Monday, 25 March 2013

Something For Nigel To Care For …..

Aunty Jan came round with a present for Nigel,  “Something,” she said “ ….. for Nigel to care for and nuture” ….. with a little help from Darrell if he wasn’t too indisposed being on trend and de rigueur! Grass head Bear..At first I feared that it may be an animal of some description ….. but breathed a sigh of relief when I saw that it was a Baby Bear Grass Head ……..
Baby Bear Grass Head…… something for Nigel to grow and wonder at. Darrell carefully read and relayed the instructions to an overawed Nigel …… Growing A Grass head.1. Open the can ….
Growing a Grass head2. Fill can with water …….
Grass head bear3. Leave to soak for 10 to 15 minutes …..
Solar powered waving queen and grass headand finally  …… 4. Place in a position with a sunny disposition, to wit our kitchen window sill ….. to watch and wait with all due diligence.
Grass head Bear.While watching and waiting with all due diligence Nigel observed that it was quite a strange looking teddy and had it not been for its eyes and nose it could have easily been mistaken for a large poo …… OMG, what is he like!!!!


Di said...

Oh no!! I really shouldn't check your blog boys just before hopping into bed - now I'm gonna have to lie quietly whilst trying to stifle the mirth! Will be watching the growth of the BEAR with interest! Hugs, Di xx

Anonymous said...

Nigel - perleeeze - you have Her Majesty next to that!!!
Hope it grows, or they grow - or you grow - or something grows!
JantheFan x

Anonymous said...

Whether Teddy Pooh or teddy poo, this is a most unusual and unique sort of teddy.....this teddy truly needs someone like Nigel to take good care of him!...Dianne

marc said...

nigel you can make your own funny hair heads out of crafty mums old tights cotton wool /sawdust and grass seed and some eyes ect or how about making crest egg heads for easter that would be fun i am ure crafty mum knows how big love marc

Anonymous said...

I agree with Nigel's observation regarding it's shape!

Mr.D said...

What is a miniature of Her Maj the queen doing staring at the grass head baby bear?