Saturday, December 05, 2009

Ripping Yarns


I don't read things carefully enough and often get the wrong end of the stick.
But in the latest Radio Times it said 'Sahara with Michael Palin'.

My heart missed a beat. Surely not.


Oh No - I can't even bear to think of it.
KAZ

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23 Comments:

Blogger Rog said...

Very good!

And your Photoshop skills are getting exceptional Kaz. Particularly your Handy work.

PS He's a national treasure who is a bit too perfect.

2:47 pm  
Blogger Rog said...

Yay!!! Second!!!!

2:47 pm  
Blogger Macy said...

But there is some familial resemblence now you point it out.

2:50 pm  
Blogger Steve said...

Frightening. And as incongruous as seeing Jesus slapping the back of Hitler.

3:09 pm  
Blogger I, Like The View said...

I so thought that this was going to be about unravelling old pieces of knitting and making something new from the wool. . .

3:20 pm  
Blogger xl said...

You betcha!

3:21 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Rog:
The hand belongs to John McCain - I just replaced the head.
Perfect - yes I'm still waiting for the brothel/three in a bed/whiplash/satsuma/sex scandal.

Rog:
For a moment there - I thought we were in Canada .

Macy:
Erm - well I didn't actually.
I'm still looking :)

Steve:
Maybe - but not as improbable.

View:
I don't believe you.
But they all did well after Monty didn't they?

xl:
'You betcha!'
Is that Texan for Hear hear?

3:37 pm  
Blogger Dave said...

I've visited several places that Mr P saw in that show.

I have yet to make the aquaintance of Mrs Palin. I don't particularly wish to visit Alaska, mind you.

3:46 pm  
Blogger white rabbit said...

I'm somewhat troubled by the turning blue gig? Is this some sort or irradiation?

4:38 pm  
Blogger MJ said...

Has Michael Palin gone rogue?

4:39 pm  
Blogger Martin H. said...

Some might say Himalaya...Heralya.

6:12 pm  
Blogger tony said...

And Now That Would Be Something Completely Different ............

6:45 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Dave:
Ever thought of going on television?
Alaska is the new Tuscany - I hear.

White rabbit:
Sarah is turning Michael into a Tory.
He will need to be decontaminated before his next series.

MJ:
Michael has gone a bit 'off message' in recent years.
He's a tad too conventional these days.

Martin:
I'm sure you must be right - but I haven't a clue what Heralya means.
Help.

Tony:
Yes - a good laugh perhaps.

7:06 pm  
Blogger Geoff said...

I've heard Michael has a girl in every port. And Sarah's got five kids. What is it with these Palins that they can't control themselves?

7:34 pm  
Blogger mago said...

Is Mrs. Palin just Mr. Palin's muppet? Would be consequent, all just an intellectual joke ...

10:16 pm  
Blogger Martin H. said...

KAZ

A silly bit of wordplay really. Himalaya and Heralya (her a liar) making reference to the many times Sarah Palin appears to have been economical with the truth.

10:36 pm  
Blogger Vicus Scurra said...

It's easy to confuse those two words. One of them is a vacuous desert incapable of supporting intelligent life.

10:50 pm  
Blogger dinahmow said...

Vicus makes a good point!

Here's a link that might amuse

http://www.slate.com/id/2237261/

1:16 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Geoff:
Michael?
Unfaithful to his dull, homely wife of 46 years?
No - I refuse to believe it.

mago:
She's certainly a muppet - but much more dangerous.

Martin:
(blushes) ..Very Good .... as a crossword solver I should have spotted that.
It just looked like a name from a Greek myth.

Vicus:
Ah yes - but Sarah gave birth to other forms of life including Track and Trick.

Dinah:
Excellent.
I love the line ".... his new silk boxer shorts would soon be more endangered than the leatherback sea turtle."

10:16 am  
Blogger Kerrie said...

I am so impressed with this line of thought and they may be perfectly matched but unaware.
It's easy to misread things, the Colin spent a good fifteen minutes watching a programme about bears. Whaen he misread the title Big Beasts. He was infact hoping for Big Breasts.

3:20 pm  
Blogger Madame DeFarge said...

I suspect that Mr. P knows more about foreign policy than she does, having made so many programmes about johnny foreigner places. But can he shoot a moose?

8:34 pm  
Blogger Roses said...

Damn, Vicus has the best lines.

8:21 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Kerrie:
Poor the Colin.
I'm always doing things like that - but I can't remember any examples.
Kev reads slowly and remembers everything.

Madame:
Probably - shooting a moose sounds very Monty Python.

Oh Roses:
Please don't encourage him!

2:32 pm  

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