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February 10, 2014

“Could you move your big bottom please,” said H.

He saw the expression on my face.  It wasn’t happy.

“I didn’t say ‘fat’,” he added anxiously.

“I know you don’t like the word fat.  That’s why I said ‘big’.  I mean ‘big’, not ‘fat’.   You know, ‘big’.  Like…Daddy Pig’s tummy.  That sort of big.  Not fat.  I wouldn’t say ‘fat’.”

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There we have it, the slim and sylph-like Daddy Pig.  

I’ve just seen an advertisement for spinning classes.

I’m going to sign up.

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4 Comments
  1. Sara permalink

    We all know you look nothing like Daddy Pig;-)

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  2. Aunty Ailsa permalink

    Oh dear H…….I think Aunty Ailsa may have to rethink all offers for a summer holiday this year, because her bottom is sooooo much bigger than mummy’s.

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  3. i realise this is not the most sympathetic of comments but I did laugh a lot at that! especially your caption on the Daddy Pig picture 🙂 p.s. I hope you enjoy spinning more than I did, although that may be more due to my decision to go to a 6.30am class in a moment of madness.

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  4. the bread wrappings have arrived! they are beautiful, thank you, and so very much more exciting than the spare part for the hoover that arrived with them. Please let me know if there is anything from the UK you need in return (Yorkshire tea, marmite, rain…) xx

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