Monday, 9 February 2009
We believe that the one on the left (with its inexplicable head-rose)is supposed to be a kitten, and the one on the right is some sort of puppy.
Yes, they appear to be melded together.
Tune in next time to see my sister's tit-for-TatBomb.
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Sunday, 18 January 2009
Sunday, 16 March 2008
So, picture this.
Christmas day. A family all together. Laughter, church, food, presents.
Being my family...
TatBombed to my sister from me:
I'n't she cute?
And vice versa:
Why, yes! Those are puppies in a 'basket'. I think I won, but it's a close-run thing.
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Tuesday, 5 February 2008
Okay, I really have no one to blame for this but myself. Or maybe I could blame the woman who was hawking them a couple of days before Australia Day? However, once I did buy it, I thought of how it would be perfect for the Tatwars blog...
Green and gold (traditional Aussie colours) bird pen with a lovely green felt hat on. The tag dangling from it's beak is the worst part, I think - Aussie Ostrich. Australia doesn't even have ostriches natively!
Of course, Sarah, you should look at this as an opportunity.
Now, think of someone you know who'd be excited to receive a gift of it (Note: Not me!).
Thursday, 10 January 2008
This is pretty much the maximum size for a traditional TatBomb, and cost the princely sum of £3.99 (from a charity shop - I would not normally pay that much for a TatNuke). Please note the dog with the humpback, the socks hanging on the mast, and the badly sculpted waves.
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Saturday, 1 December 2007
There are some people who will, upon being informed of your liking of cats (or whatever), immediately file that information under the 'gift-giving' section. And then every gift you ever receive from them will in some way be related to your liking cats. These situations invariably end up with the pretence of delight when you are presented with something like this item.
Sunday, 25 November 2007
After a few weeks, she returned the TatBomb with a birthday present.
I think it's supposed to be some sort of sad harlequin clown.
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