Year Of The Long Horn

This is a bit of a mad sink fest which jumped out at me this morning.

It’s a different language.



Today is start of the Chinese Year of the Ox.

Happy Moo Year.



It’s the Year of the Long Horn.

Texas keeps showing.





Fort Worth is Cowtown.




And Horny in Congress.



The Year of the Ox and the Oxford jab.




Damned foreigners. Stealing all the jabs.



East to West Madness and the Oxford and Cambridge rail link. It’s wireless.



The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.

The Boat Race in British rhyming slang is The Face. Oxford are the Dark Blues and Cambridge are the Light Blues. Normally the boat race takes place on the Thames but in 2021 it has been moved to the Great Ouse.

The Ripple Effect.




And Fear of The Illusion in Sainsbury’s.



And Falling in Them All.



Down a slippery slope.



In this insane surreal farce we are experiencing at present, here in the UK we are living in Bubbles.

Lovely Bubbly.




And Custer’s Last Stand at Little Big Horn. It’s a paradox.



Brexit, Texit, Ox It.


18 thoughts on “Year Of The Long Horn

      1. Swim

        Happy Moo Year

        Bully Beef came to mind. And Corned again. It’s also known as Corned Beef.

        ‘Bully beef (also known as corned beef in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada) is a variety of meat made from finely minced corned beef in a small amount of gelatin. The name “bully beef” comes from the French “bouilli” (boiled) in Napoleonic times, or possibly from the head of a bull depicted on the popular Hereford brand of canned corned beef. ‘

        And just because.

      1. We need an icebreaker. πŸ˜‰
        …a game, a joke or a story that makes people who do not know each other feel more comfortable together.

  1. A little less than 10 years to the day, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake occurs off Fukashima, rocking Japan…

    There’s a sudden appearance of helmets…

    … But no flood πŸ˜‰

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