20 June 2008

You gotta love the internet

You might remember I was desperately seeking Gorgonzola?

Voila! And not just gorgonzola, but brie, camembert and Wensleydale too thankyouverymuch. Isabelle, you are a champ. I think, actually, my favourite part was the way you said "Daughter Two".

Now I would like to hear Badger say Yo, dudes.

Any other requests while I'm at it?

11 comments:

Stomper Girl said...

Could Badger say Tablemagarackalamp too?

blackbird said...

I'd like to hear Badger say farnarkling.
I wouldn't mind hearing you say it either.

Elizabeth said...

Yes, Suse, we'd like to hear from you.
Anything at all, have at it!

Badger said...

If I had the technological know-how to get my voice on my blog, believe me, I would do it. If for no other reason than to treat the word to a string of filthy invective in my annoying nasal twang.

Maybe we can just set up a conference call instead.

BabelBabe said...

dude! i totally thought i read that in a book and was going nuts looking for it.

Isabelle said...

Glad you liked it! Daughter 2 was dangling a wire in front of Sirius to keep him in shot and also taking her part in cheese-pronouncing - true multi-tasking. I feel we should have included some Australian cheeses but we don't know any. Sorry. And yes, how about letting us hear your voice now?

peppermintpatcher said...

I am certain that THIS is the true intended purpose for bogging.

fifi said...

oh, Isabelle: she is the bestest!

Fairlie said...

I've had Isabelle's 'gorgonzola' on a repeat loop in my head all day today after listening to it this morning.

Pure gold!

h&b said...

ok - so i'm talking more about cheese than accents, but I tried some Spanish Manchego while I was away, and now I want some more.

I don't care who says it. I just want to eat the stuff!

meggie said...

I sincerely hope Tracey didnt really mean 'bogging'?
The cheese were extra special in Scottish!