You won't see me coming....
And why are there only 17 of them?
I've never been in an Early Learning Centre toy shop. The pretentious name put me off.There's a curtain shop in my town called The Interior Curtain Centre. It sells traditional curtains, the ones most people have on the inside of their windows. It doesn't sell curtains meant to be fitted to the outside of the windows, presumably because there is absolutely no call for them.
The lions and tigers and bears need something to eat. And that, best beloved, is how the The Early Learning Centre got its name.
@AEThey already snacked on the chicken.
And a horse...?Clearly someone at the Early Learning Centre has been reading Pavlov's Cat:http://pavlovscat2.blogspot.com/2011/09/crazy-horses-wah-wah.html
compared to the elephant that is one hell of a rabbit....
£12.50 still seems a lot of money for a few bits of chinese plastic ?Perhaps it should be called the Late Learners' Centre ?
dem inna city kidz ain't never seen 'orses 'n' goats - it's edukashun innit
WoaR Best comment ever.I need a new keyboard.Joseph K.
"And why are there only 17 of them?" No.18's a chameleon. Great camouflage those things have, eh?"compared to the elephant that is one hell of a rabbit...." Yeah, I hate those out-of-scale sets with a passion!
There are some in the UK who think that sheep and goats are perfect companions for intimacy.
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