Can I have your money, please?

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http://www.amazon.com/Wildersoul-Colouring-Book-Anasera-Trifonoff/dp/148409603

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67 thoughts on “Can I have your money, please?

    1. I love pronouncing it Wildesoul as in Wildebeest πŸ™‚ Some like to shorten it to Wilder, or Wild πŸ˜‰ Yesss… Imagine gallumphing across the plains of Africa, hot dry wind in your straggly hair… crossing the alligator-infested alkaline river to get to the greener grass on the other side… a merry mass migration with many wildersouls…. ahhh, bliss. Wild and free, that’s me…. (at least on the inside!) πŸ™‚

      And what about Babbage? Is it Babbage like Cabbage? Or “Baa-Barge’ as in Sheep-Ship?

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      1. I am imagining the galumphing…haha! that’s fun…not happy about my straggly hair, but a least I’ve got some hair…for now…can I jump on the alligators’ backs to get across…I can’t imagine why a Wildesoul wouldn’t fly…does it not realise that it’s a Wildesoul; for there are no mirrors on the Serengeti – 100 cups of tea for getting that reference!

        Babbage is pronounced cabbage, except on special occasions where the ‘a’s are replaced with ‘i’s, such as Brief Encounter reenactments.

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      2. Ah, Billy Connolly… what a comedian! I have come to enjoy being bound to your cups of tea, so 100 will keep me going for the rest of the year I hope! πŸ™‚
        I didn’t realise I was a flying wildesoul.. I will jump out the window, the second-storey window… wheeeeeeeeee….

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      3. You mean… sweet nothings must be eaten only in the romantic stretches of the street? By the way, please jog my memory.. are you married? I get mixed up sometimes, and I know that Arthur is married, and saw he has lovely children, and cannot recall if you were or not…

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      4. I try to take religious conversations to my Pull Up a Big Armchair and Talk Your Heart Out blog. Although it has been very quiet over there lately. Would you like a visit and a chat? (Or an interrogation, whichever you prefer, over your appaloosa tea…) There are some of those special chocolate-coated biscuits in the pantry…

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      5. (passes a whole packet of hobnobs….) No need to run off without your hobnobs. Rain threatened but ran off laughing in the sunshine. πŸ™‚ Frowns can fall upon the sidewalk…

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      6. Hehe – my church has no roof, as it is made entirely of people – and since lead is poisonous to people, there is no need to bring any back πŸ™‚ Use it to keep safe from that kryptonite, dear friend.

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      7. Oh no, don’t do that… (shiver) the outfit is supposed to hide your bare skin….
        The thought is altogether too overwhelming for my sensibilities, and I well… need to change the subject… this post is supposed to be about money making it’s way from you out there, to me in here… hee hee.

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      8. I know. That’s what I was saying… Same thing happens to me with some of those fire-eating dancer types, they take their shirts off so they don’t catch fire! (dabs brow at the thought…)

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      9. Neither do I. I have one of those free Kindle Cloud Readers installed on my laptop. So I can read Kindle e-books etc. I’m about to download some 14-day free trial Kindle Blogs to see what it’s all like. I reckon between you and Uncle Arthur, the spot for No. 1 bestseller Humor/Satire Kindle blog will soon be taken by storm!

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      10. I am frustrated. I wanted to check out a Kindle Blog, for a free trial of 14 days, on my Kindle Cloud Reader. And it says that it is not available to people in the Asia/Pacific region, which means I can’t check it out. So I was hoping you might check it out for me… is that rude?

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      11. The whole thing is unavailable to me. I could still create a Kindle blog I suppose… I will have to check. Yes, just download the Kindle Cloud Reader, and you will be able to download any Kindle e-book, or blog, or newspaper etc, and read it on your computer browser. And yes, sign up for the free trial, and remember to cancel it before the 14 days is up, so you don’t get automatically charged for a subscription. Unless you like it of course! πŸ™‚ I would love to know what you think. I heard of one blog having 5 million unique readers. That adds up to a lot at 0.99/month.

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      12. There is no rush, and I am so curious as to what you what you will discover and whether you like the experience of a Kindle Blog subscription.
        I so much think your humour would have an audience and be appreciated, and wouldn’t it be nice to have people ‘buy’ your blog like they would pick up a newspaper from the news-stand. Or corner dairy, here in NZ.

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      13. Just so long as there’s no rush! I don’t know that I’ll have time tonight, and my laptop isn’t actually mine, it’s my father-in-law’s so I must make sure he hasn’t got it before I can cancel the trial…I might try it on a work computer…bear with……

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      14. I have overstepped the bounds of our friendship and imposed upon you, haven’t I.
        I’m sorry, let’s go back to the orchestra, and the middle of the road… πŸ™‚

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  1. A new book? That is totally awesome! And I think it’s a great idea that will catch on. Best of success to you! I mean that sincerely… I’m going to take a boo right now! This is so wild Wildersoul! I’m so proud of you! Cheers!

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