Grok and Urak stood back and admired their handywork, an igloo shaped medley of branches, mud, pelts and mammoth dung.
Grok, wiping his hands on a passing child, said;-
"A Good Job, Urak, twenty beads at least."
"Hmm, maybe last winter, but now..."
Replied Urak hesitantly.
"Robus and Aitchbos lent all their beads to-"
Screwing one eye shut, he then grabbed an imaginary chicken by the neck and shook it up and down at chest level, simultaneously jabbing a thumb at the chiefs shelter.
"Wah!" Screamed the small child. "I've got to milk the mammoth!"
Grok patted the ululating child on the head, adding to the debris nestling in it's hair.
"On you go Brownlie, we're having a grown up talk about beads."
Turning back to Urak.
"What on earth for?"
"So he can lend them back again?" Shrugging his shoulders.
"There goes the shelter making way of getting beads, then."
Said Grok, scuffing the mud with his toe.
"-nkers." He mumbled.
"That's a good name for them." Said Urak.
"What will we do now?"
"I'm hungry, Mandy said he fancied us around for a spit roast."
The two men looked at each other.
"Naw." They said.
Love it, just love it!ReplyDelete
How much tae rent it?ReplyDelete
Yeah, fame at last! Thanks, Conan, for bringing me to the attention of your readers. Milking a mammoth - no wonder I've got such big hands. I think I'll have to change my name as it's getting too near the truth about our glorious leader.
When subrosa says she loves it I'm sure she doesn't mean the spit-roast so don't get your hopes up, Niko. Good lord, - is there such a thing?? -you can't hae a spit-roast in the sitooterie - there would be cellulite all over the walls and what would the neighbours say? It would be all over the Perth Post.
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Something like your caravan on Niko's site Spook.ReplyDelete
Twenty beads, that's an awful lot. I suspect it would depend on if they were clay or stone. Twenty stone beads should buy you at least two, a guy needs at least one to get away from the human race. Nice digs though and yeah maybe twenty is about right, someone knew how to saw or split.ReplyDelete
Angled post molds, interesting.
I saw, now I'll split.
Thanks postpaleo, nice to hae a pro comment.ReplyDelete