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

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Heer at larst!

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: No
  • Simpsons: Yes
  • Tesco: No
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: 8/10
  • Overall Score: 7.5/10
HULLO NOT-A-BEARS!!!

WOW it's bin aiges since I've bin on heer! Weev awl bin so bizzy. But at larst I hav got the pewter to myself. Hurray! Yu must hav awl thort I'd gon off an hybernaytid or sumthing!

Granny haz finerly got her bungalow up the road from us. Heer she is, standing in frunt ov it:
Dits ownly a littol playce. Dit ownly looks big heer becos she is a pokkit Granny.

She is stayin wiv us for a wile, till evrything is ok at the bungalow. Thare waz a leak under the sink an Mummy fownd owt it needid a new sercol ov rubber calld a washer. So she went to the plummer shop wiv the pipe in her hand an sed, "I need a new washer for this bit, pleez." an the man lookt her up an down an realized she dident hav a willy an so she probly dident noe enything abowt plummin an sed to her, "Wat yu need thare is a new washer, deer."
So Mummy sed, "Er, yes. Do yu hav wun to fit this bit an this bit?"
an the man sed, "Oh, yu won't need wun for that bit, deer, just that bit."
So Mummy ownly got wun for part ov it, cos the man sed that waz awl she needid. An then Mummy fittid it under the sink an ran the warter, an wen she chekt it, the ownly bit still leakin waz the bit that the man sed wud be awlrite. An now I hav to finish the story becos she sed I shud not rite wat she sed abowt him. HAHA.

We ar goin to the bungalow agen today an I am goin to help finish unpakkin an tidying for Granny. I'm a helpful Bear.

Also she is still wonderin if her Bears hav enuff room thare. I told her, I intervewed awl her Bears, an the wuns that parst ar allreddy at my playce. If yor sayin that mor mite need to moov owt, then I need to set up sum second intervews becos kwite frankly sum ov them wer kwite up themselves. They dident seem to see the sense ov doin my rools. Wun ov them eevn sed hoo waz I to tell him wat to do!!!!

Bye fer now!

15 comments:

Found art blog said...

You're Bob The Bear, that's who!! And if you have any more trouble, my friend Boo Bear will come over and shout "BOO" in their ears!! He can be quite scarey, you know.

Chaudhary said...

Great idea! Love seeing a creative mind work and gain success!!!!!! Hope it continues to grow!

regards.
http://www.mayfairstationers.co.uk

Julie said...

Granny's bungalow looks lovely. She will be very happy there speshily being near yoo. Yoo will soon sort those bears out! Or you could send Dilly in to tell them what for! lol

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Oh! at last! was gettin' worried!

Granny's bungalow looks loverly. Granny sized! Not too much hoovering to do.

I'm sure you'll keep those upstart bears in line Bob. You tell em!

Love n hugs, Granny K (Tweeeepp!)

Asta said...

Welcome back Bob
I've missed you. I'm so glad you'we getting Gwannie settled in hew nice new bungalow neew you. It should make things easiew on youw mum not to have to go away all the time to help hew Mommi.
Good luck wif those intewviews Bob..I think you should tel them, it's youw house, so you get to make the wooles...if they don't like it, they can go elsewhewe.

Smoochie kisses
ASTA

The Teddy Bear Family said...

We weren't worried. Mommy told us it takes six weeks to pack everything and 6 years to unpack everything, so we weren't worried.

As for what your Mommy said about that man...well, we just invented a new rule. Whenever Mommy gives us a b-a-t-h, we're allowed to tell everyone her secrets. (Mommy just gave us a b-a-t-h!) So, just save what she said in your mind, until she does something as mean to you.

Also, we're having another English to American translation problem again. We thought little houses were called "cottages" over there. There a'posed to be "bungalows" on this side of the Atlantic?! Then again, it looks huge to us. Considering the tallest in our family is Spaulding, and he's almost half a meter tall...well, that house looks ginormous!

i beati said...

i hope she loves it and feels comfy that's the scary part to leave what you know. I thought you ate too many peeps..sk

Ed said...

Has Granny got a comanion? Cos I have one here I rescued from charity shop today!

Marlowe said...

I think you need to keep those new bears in line! Can't have chaos!

Ms. Creek said...

Hi Granny!

Hi Bob!

I've missed you you you!

Feronia said...

So good to see you again, Bob! Granny's bungalow looks very nice. It's funny but men in plumbing shops here in Australia sound just the same as the ones you have in England! Keep up the good work of being a helpful bear! :)

Stardust said...

Heer yu ar! HUGS!

Sumtimes, it taykes time to lern things, but we all get wiser in the end. So, gud luck on the sink repair, I'm sure it gets right de secund tyme.

Granny's bungalow is super gorgeous. Pretty pickcher!

Ok, yu must be experiencing sum different Bear kulture there, but I'm sure things turn owt beary wise sinse yu're doin the interview! Bear luck!

Mack and Sally Ann said...

Bob,
You might want to start using the naughty bear chair. Taddy sits in it sometimes.
Sally Ann

San said...

Bob, how lovely it will be to have your Granny living so nearby. Her bungalow looks sweet.

You don't have to tell me what your Mummy said about that salesman. I already said it myself, in my mind. That kind of person: #*@~^% best describes his attitude.

I'm glad you're back and I'm glad I'm back too. It's been a while, no?

CherryPie said...

That looks like a very fine bungalow.