The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Oh, so cute.
And a darlin' lad he is!
He often waits out the front and lets local children pet him... I think he sees them as a light snack!
Nobody... feline or human... messes with Ted! Great pic, jams.
Ah, he's looking for someone worthy of throwing a brick at.Well, real evil requires patience.He is a handsome devil, in a rakish way.
What a great photo :-)
Oh Jams? I'll have a real knee-slapper of a groaner for you in the mornin' (Just don't slap the wrong knee!)
That's true.. even fleas are scared of him... honest. he doesn''t get infested even though the flufy duo may be covered in them!
Bryan I get the feeling that he would speask like James Mason if he could talk. Hollywood would fall over itself trying to cast him as an English baddie!THanks CherieRen he can look so sweet, even though he has the temper of a psychopath!
Ted seems to watch but do very little
He doesn't need to Beakerkin. THe mere threat of Ted strikes fear into the ehart of man and beast alike!
In his own good time of course!
This is a great photo! I love Ted's white socks! :D
I am going to have to commission a small Ted bead portrait LB!
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