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    • Nick
    • October 17, 2005
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    Seeing as Kev has broken Ali’s connection to both blakepics AND this blog, I have to leave this comment for her. She simply says “I’m geting the walls padded tomorrow.”

    But she is enjoying the daily text versions via MSN !

    • Kevin
    • October 19, 2005
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    What? Why? What did I say that could possibly make you pad the walls? Or are the walls for you?

    • Ali (at work!)
    • October 19, 2005
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    Cos you’re mental mental chicken oriental! Your little rants between the history lessons are making us all chuckle. A lot. Thats all… don’t worry dear *pat pat* it’s ok.

    • Kevin
    • October 20, 2005
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    hehe, glad you’re enjoying the read. I’m sure when I get out of the sun, I’ll feel normal again ๐Ÿ™‚

    • antigoni
    • January 16, 2006
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    seeing as me and my friend were debating the existence of the “mouflon” we decided to do a search and what do you know!! found your reference!! WOW!!! not only were we in stitches about the word itself, but you made our search even merrier with your colourful rendition of a visit to Limassol Zoo. As ex- pat cyps… that really made our day!!
    thanx !!

    • Kevin
    • January 22, 2006
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    antigoni, I hope I was able to shed some light on the subject ๐Ÿ™‚ Since your comment, I’ve found Mouflons all over the place! I went on holiday to 3 places last year, Iceland, Prague, and Cyprus. What d’ya know – The Tongue River Farm in Iceland has Mouflons. There are hunting trips for hunting Mouflon available from Prague (I would never condone this, obviously). More surprising is that the Whipsnade Wild Animal Park, a very short drive away from my house, reportedly has their very own mouflons.

    Of course, none of these are the very brave Cyprus Mouflon. And none of these particular species can hope to be plastered across airlines. But surprising nonetheless. Beware, the Mouflon are already amongst us.

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