The inimitable Tim Minchin and some Shapely Sheep

Just had to buy this for my husband, it made me laugh so much when it turned up at work last week. In memory of Dolly, RIP. (Dolly sheep was cloned from a ewe’s mammary cell and was consequently named after Dolly Parton, of the impressive chest. Who says science is dull?)

Today’s book find was an American field guide called “What Shat That?” with full colour photographs of wild animal scat. I hope it features bears.

Meanwhile, on a more serious (well, maybe not) note, Tim Minchin is superb. And this is him at his best, dealing with science, superstition and parties – and all in a poem:

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2 Responses to The inimitable Tim Minchin and some Shapely Sheep

  1. Todd Congreve says:

    Well, sounds like a great crap book. As they say: “Are bears Catholic and does the….”

    Toodle Pip.

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