ok everybody i am going to take this opportunity to clear a few things up, and i warn you, i'm going to be very plain about it...infact i am going to turn this grey area into black and white...
you see, there seems to be a bit of confusion as to who is who in my family, so i am going to put it down here in black and white and that should sort it out, once and for all...
b = herself and she is the woman human in this black and white photograph
c = himself and he is the man human in this black and white photograph
doyle = his canineself
bodie = felineself and she is one scary black and white one at that
so you see, when b says 'b' she doesn't mean bodie she means herself... b, and when b says me, she doesn't mean herself, she means the thing that's black and white and wooley all over.... meeeeeeeeeeeee... doyle dog! can it be any clearer?
blue's next 'true colours thursday' is going to be lime... ar-owl-wowl-wowl... hey mr limey snatchet... get ready for your debut!
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