the self-obsessed, self-promoting ones never comment on my humble site. To hell with them I say :)

      Yes, I'm not participating in that alphabet challenge, as such. Like you, I do it my way.

      Thanks dude.

      Gary :)

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