It looks something different. I too like to have a hot bath...
Weekend-Windup; welcome to drifting. there's nothing like a hot bath...
Eeeeuw. Not chicks I would be happy to share my bath (or bath water) with.Funny though.
PS: You are up early. Angel?
I think chicken stir fry is on the menu tonight. I will order a change as it suddenly does not appeal to me now.
No noodles in that chicken soup! :)
Elephant's Child; I've been wondering how many more comments I might have got if I'd titled this 'naked chicks in a hot tub' instead of Whimsical Wednesday. Yes, Angel. Usually I give him food and go right back to bed, but I was wide awake for some reason so stayed up.Andrew; pizza here. No chicken of any kind.Lee; no anything, just chicks. Or should I say chooks.
Do you know I never use the word "chook/s" other than here in explaining my lack of using the word. As children we weren't allowed to use it; and I've never used the word since. "Dunny" is another word we were banned from using...and I never use it, either. Mum and Nana both thought the two words were "coarse", that was the reason why...and old habits (or lessons) die hard. :)
Lee; I'm not as cultured as some (*~*)
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There's nothing cultured about it, River. I'm not "cultured"...it was just one of those things we were taught as kids.We weren't "flash". I came from a very basic household...raised by two hard-working woman; with little money to spare. We four - Mum, Nana, my brother Graham and I - lived in a two-bedroom rented flat. So, no...there was nothing fancy about us...or about me. There still isn't. :)
Well it's not looking like chicken today. ;-)