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

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Dreemy ice cream.....

Yesterday's Scores:
  • Gills: yes, anuver pre-seeson frendly. It waz a 2-2 dror.
  • Simpsons: no, an I'm gettin withdrawal symptoms. Havent seen them fer days!
  • Tesco: no, an I'm gettin withdrawal symptoms, etc etc....
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: fergot to do eny! Oh no! /10
  • Day Score: 7/10


I wassent shor wher to start wiv my holiday de-breef (hehehe- de-breef! That sownds like a PANT werd!), but as I had menshund the enormuss ice creems I thort I'd start ther. Arfta all, they wer my best bit reelly enyway.

On wun of the days we went to a littol villidge called "Ripley". If yer wondrin wher yu herd that nayme befor, it mite be that yu sor the "Alien" films (I dident, but Dilly likes 'em, cos she sez they've got dragons in) (or wagons in, wen she sez it) an the laydy in those films waz called "Ripley" too. SO enyway, I waz a bit nervuss.

But I needent hav been coz it waz all very frendly an peeceful lookin:

That's enuff ov the bildings, let's get to the ice cream! They sed that Ripley Ice Cream is "world faymuss" but I'd never herd ov it. Well heer I am, to mayke it werld faymuss, coz it deserves it! Heer iz Mummy pinchin ours:

It is vanilla cream on wun side an strorbry on the other, wiv a choklit flake stuk in, an then the whole thing is dunked in molten choklit sorce till it freezes an goze all crackly. It woz wunnnnnnderful:

it waz a bit exorstin to eet as ther waz so much ov it:

but arfta a wee rest I waz reddy fer mor!

"Per-leeeez Ser, can I hav sum mor??"

We went fer a littol walk rownd the villidge an blow me if it dident hav a blinkin' carsol:

On the way bak to the car we fownd sum cows hoo wer a bit frendly. Speshally this wun. This wun is a bayby boy cow.

Heer he is havin a bit ov trubbol wiv his sister, hoo is tryin to hug him to deff. Poor lad. It's tuff, havin a sister:

Well peeps that's it fer today. I fownd a bit abowt Ripley on the internet, so if yu want to kno mor abowt this playce, press heer or heer.

I'll be bak tomorro wiv another playce. Wa-heyyy!

Bye fer now!


RUTH said...

That ice cream looks scrumdelicous! Love your pics of the cows :o)

dEliRiuM said...

You are such a COOL bear! I have been following your blog for some time now, and have put you as a link on my blog page... hope you don't mind! :)

Pope Terry said...

That would have to be the best Oliver impersonation I have ever seen, Dickens I'm sure would be proud.

mrsnesbitt said...

Love it! Ripley Castle was where Flaxton Boys was filmed in the 70's. I had a crush on Peter Firth who played Archie Weeks. He now plays Harry in Spooks!

Love the area, we go for bike rides round this neck of the woods.
Glad you enjoyed Yorkshire! The Best! LOL!

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

it was the bestest bestest ice cream ever. I'm shor it helpt that it waz bear-coloured.


B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

No, I don't mind at all! It is always an onnor. Mummy liket wat yu rote abowt the black cat, btw.

Nose hugs,

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Pope Terry,

I reelly did my best, but they still dident get me eny mor :@{

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Mrs Nesbitt!

YOUR nek ov the woods? Oh boy. Oh boy. I thort yu wer up in Whitby!

(We bort sum Whitby Gingerbred for Granny. I carnt wayte to visit her an try sum...)


Rachelle said...

Dear Bob,
That ice cream looked ginormous!!! I am very glad you ate it all, after all, it would be sad to waste such a yummy treat like that.
A castle! Wow, someday I hope to see one, have you ever been to Ireland? That's where Shrink is right now, and I'm having a fit of jealousy..... Okay, I'm over it!

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

yes, I've been to Ireland. Most of Daddy's clan livs ther now. An my nose is an Irish flag.
But! But! But!
I'm not keen on goin bak there.
read this to see wy.


Margaret said...

I'm surprised you got that ice cream off Mummy! It looks like she is really enjoying it!

Those cows look so cute!

Lovely photo's. You're a great photographer, little Bob!