Sunday, October 14, 2007

New Post...



This is a new post. I'll use this when I can't think of anything to say. That's the case now.

46 comments:

/t. said...

oddly
erotic, LL...

;)

Little Lamb said...

You ARE weird. :-)

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

This is a Comment.

{:-)

Little Lamb said...

I like that.

/t. said...

ME
weird?!?

YOU are the one
posting the dirty pictures!

/t.

Little Lamb said...

How is a fence post dirty?

/t. said...

oh,
i see
your game, LL

you want me to describe in graphic detail the filth and perversion you post with your post of a post -- that would really turn you on, eh!

well forget it, sister -- i get my kicks above the belt!

/t.

Little Lamb said...

You're acting very weird, /t. This is not like you.

Who are you and what have you done with /t.?

Pink said...

Lambie I think you are mistaken. This is very much like /t. At least the old /t of burning dolly fame.

This however, is a dry humour I am unaccustomed to in your sheepish self ;)

xx
pinks

PS - its blatantly erotic, there LL. Go Lambie!

Lexcen said...

Since you post a post when you have nothing to post, I'll make a comment when I have nothing to comment, where usually I would not make a comment.

foam said...

i don't know, LL. this looks suspiciously like an old and recycled post ..:)

Anonymous said...

"However, the most common installation technique is to install the post directly/decidedly into the ground. Be sure to dig the post holes deep enough to provide lateral strength. Using pressure-treated lumber for this type of installation greatly increases the longevity of your posts. Note that if you cut pressure lumber, you should coat the cut ends with preservative � the factory preservative does not permeate the entire diameter of the wood.

Be careful when using concrete to secure wood fence posts. A common mistake is to put concrete in the post hole before inserting the wood post, which allows the concrete to form a cup around the entire bottom of the post. Instead, put the post in first, then the concrete, which will form an open-ended concrete collar around the post. The reason you should do this is that the concrete cup method will hold water, rotting your posts from the bottom up much faster."
Recent innovations in the manufacture of these posts greatly increase their strength and longevity over earlier models....

Ruela said...

jump jump l.lamb

Little Lamb said...

Pink, Well maybe it does look like /t. a bit. Maybe that's why he likes it.

Lex, that will be fine.

Foam, it is. I got it from another blogger.

Anonymous, ok.

mutleythedog said...

Maybe you could post recipes for grass? Or information on different kinds of grass - you have to use your own experience you know... also

Why didn't you show up on Friday night??

Little Lamb said...

Lambs don't know anything about grass. They just eat it.

About our date, I was there and you didn't see me.

Little Lamb said...

Ruela, jump over the fence.

Scary Monster said...

A couple o more of these and you'll have a fence.

STOMP.

Little Lamb said...

Very true.

STOMP

Corn Dog said...

Ha ha. I love "the post." Very ingenious Lambie.

Little Lamb said...

Thank you, Corn dog.

scribble said...

Wonderful post. Though it does look a little weathered, old, but full of character and many little crevices etc.
I look forward to studying more of your posts..either old or new.
:)

Serena Joy said...

Well, it's a very nice post, as posts go. And there are so many things you could do with it.

P.S. This is a comment.:)

/t. said...

ceci
n'est pas
une comment!

/t.

Little Lamb said...

Scribble, that's a very cute screen name. Thank you for visiting. You're going to study my posts? You can enjoy them.

Serena, Thank you.

This is a response to your comment. :)

/t., I didn't know you were French Canadian. I've been told about those people.

/t. said...

Ceci
n'est pas
une explanation


actually, LL, i was referencing a famous painting by an artist named René Magritte, whose painting shows a pipe, below which the artist writes, "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" (This is not a pipe)

/t.

Little Lamb said...

/t., I'm surprised at you!

Ruela said...

pole vault ;)
hey Seymour your gossipy!

Little Lamb said...

How is Seymour gossipy?

Ruela said...

great René.

Little Lamb said...

Great Rene?

Ruela said...

always with tongue outside ;)

Little Lamb said...

hmmm.

Ruela said...

René Magritte.

Ruela said...

lol.

Little Lamb said...

That sounds like a drink.

/t. said...

ceci
n'est pas
une drink, LL

/t.

Little Lamb said...

Huh?

Ruela said...

Ceci
est la pipe de la paix

Little Lamb said...

?

Ruela said...

.

/t. said...

cecilia ic
n'est pas une pest, LL

(cecilia is not a passenger pigeon)

!

Little Lamb said...

what are you all talking about?

/t. said...

pullin'
on those
wooly little
lamb leggies, LL

so, got any more porn posts like this one?

/t.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Nice wood!! I wonder if it would be good for smoking lamb??

Little Lamb said...

/t. Porn posts?

Phos, smoking lambs?