As a crocodile looks like a log when submerged, would the stick be thrown in to confuse said crocodile into thinking that he/she may be related and attempt to strike up a conversation, thus allowing Henry to affect an escape? Only a thought.
U are right in keeping ur cards closed.U never knw, may be the croc is reading this blog and it might get hold of ur plans in advance.Hi Henry!!!!!
I think the stick may not be needed...Henry looks like he is perfecting his mesmerising stare. Perhaps he will just hypnotise the croc and you can make a clean getaway! I hope I haven't given anything away...I agree with yamini that the croc may indeed be reading this blog and we should be careful!And sweet Roddy..I'm sorry but your idea sounds a bit far fetched. Crocodiles hardly ever stop to speak to relatives when lurking in the grass. Everyone knows that!?? Tsk!
oh god, you're already training him to wear shorts in winter.
Roddy, you're sick.
Yamini, he says hello.
Sue, it is too cold for crocs today.
Hallam, it was his choice.
I hope Henry didn't hear the news about several Aussie children falling victim to crocodiles. When my Dean (5) came to visit, apparently he had. When we walked in the woods and the jackals started yapping, I said in Hebrew "Shma, tanim!" But tanim (jackals) sounds like tanin (crocodile), and he became very concerned and asked if we have crocs in Israel.
Dina, he loves crocodiles, primarily because of the their tendency to eat people, I think.
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