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Midge and the Melons

 
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My other half grew some melons, and he wanted me to take some photos of them.

Remember Midge? He wanted to join in the fun...



"Oh, you're opening one. Is that for me?"



"Hello Midge - um, they're not really for you."



"No, Midge!"



He is undeterred...



"Oh alright then. Just this bit."



"But I want *that* bit!"

Midge waits expectantly by 'his' plate.



No more melon was forthcoming, so he decided it was best to wait ON the plate, just in case.



Oh Midge, you have no idea how ironic that is, do you?

"Prato do Pato!"


 
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