Getting it regular


#1

Possibly erroneously, I ended up with the impression tonight that the goats are not milked on a regular schedule but more when Pat gets around to it? Surely that’s less than ideal for the poor goats? Or have I once again got the wrong end of the milking stool?


#2

She milks them at a regular time, but the time she has chosen to do it suits her convenience and not Susan’s, I think.


#3

That’s all right, then :slight_smile:

Things not suiting Susan is important to me, albeit less so than goatly welfare


#4

If Susan really wants the milk to be available at the time she has decided that she needs it, she had better learn how to milk a goat: from Pat rather than from Lynda.


#5

Chorus:
Take this job and shove it
I ain’t working here no more
My kefir done sold
And took all the reasons
I was working for
You better not try to stand in my way
As I’m walking out the door
Take this job and shove it
I ain’t working here no more

I’ve been working in this dairy
For nigh on fifteen years
All this time I watched my kefir
Drowning in a pool of tears
And I’ve seen a lot of good folks die
That had a lot of bills to pay
I’d give the shirt right off my back
If I had the guts to say… (Chorus)

Well that boss Pat she’s a riggity dog
That Helen she’s a fool
Got a brand new custom baby
Lord she thinks she’s cool
One of these days I’m gonna blow my top
And that sucker she’s gonna pay
Lord I can’t wait to see their faces
When I get the nerve to say… (Chorus)


#6

< applause >


#7

Yay Hedgers!


#8

Dear me

We haven’t 'arf got some talent amongst us…

I’ll see if I can find a Noo Bottle of Gin…

I still can’t understand why Kefir is considered so new & possibly exciting in the enclave

German friends of ours were eating/drinking it 20 years ago as they had poorly guts & they could tolerate it better.

Carinthia.xx