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Alan!!

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Hello everyone!

We had a bit of a surprise over the weekend when someone new arrived ever so suddenly at the girl’s house.  We have managed to find out his name is Alan, but other than that we are a little bit stumped as he doesn’t seem to speak much English.

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We have figured out that when he says “blurble” it means “night” and when he says “blooble” it means “morning”.

By happy accident, we think that when he says “yippee” it means the same thing as when we say it.  This is good – plus it is a very fun word to say anyway.

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YIPPEE!

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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A tour of the new house

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Hi everyone!  It’s sunny today so we thought we would tell you a little bit about the house that we live in now.  Exciting, right?

The house is big compared to the small flats and houses that the girl has lived in for the last few years, but our main part of it (the bed) is exactly the same, so we are perfectly at home!

There is a big garden full of plants and trees (it is far too big for us to explore on our own – it would take us hours to get across from one side to the other).

We have also noticed that the girl’s dad has a tendency to collect old stuff, and we cannot work out a reason for this.  We have spotted a lot of furniture and an old car in the driveway.  We don’t know what these things are for, but they must have some purpose.  [They don’t – Girl]

Unfortunately we have noticed that the monster spider repellent does not appear to be working.  We found a big-ish spider the other night which made us all feel a bit creepy, even thought the girl was brave and put him out of the window straight away.

On a more positive note, we have also discovered a swing to play on if the weather is nice – Yippee!

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Momu meets Snowy

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Well Howdy Momu fans!  How’s things?

I’ve got another lad for you to meet today – Snowy!

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Momu: What’s your name?

Snowy: Hello Momu’s readers.  How are you?  My name is Snowy.

M: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

S: Certainly.  I came into the girl’s life one Christmas time (I love Christmas, don’t you?) when she was about 7 years old.  I’m not quite as white as I was when I got the name Snowy – but I am a bit afraid of the washing machine as any sensible lad should be.

M: How old are you?

S: I reckon I am around 22 human years old.  That’s quite an age for a bear like me, let me tell you.

M: What’s your favourite way to spend an evening?

S: Oh, that’s a tricky one – there are so many options.  I like to read with the girl, watch TV mainly with the boy and generally relax – I’m getting on a bit you know.

M: Do you have any favourite catchphrases or sayings?

S: Oh I don’t think so – the other lads would maybe be better placed to tell you if I do. [He does mention his age quite a lot – Freddy]

M: Do you have a best lad friend?

S: I like Freddy because we tend to both curl up with the girl when it is sleeping time.  I also like Whitey – he is even older than me!  I know, hard to believe isn’t it?

So there you go – I hope you enjoyed meeting Snowy.  We are hoping the weather might cheer up soon – it has been ever so grey here all day.  We have hardly bothered getting out of bed at all.

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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The Boar Defense League

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Hi everyone!

As promised, I managed to pin Steve down and get some information about the Boar Defense League for you to look at.  Here goes:

Momu: Why was the Boar Defense League set up?

Steve: To counter Boar attacks (dur!). [I think the lads at the boy’s house had been hearing some snorts and snuffles during the night and assumed there was a boar or boars around the place – Momu]

M: What are the logistics of the Boar Defense League?

S: All the lads are on duty throughout the night.  The control centre gathers data and passes it to all posts.  Three nets are set up on the front of the bed to slow the boar down and there are some hankies (kindly donated by the boy for the boar effort) in front of the forward position lads.  There is a chemical lava lamp and anti-boar turbine fan also in the room.

M: Who does what?

S: All the lads muck in and perform duties, but Ratty and Stuart look after the nets.  Sebastapol is in overall charge and Conran is second in command and controls the front line.  Small “fast attack” lads are used for quick responses and larger lads are used more for muscle.

M: Have you got any alert systems or signals in place?

S: We have states of alert in place; Green means all clear (we have not had this status for some time).  Yellow means on guard but under control.  Amber means high alert, all systems in operation.  Red means imminent attack, this is the highest possible state of readiness.

M: Have there been any injuries?

S: Two attacks on the lads have been likely caused by the Boar according to our Intel.  Burt has had his leg damaged and needed minor surgery to make sure it was on again properly and Sebastapol’s head nearly came completely off and had to be sewn back on.  He got a medal for bravery for this incident.

