Sara: How are the Harry Potter books?
Mic: The main character doesn’t live up to his name, but the Potions teacher is awesome!
Mic: I think the chicken just shit on the book.
Sara: Don’t worry. There is a book cover on it.
The complete adventures of Sara n’ Mic: how did you get up there?, why are the gnomes outside?, why are we here?, what time is it?, the phone’s ringing, who’s winning? , what a great cast! , what’s this game about? , what’s your friend’s name? and what are you doing down there? are still collecting dust.
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Tagged book jackets, bookcovers, ceramic, chicken shit, Harry Potter, humor, Potions Teachers, pottery, Sara n' Mic, snape
Before medicine and potions, people must not have had an “apothecary in the world”!
note: Has there been an increase in people going into pharmacology since the Harry Potter books and movies came out? That Snape is such a role model.
double note: Are people on drugs getting apothecarried away?
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How To Catch A Haggis
The haggis is a sheep-like animal found in Scotland. Its legs are a lot shorter on the leftside of its body than the rightside. This physical trait is an adaptation to hillside grazing.
To catch a haggis some people chase it uphill: it runs counter-clockwise.
At the top of the hill people are there to scare it. The frightened haggis turns around to flee back downhill, loses its balance because of its shorter left legs, and rolls to the bottom of the hill where other people are waiting for it.
Myself and a friend were travelling in Scotland and met a young naive Australian guy who believed this story.
We emphatically told him the story was bullshit and that haggis was actually:
“sheep’s heart, liver and lungs, minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spice, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally boiled in the animal’s stomach for 3 hours”.
Between the “Truths” and “Fair Dinkums” we knew that he didn’t believe us.
I hope he figured it out eventually.
note: I’m still looking for skyhooks, striped paint, the elusive red herring, a snape, and the jackalope.
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