Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Mr Chris the Builder and a Wall

Time is short so in that case so is my post, you see it has been an incredibly busy day as Mr Chris the builder has been here and what was going to be a nice simple job doing some minor work on the Zombie defence ditch turned into a large huge job. It appears the Zombies had undermined a wall and so we spent the day replacing this wall which was rather hard work as well as muddy and very smelly. The wall you see was supporting and holding a substantial anti-Zombie moat full of stuff that even a Zombie would think twice about wading through, so working in the moat was not nice. But it is done now, well the hard part in done now and I can sleep again knowing that we are Zombie free provided they don’t work out that if the walk round the end of the wall and moat they can attack me. Zombies are not smart though and tend to go in straight lines, a bit like the Romans did although I don’t think the Romans were Zombies because they built aqueducts and stuff and didn't play dominoes.




OK that’s it time up.

Ooooo yes tomorrow is also a rather busy day I am helping the Ghost Writer shift stuff and going out for a meal. so I will also be rather late and to the point (as in pointy sticks) tomorrow also…..  



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13 comments:

  1. I wonder if it is difficult to underwall a mine. It probably depends on how hard the rocks are and your quantity of dyn-oh-might and a strategic place to put it. Today's real estate projects include two rather large nails that have popped almost out of building number 801 which I wiLL replace with some difficulty and two large screws. Then I have to darken some flames but only after watching the required tutorial on darkening on a DVD. I am going to do something quite remarkable: What a DVD without using a DVD player! .... Actually, its not that eXciting, I'm using a Blu-Ray player. After darkening flames the neXt logical task should be to dry some water ....

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  2. Now your blog page counter is almost my old zip code in South Dakota.

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    1. I hope that zombies never learn or already know how to hover or get anti-gravy boots. Oh sorry, I meant anti-gravity boots. I s'ppose protection from gravy could be important too.

      I am also busy entertaining-educating a seven year old.

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    2. Of all the tasks you have ahead of you from Darkening Flames, replacing nails to learning to walk in anti-gravy shoes by far the hardest one is entertaining-educating a seven year old. They eat up all your ideas in the flash of an eye, maybe seven year olds were the inspiration for the zombie eating all our brains. . . . .

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    3. I found out I was darkening the flames in an inefficient manner, as weLL as separating. Today's question at breakfast to myself is: What are some Hawaiian Islands that have eroded away. (Because they are formed by a hot spot that is moving in a southeast direction.) So I found an island that was stiLL an island back in the 1960s named Whale Skate Island but by the 1990s it has eroded away to just below the surface. As I pointed out a couple years ago an old island that disappears should be called a wasland. Which made me just now think of making a new word for the growing but stiLL below the surface new island caLLed Lō‘ihi (which is Hawaiian for 'long'. That word is willbeland.

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    4. I just realized the similarity between the words Zombie and dominoes. The b of Zombie and the d of dominoes are mirror images, and the Z and s are somewhat mirrorish, which forces me to start a conspiracy theory that a Zombie invented dominoes. Perhaps Domino Pizza is a secret weapon of Zombiedom? I am getting frightened now ....

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    5. Well there are two Z's in Pizza and a pizza in reverse is az zip and if you unzip a pizza it will look like it was eaten by a zombie. And there is the well know Domino Effect something Zombies use all the time...

      So you are right Mr ESB.

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    6. eXceLLent eXplanation at eveRy juncture. By unzipping a pizza I think you mean randomly taking off part to aLL of the toppings leaving lunar esque type craters, my visual (?)

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  3. We don't need no education...A zombiefied wall takes a lot of bricks.

    And grammar, what grammar? I'm no Roman out of here.

    This comment was typed in front of a dead studio audience.

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    1. Yes all those full stops semi col things and the various other stuff I should put in between words is a bit of a mystery to me but I try my best. Its what happens when you leave school at fifteen and then a hundred years later realize that there is an awful lot of stuff I don't know.

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    1. You are very kind, I am running out of time a bit a present so I had drawn it about a week ago. . . .

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