Friday, August 14, 2009

Captured live on camera: both wild Bologna and Salami Snake

See the kinds of moves they make



We stumbled across this delicious-looking collection of captured wild sausages a few days ago in England and my mum took this little video on her cell phone. Can you guess where we saw them?




© 2009 Sam Breach
Captured live on camera: both wild Bologna and Salami Snake

12 Comments:

  • At 14/8/09 09:26, Blogger Gregory said…

    Is that the exhibit by the artist Banksy?

     
  • At 14/8/09 10:08, Blogger ChrisB said…

    Love your caption!

     
  • At 14/8/09 13:58, Anonymous Genie said…

    That is both awesome and horrifying all at once. Love it!

     
  • At 14/8/09 14:11, Blogger Zoomie said…

    At an art show? Artists are wonderful, and strange.

     
  • At 14/8/09 14:36, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    At the Chippendales' rest home?

     
  • At 14/8/09 23:25, Blogger Sam said…

    Well done Gregory - it was indeed Banksy in his exhibition "Banksy vs Bristol Museum" I agree with Genie and Zoomie: Awesome, horrifying, strange and wonderful".

    Cookiecrumb - do you think the Chippendales were represented by the chipolatas?

     
  • At 15/8/09 07:30, Blogger Beccy said…

    Oh why did I read this whilst drinking tea, you made me splutter with laughter!

     
  • At 18/8/09 09:02, Blogger EB of SpiceDish said…

    Ok weirdly fabulous. I'm kicking myself for not making it to the exhibit on my recent trip. Ahhh such is life eh?

     
  • At 27/8/09 10:50, Anonymous foodcreate said…

    Very awesome but didfrente...




    Have a great Day ~~~

     
  • At 9/9/09 11:26, Anonymous Jennifer Locke Whetham said…

    At first, I couldn't believe what I was seeing . . .

    Amazing-- and sort of scary. It reminds me of that old Peter Gabriel video-- "Monkey," I think it was-- the one with all the 80's animation.

    Thanks for the laugh (and simultaneous skin crawl.)

    Peace,

    Jen

     
  • At 22/9/09 14:00, Anonymous Deb Chance said…

    Your mom's video cracked me up, I wasn't sure what to expect when I clicked on it and found it very funny. I also enjoyed how you talk about yourself in the third person all through your introduction section. Love your blog! Here's wishing you continued success in the future.

     
  • At 17/11/09 08:01, Anonymous Victoria said…

    Quite possibly the most perculiar thing i have ever seen, am not sure whether to laugh or cry at this being Banksy's latest work. Victoria Hassett, Jom Makan

     

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