18 thoughts on “Viral for Bilby”

  1. That was quite amazing, Isobel. Excellent choice, thank you. Strangely, before battle commenced, it reminded me of Allegro non troppo.

  2. I think Alice Dupre is extremely talented. Ever since seeing Cardboard Cars when it won the first Channel 4/ Bore Me Viral competition a few years ago I have been looking out for her stuff. V glad you liked it. πŸ™‚

  3. I don’t know where you find these these, Isobel; I wouldn’t know where to look, but I will take note of the name. Very good indeed! πŸ™‚

  4. No Bilby, not at all. You seem to be out quite a lot, carrying you gas mask bag, fondling your stone hippo. The Indie is a nice mix and often has surprising and interesting stuff that you don’t find in the other papers.

  5. There is much to be said for hippo fondling, Isobel. However, if I were still in possession of the gas mask bag, the fondling may have been unnecessary.

    When the signs are right, I may venture to The Indie. πŸ™‚

  6. Is this about the hippo Bilby?
    Cat has been sleeping on me as much as he can this evening, or beside me with one paw on me to make sure I don’t disappear without him knowing.
    Something scared him when he was outside this morning, but I don’t know what it was. He’s been a bit odd all day.

  7. Bilby, #6

    Made me laugh. I searched for a cartoon. Couldn’t find.
    In the first one, a chap is typing “Hello, this is John, I’m internet addict”
    In the second one, a group of people with him a circle, typing altogether “Hello John”
    πŸ™‚

  8. Just having fun, Isobel. The hippo is just a small, pleasingly tactile beast which has travelled with me for a long time and reminds me of the sunburnt country.

    I think it’s lovely that you and Cat are so close. I hope the scary thing doesn’t reappear, poor little chap.

    Good one, Levent! πŸ˜€

    Sweet dreams to you both.

  9. Oh Ferret you’ve posted that before haven’t you. Cat is quite blasΓ© about being photographed, but our handsome semi-feral, Sonny, (full name Son of Buster as we think that our previous semi-feral, Buster, was his dad) is most suspicious of cameras and worried by them. I tried to film Cat in the garden yesterday, but it was a pretty dismal failure as he kept running up to me. I might see if I can get a couple of seconds out of it.

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