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Mrs_Sweetpeach
Date: 2010-10-06 15:19
Subject: Question for lolabobs
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Location:Work
Mood:curiouscurious
Music:Dynamic Dancing
Tags:england, google, scrapbooking
Until you got your package, I wasn't sure I had addressed it correctly. In an attempt to convince myself I hadn't made an error, I played around with google and google maps. This didn't make me feel much better as I don't know for sure what your neighborhood looks like and I couldn't identify any house numbers. I spent some time scrolling around and found this a few door down.




Is that actually a live pig on top of your neighbor's shed? Is that common in your part of the world?


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lolabobs
User: lolabobs
Date: 2010-10-06 20:57 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Hahahahaha! Oh yes!

That is my street - the house you have zoomed in on is a pain, it looks a bit scruffty as you can see - the occupier has a big three wheel motorbike thing that he leaves parked on the pavement, blocking the path and he is always revving it!

The pig: I can actually see this if I lean out of my back bedroom window (which I do often in the summer when calling in the cats - the first time I saw it I nearly fell out the window! It's not, you'll be pleased to hear, a live specimen, it's some sort of white plaster, but it's lifesize and I have no idea why it's there on the roof!

This question made me laugh, so good stuff! My house looks much less interesting on streetview!
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2010-10-08 01:36 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I can't decide whether I'm relieved or disappointed. I blame my confusion on P.G. Wodehouse's novel Pigs Have Wings and the love one of his characters had for his piggy wiggy.

So is the big white house in the bottom left-hand corner where you live? If so, how do you get in? There's no door!
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