”What are you wondering?” ”These fox tracks here.” //
”What’s so weird about them?” ”Well, you see, first they’re here…” //
”…then they disappear… and re-appear several meters away.” //
”Maybe the fox was FLYING there.” ”Like a fox-griffin of some sort? That would be a funny creature.” //
”Yeah, except the head of a fox griffin wouldn’t be of an eagle’s but of a magpie’s!” //
”Ooh! A magpie-fox-griffin! I so wanna draw that!” ”My idea! Made it myself! Do not steal!”
Pakko sitten varmaan sanoa, että kettuharakan keksi herra Brony. Mutta minä sen piirsin. Älkää pöllikö.
I guess I have to say that magpie-fox was invented by Mr Brony. But I drew it. Do not steal.
”After a camp like this you surely have new enthusiasm for school work.”
Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
ACTUALLY I’M PRETTY TALL
Olimme talvileirillä kokkeina herra Bronyn kanssa.
Mr Brony and I were the chefs on a winter camp.
”Hey, Kati, do you have any more soup plates?” ”I think we’re out of them.” //
”What about those on top of the cupboard?” ”Oh yes, there were more up there.” //
”I don’t think either of us is tall enough to reach them, though.” //
”Luckily, we have this…” //
”…compensating devise for the vertically limited.”
ANSWERS 6: THE UNIVERSE
”Snowhorse asks, ’What do you think about the fact that the universe in infinite and yet it is expanding?'”
”Snowhorse also asks, ’Which one wins, the child or the camp instructor?'” //
”After two rounds it’s a tie between the child and the camp instructor…” //
”But – what now? A third competitor enters the ring!” //
”I choose you, Camp-Leader-Mon!” //
Or something like that…
Edellisessä ei ollut mitään järkeä, sori 😛 Korvaukseksi lisää autoja:
The previous made no sense, sorry 😛 More cars to make that up:
Pokemon owned by Nintendo (I think…)
Edellisen sarjiksen kokkikeikka jatkuu…
The cooking started in the previous comic is continuing…
”I know how you feel. I’ve been there in my life, too.” (Onions, 1 kg)
Olin kokkina yhdessä tapahtumassa, ja eräs vanha leiriläiseni/nykyinen ohjaajani oli apulaisenani.
I was working as the chef in a happening, and I had an old camper/current camp instructor of mine to help me.
”Can I just hate a little all those people who leave their dirty dishes laying around in public places?” //
”I’d say you can hate them a lot if you like.” //
”Good. ’Cause I actually do hate them quite a lot.”
PS. Tän blogin postaus numero 200!
PS. This is the article number 200 in this blog!
MORALE VS. NATURE
I love the people I work on camps with because of their high working morale. //
But even more because… ”Hey, I found a frog!” //
”Where?” ”Cool!” ”Let me see, too!” ”I’ll get the camera!” …even the smallest marvel of nature is marveled.
”Waitwaitwait! I’ve got grass in my eye!” //
”I’ll take it off.” //
”Right. Carefully, then.” //
”Better?” ”Yeah, thanks!”
”Next we have a riddle…” //
”’If you have me, you want to share me but if you share me, I no longer exist. What am I?'” //