Bad Rooster! Nice Magpie!
Fabulous! Well done and funny to boot.
Dear Stafford,I had a tough tough week at work. And your magpie is the first thing that managed to make me smile!Thanks!
Very clever. Thanks for sharing it.
Funny and clever!Here's my Cock of the Walk
I'll just say it...the word chook makes me all kinds of happyand your poem makes that frightening rooster almost approachable
By the way, Stafford - all other roosters and hens appear to have been eaten, turned into coq au vin etc. Only yours ate the spiders!A winner for sure!
He is a real gentleman....:-)
Spiders and all, it's all in the game.
good one....gave me a chuckle
I like that, and didn't even share one with you?
Ah, he is SO very French. (said with an exaggerated accent)
Stafford,I think your game is just fine!:)rel
Humor has returned to the Raypages; succinct, worth severalsmiles, one chuckle, and a glanceout the window at the massivespider web suspended acrossthe bottom pane. Where iscock Chanticleer when we needhim the Northwest?Chaucer would be proud,as are we, sir. Stiletto and barbedand randy and real.Good mag.
Aw, this is great!!
Love it Stafford...you always have something good to say....bkm
How genteel of him to address the spiders prior to eating them.
Hmmm, dinner after its announcement... Nice take.
One canny rooster.
hahaha!! I hope this rooster didn't end up in MY tummy as dinner later in the day! Now I wouldn't want dead crawlies in it, would I? ;-)A superb anticlimactic take on the prompt!!! Me likeys...
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