Some of you will recall that I’ve posted ‘Craft Living with Anne and Malcolm’ twice before, and so know that all the photos/pictures are all about having a bit of a giggle about something(s) that you might have normally not noticed about a craft inspired photograph.
If you haven’t seen the firs two of these blog posts, you might find that having a read of them first will give you an idea of what to expect in this third instalment.
You can find the first Anne and Malcolm post HERE No.1 (it will open in a new tab for you)
The second Anne and Malcolm post can be found HERE No.2 (again, it will open in a new tab).
Anne and Malcolm aren’t myself or Mr.Cobs – however, they do have their feet placed firmly in our joined at the hip sense of humour. (except my humour is far cleaner than Mr.Cobs, and doesn’t involve swear words (very often) and most certainly has nothing to do with f.a.r.t.s or blowing raspberries either!)
Anne and Malcolm are a figment of my imagination. They are two people I ‘made up’ in order to share something which tickles the heck out of me – that being viewing a photograph and the ability to see something funny; odd; weird; strange; ticklish… which, the moment I’ve seen *that thing*, I instantly give voice to describing it. And … I simply brought that voice to the blog here in order to [hopefully] cause you smile.
So here for your enjoyment is Craft Living with Anne and Malcolm, part 3. I hope you enjoy viewing it as much as I did putting this little selection together for your enjoyment.
There aren’t nearly enough laughs to be heard in the world right now, so have some fun with these, and share them too. Let’s infect the world with a bit of laughter! 😀
Well, what did Malcolm expect Anne to put the pot plant on… a pillowcase off the bed?? Good grief!
Eh? Don’t we all do that???
Personally, Mr. Cobs lives with the belief that I have a bladder the size of Lake Titicaca!
…. Nice to know that someone else has that problem too. 🙂
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Well, we’ve turned over a few more pages of the ‘COBWEB CATALOGUE – life with a Crafter & her Spouse’. Y’know … I don’t think we’ll ever get to the end of that Catalogue – there seems to be an unending amount of pages in it.
I will be truthful and say that I love this adorable pair. They’re obviously made for each other. But both in need of getting out more.
Thank you so much for coming and having a bit of a giggle with me. Do remember to share the smiles with your friends (send ’em a link in an email) or re-blog for your own blog followers. We really do need more smiles going on in the world right now, so let’s form a chain, eh?
Wishing you a happy, contented weekend. Sending squidges and buckets love, to you in your corner, from me in mine. ~