Cute Overload :D
My dear fellow Mr. Aragorn, is your tea agreeable?
Happy 11-11-11, Jill N.
What is it??
Mr. Aragorn is perhaps a gentleman of Quail-i-Tea
It’s a tiny cupa chick
“Honey, we have company. How many times to I have to tell you not to use the Cheep china teacups for guests?!”
Orange Peepkoe. My favorite tea.
Might be a cup of soup. Chickpee by the looks of it.
That looks like a demitasse–a little espresso cup. Which means that that’s a seriously tiny little birdie. Cheep cheep!
I’ve run out, can I borrow a cup of that?
*puts on bathrobe and slippers. yawns. shlups into the kitchen. yawns again. opens cupboard and pulls out cup and “that”. prepares it. shlups over to Gigi’s house and rings bell*
“Hi Gigi! Here’s a cup of this stuff. Enjoy!”
*waves pompoms, getting pompom bits all over the floor*
P: But what about breakfast?
A: You’ve had it.
P: First breakfast, yes, But what about second breakfast?
M: I don’t think he knows about second breakfast, Pip.
P: But what about elevenses? Luncheon? Dinner, supper? He knows about them, doesn’t he?
M: I wouldn’t count on it, Pip.
Just a little tea please. A peck or so.
heh heh heh
*Pippin gets an apple to the face*
Must.. carefully… cuddle… fluffy… teeny… chick…
“Second breakfast” reminds me of Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit. The day in his hobbit hole always included at least two breakfastses.
“To shlup” :LOL:
Really, you shouldn’t make fun of chick because of her small cup size.
Accept cup form Queen of Dork with gracious thank yous and closes door.
Pops cute little cick in nouth.
Ahhh that its the spot!
“O NO U DI-unt!!!”
Fleurdamour wins the internet!
I second that win and vote for conformation.
oops, “confirmation”, sorry….
Awww, shucks. (blushes and shuffles feet)
PS – It’s also an eggcup.
“Shlup.” LOL! Best word today! It exactly describes me in my slippers in the morning. Before and during coffee, to be exact. Yes.
“ELEVENSES.” Hooray for the Paddington reference!
Early morning ” peep me up ” , just what I desparately needed ! But where the heck did the bird come from ? I’ve heard of pheasant under glass but this is ridiculous !!!
There she goes again.