- Gills: no
- Simpsons: yes
- Tesco: no, so daddy had no proper milk for his Weetabix this morning so had to use mum's bottol of skimmed watery stuff, and then she watered down a carton of cream to make mor watery stuff for her tea. Yu see the lengths yu hav to go to wen yu don't take a bear to his favrit shop? Serves 'em right.
- Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: 9.5/10
- Day Score: 7/10
I was doing a Deep Think, which is sumthing that we Bears are rarther good at, about wot peepol call themselves. I mean about their jobs. Like, yu know wot a builder does cos it's in his job title- he builds. And a gardener gardens, an a teacher teaches, an a seller sells. Kwite a simpol system, really, but it works. But then sumwun must hav come along at some stage an sed, "Nah, this is too easy!" an startid changing it. Soldiers don't sold. That's silly. And neither do doctors doct. And even though I do a brillyant diary, I am most definitely NOT a diaryer. (Except for wen I eat too meny choklit peanuts.)I mean, wot about an author? Wot's wrong wiv being a writer? That's easy fer anywun to understand. I don't know wot authing is. Dilly sez there are birds called auks. Do they write? If so, how do they hold the pen with webbed feet?
Me an Dilly write, in fact, we mark out our favrit programs in the TV guide each week. Mostly it's Bear and Dragon programmes, but Dilly is partial to CSI. And the Simpsons, obviously. In fact yu cud say we are loyal viewers.
The Artic Puffin: a friendly auk, but can he auth?
Bye fer now!