Ein musikalischer Spaß – H. 522 May 3, 2014June 30, 2014Andrew 23 Comments Dad, do you know the grasshopper’s stuck on my nose? No son but you hum it and I’ll play it. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I left a comment yesterday about the wonderful Red-whiskered Green-moustachioed Bulbul but it seems to not have posted. Ah well, minor wit on my part anyway.
Did I delete the wrong one, Steve? You asked me to delete one comment. My mistake I guess. Let me check.
Oh, I forgot that…I asked to edit my typo and delete the second correcting comment. 🙂 No biggie…I got to express my lack of wit just the same. 🙂
I think I have restored it now. Never waste a good comment.
Bingo…the good ones are too rare to waste. Thanks, Andrew. 🙂
Love your humour, or was it your Dad’s? Great photo.
My dad could play Mozart. I can only listen. I don’t know the origins of the joke to be honest but it was famously used in a TV advert for PG Tips tea. Always made me smile, Barbara.
Great joke! I have been dodging robins and blackbirds all day as I was clearing out ivy from under a tree. The blackbirds stopped bothering to avoid me as I tossed vine weevils to them while they hung about inches clear of my trowel with their beaks stashed so full things kept dropping out.
I shan’t make reference to your likening yourself to Wolfgang Amadeus, Andrew: never let such mockery pass my lips ! [grin] MARVELLOUS photo !
You are the only person to spot the H 522 instead of K 522, M.R.
Köchel out, Hardacre in 🙂
Ha! That’s great!
How utterly cute is this.. love it!
Thank you. Not so cute if you are the gropper 🙂
Good shot sir. And one of my all time favourite jokes.
Yes, the oldies are best.
That’s not a grasshopper that’s my nose!
Thanks Rod. How does your grasshopper smell? Awful!
’tis the rare but lovely Red-whiskered Green Moustachioed Bulbul. 🙂
haha! very funny and a great picture. The caterpillars in our garden have now vanished. I think naming and shaming them on Facebook did the trick. The one in our bedroom is now morphing in to a cocoon. I’m leaving it because I’m longing to see exactly what it will turn in to….
Do tell. I’m all agog 🙂
I’m keeping a close eye on it….not sure how long the chrysalis stage is but I’m all agog too 😀