The Love Cracker Cracking hearts in the softest way since BC Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 19 responses to The Love Cracker sonmi upon the Cloud November 21, 2015 Hearts and nuts. He will fight for one and crack the other, and vice verse. So not always a softy, but he looks a little sad under that hat which has a squirt of toothpaste on the top. I’ve never seen a blue uniform on one, they’re usually red in this land. – Mrs Cloud floating in the troposphere. x Jessie Martinovic – Author November 21, 2015 Observation -crack the other- has been carefully observed & noted by La Befana. She is carrying extra soot this year. Yes, the blue. They sold many different ones at my favorite craft store called Spotlight. There is a ginormous one of this, that comes to my waist, I will wait till the Christmas sales to purchase him. The mouths actually move too! sonmi upon the Cloud November 22, 2015 They are marvellous manikins! La Befana I see is – ‘the benevolent old woman with magical powers who brings gifts to the children of Italy on the eve of the Epiphany. Like any other legend, there are many versions.’ – I had no knowledge of her, thank you Jessie, she appeals far more than Santa, but then again I like to ride a broomstick (mop really) too. – emse not a witch upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 We learnt about her in primary school. I was always fascinated, partially horrified actually. They also have a chick instead of a rabbit, from memory. And my memory, well. Barry Comer November 22, 2015 I can squirt him on a burst and get brighter, more lustrous teeth? Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 You sure can Barry. The toothpaste was solely brought for aesthetic purposes & decoration. It dries hard which is cool. My personal toothpaste is fluoride free! Marissa Bergen November 22, 2015 Okay, now you can do one for the nutcracker. Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 Who is the nutcracker, that is the question Marissa Bergen November 23, 2015 Dun, dun, dun… Jessie Martinovic – Author November 23, 2015 I buy at least 3-4 kinder surprises a week Marissa , that’s how much I love surprises mikesteeden November 22, 2015 Me…I didn’t realize it was toothpaste at all until I read the comments. I presumed an astute and accurate seagull had been about his business! Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 I like your version. It’s not too far fetched either Mike, given what I see seagulls eat these days! mikesteeden November 22, 2015 They take it turns to bombard both my son’s car and ours…a daily ritual although the gulls here are – albeit the same breed – are much smaller than those in Devon where we lived previous. Many hate them yet I do like gulls a lot! Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 They must love routine like humans. My dad put sharp spikes on all his lights, chimneys & fence. He also took the neighbor -dubbed birdman- to court for feeding them. Personally, I don’t really give a shit! mikesteeden November 22, 2015 There is an allotment next to our garden and the bloke feed the gulls who then used to shit on Shirley’s washing…until the day she spoke a sentence within which many words began with ‘f’! Problem sorted…I think I wrote of her once, ‘Sometimes she has the eloquence of a bard; sometimes the gob of a navvy’! Jessie Martinovic – Author November 22, 2015 Shirley’s Washing sounds a great title for a write. You could even complain about pegs and their inability to be purchased in bag form. The eloquence of a bard, sometimes the gob of a navy – that is sensational. mikesteeden November 23, 2015 ‘Shirley’s Washing’ does rather sound like a Mark Everett/Eel’s type song I think…or even an early Lou Reed Jessie Martinovic – Author November 23, 2015 It’s got a nice ring to it mikesteeden November 23, 2015 Eels I recommend Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.