Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Guess who's back, back again...?

Hello all

Yes, I am safely back in the UK after a hectic trip to Kenya. Apart from discovering a mite sucking my blood whilst attached to one of my testicles on Saturday morning I managed to escape pretty much without incident, which makes a nice change. Mrs Dr McC was particularly pleased to see me, as she worries constantly when I am abroad. For some reason she thinks I can't take care of myself. She did raise an eyebrow concerning the ladies of dangerous pleasures that I regularly encounter, but I'm so used to their lascivious looks that I barely even notice them.

Ravel is still detained at her majesties pleasure, in case you were wondering. I'll tell the full story as soon as my blogging allocation time (BAT) allows. Mrs Dr McC keeps strict tabs on how much time I spend doing this, especially when the twins are around. Yes, they are here, peering over my shoulder as I type and generally making a nuiscance of themselves. They fancy that they are rather good at all this computer malarkey, despite their tender years.


They also fancy themselves as a couple of wits, as evidenced by that last sentence. For it was Twin X who typed it whilst Twin Y was distracting me by pulling on the powercables to test their 'tensile strength'

Must go now, they have started fighting.

J Mc C


Kim Ayres said...

Do you commonly use your testicles as a parasite gathering tool? There's clearly more to this than I'd ever imagined.

Nikki said...

HA! That was pretty funny Kim.

Lascivious looks. Why? Do they have dain bramnage? he he

I'm glad you're back and all is well and that you have fun with Twin X and Twin Y.

Hello Mrs. Dr McC! Please let us know if you decide to start a blog. I would love to hear your side of the story.

Beki said...

At least you removed the mite before coming back in the country - I'd hate to think your testicles were accussed of smuggling illegal immigrants.

Great blog!

Charlie said...

Welcome back, Dr, and balls to those parasites. We often refer to them as "crabs".

I find it interesting that you named the twins X and Y. Do you dabble in genetics as well?