So there you go – a little bit more information for you about what the lads get up to.  And you thought it was all just lazing around on the bed…

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Momu meets KC

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Hello everyone!  We have had a bit of a shock with the weather here over the last few days – it was lovely and sunny one day and then it rained and stormed for almost two days.  It was quite scary, but it has given us a fantastic excuse to snuggle in bed even more than we would normally.

I thought I’d introduce you to a new lad this evening;

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Momu: What’s your name?

KC: Hi everyone, I’m KC.  Apparently this stands for Knitted Character (this comes from Harry Hill – we like him, he is funny!).  Everyone knows I am crocheted though, so this name isn’t quite right – but KC seems to have stuck, and I like it.

M: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

KC: I’m another charity shop lad.  The boy spotted me and nearly fainted with excitement because I am the embodiment of Harry Hill’s Knitted Character and I had to come home with him.  This is a good thing.

M: How old are you?

KC:  I’d imagine I’m a few human years old by now.  I’ve been settled in with the other lads for ages anyway.

M: What’s your favourite way to spend an evening?

KC: I’m a self confessed lazy lad – I have a tendency to loll around gazing up at whatever takes my fancy.  I also like looking through the girl’s collection of crochet flowers in case there is a new colour or design that takes my fancy to wear.

M: Do you have any favourite sayings or catchphrases?

KC: “OOOOH – New flowers – Gimme!”, “Hush, I’m busy being lazy!” Hahaha!

M: Do you have a best lad friend?

KC: Anyone knitted or crocheted (especially Bluey) but I am friendly with all the lads – who wouldn’t be – we’re great!

So there you go folks, another lad for you to learn about.  The Pirate Festival starts here tomorrow evening – where are our eye-patches and wooden legs?  Arrggghhh!

More soon,

Love Momu. x

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The Life of a Fisher Lad

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Hello everyone!

We have been living by the seaside for a little while now and for the most part seem to have settled in to our surroundings well.

We Like:

To smell the salty air,

To see crispy chips covered in lots of salt and vinegar,

Ice creams with a swirl of sauce and

Seagulls screeching over our heads.

We do not like:

Sand (for fear of the washings that may follow),

The buffeting wind which comes off the sea and messes Steve’s hair up,

The smell of fish on the quay (this makes the boy feel sicky) or

Spiders as big as us who also have a tendency to pop into the new house on occasion. (We asked the girl to get some spider repellent spray.  I hope she checked properly that there were no spiders in with us before she started to spray all round the room, otherwise they will be repelled inwards and we will have to live with them forever…)

Here’s to a lot of happy (hopefully monster spider free) times ahead.

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More soon,

Love Momu. x

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Steve

Hi fans!

I’ve been getting dirty looks from Steve recently because apparently I have been introducing new lads and ignoring those who have been here for ages.  So for fear of a sheep attack, here is Steve.

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Momu: What is your name?
Steve: My name is Steve, I’m a sheep.  The humans seem to think that alliterative names are the best.

M: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
S: I was spotted in a charity shop window by the boy.  I maintain that he saw my hair and was so intruiged by it (having none of his own to speak of) that he had to take me home and study me fully.

M: How old are you?
S: I think I was one of the first rescue lads, probably coming home with the boy about three years ago.  Lad days have a tendency to roll into each other, it’s very tricky to keep track of time.

M: What’s your favourite way to spend an evening?
S: I am quite integral to the Boar Effort, so I need to make sure that anti-boar defence measures are put in place each night with the other lads.  After that, I am quite fond of sitting on the boy’s shoulder and watching the stars on the ceiling.  (I have a suspicion that these are not real stars, but the boy seems to be under the impression that they are, so I go along with it to keep him happy.)

M: Have you got any favourite sayings?
S: “Get the nets out lads!” and “Yes, that’s right, 13 stars boy.”

M: Do you have a best lad friend?
S: I like all the lads, especially those who don’t try to mess up my hair – it takes ages to get it to look right.

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Steve promises he will be back soon with a full boar report as he is rightly concerned that our readers will not know what we are talking about when the Anti-Boar League is mentioned.

More soon,
Love Momu. x