Thursday, December 19, 2013

Unexpected Visitors

While my brother Dej was away from his keyboard yesterday - eating, sleeping or hooking up with some able bodied man on Grindr - as usual leaving his avatar parked on his western porch, he had two unexpected visitors.

The visitors were two draft horses of tall stature, heavy boned and a muscular build, with broad, short backs and powerful hindquarters that showed they were extremely well equipped for pulling.
I am curiously  checking what Internet porn Dej's avatar is looking at
Tom, who has loads of animal avatars in his Inventory, had shown Guyke and me where to buy a puppy avatar and two horse avatars, one a draft horse and the other one an Arabian thoroughbred. As the hour was late European time Guyke left us and Tom and I returned to Southern Charm alone to unpack my loot.

I had promised Guyke that we would unpack the horse avatars together, but in my excitement I couldn't stop myself after having customised my puppy, with Tom's help, so feeling a little ashamed I went ahead with the drafter but saved the thoroughbred for unpacking together with Guyke. (I hope you can forgive me, Guykechen!)

When we were all done I wanted to show off my new avatar to Dej. We went over to the northwest corner to where Dej was sitting, but as I have already told you he was alas AFK. Instead I took a few pictures to show him later on.

Tom and I moved on to the barn to meet and greet with my bulldog Bilbo, who was quite pleased with some company as I have neglected him a bit lately. The three of us had a nice time and chatted away awhile until we all felt that we needed to get some sleep.

9 comments :

  1. I haven't even unpacked mine.... Now who's the most patient man in SL :P

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    1. Well... I still am, just not yesterday! You are such a kind, forgiving and understanding son, I am very fortunate ;)

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  2. sure gives the Phrase H*ng like a Horse a different meaning... :P

    PS: my eyes are GOOD and I struggle with that damn captiva :P

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    1. Pffft you are delusional, dear friend,

      I see nothing well-endowed in the pictures (with the exception of my brother Dej, who is successfully hiding his member under the laptop).

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  3. This explains all the horse shit I been trampling in lately plus finding my son and heir, Ace buried nostril deep in pony excrement.

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    1. O.M.G. poor Ace! I believe a safe cure would be for you to put him back into Inventory. Keep him in that warm and safe environment until he turns 18 in about three first life years.

      He will by that time also be able to keep his head over the horse dumps and fit for grown up company. Isn't that a great idea?

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    1. I know you love me anyway even if I cannot stand the kids crawling around my feet, as I love you too! ;)

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  5. bad Grandpa! But that's it... he just hates the word: Grandpa!

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