WARNING: This blog is ritten in Bear English, wich is phonetic. An that is mor than yu can say abowt the werd "phonetic".

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Why Gillingham keep losing...

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: no
  • Simpsons: yes
  • Tesco: yes
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: 10/10
  • Day Score: 9/10

I discovered the reason why my football team, Gillingham, aren't doing very well lately: it's cos Mum's been very lax in observing the Wear-Blue-Underwear-On-Match-Days Rool. As eny football fan knows, it is essenshal to wear team colours when they are playing, espeshally lucky pants, as these vitally effect the outcome of the game. Well, she offered up the paltry excuse that her ownly bloo pair are full of holes. Onnistly! That just maykes them luckier. Tsk! They just don't understand, gerls.

But she ended up feeling so gilty (an kwite rightly so) that today she went out an bort new bloo pants. And I hitched a lift in her bag to keep an eye on wat shayde of bloo she got. WA-heyyy!!!!

New bloo pants! Gills play next on Saterday, so weel see how effective they are. Unfortewnately she won't let me put a foto ov them on the internet (spoyl sport) so here is a pikcher ov them. I'm shor you'll agree, they're a fine specimen of pant and shor to help the Gills in their game.

Bye fer now! (Hehehehehe...)


margaret said...

Cheeky bear! I'm not surprised your mummy doesn't want her pants broadcast to teh world! You're very cheeky to draw them!



B.T.Bear Esq. said...

Why? Enywun wud think she is ashamed of them.

Matt said...

Just nipping back to see what you're up to this week- oh dear!

Anonymous said...

perhaps your team keep losing because they aren't very good players. You have two choices, keep on supporting them and learn to live with disappointment or support Manchester United and enjoy a taste of success. (option 1 is best)

B.T.Bear Esq. said...

MAN UTD???????
Spf! SPfff Spfft!
Wash your mouth out with soap!
Never! Never never never!

And yes, )))sigh(((, I am getting used to disappointment. I sumtimes wonder why Daddy brort me up to support Gillingham. It duzzent seem like a very nice thing to do, given all the pain involved...