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Rupie

Eddie Mair | 08:34 UK time, Thursday, 14 June 2007

rupie.jpg

Comments

  1. At 08:51 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Is this by way of an apology from Jonnie? Or is this reverse anthropomorphism of a certain PM editor?

  2. At 09:06 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Piper wrote:

    ... is this an attempt to "bait" the froggers.

    Rupert or "Rupie" as he's known those of us froggers close to him, is a Bear. Brown fur. Yellow check trousers and matching scarf. Ocassionally, "Rupie" edits the PM programme. Disasters, usually related to the late receipt of PM Newsletters, sometimes coincide with "Rupie's" PM duties.

    Mind you, having studued the picture further, I guess it's possible "Rupie's" a cross-dresser.

    Mmmm, there's a thought...

  3. At 09:15 AM on 14 Jun 2007, jonnie wrote:

    It was his fifth birthday, - It was taken whilst he was listening to PM - he was mesmorised.

  4. At 10:27 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Humph wrote:

    Well jonnie (3) I assume that he was too mesmorised to contact the listener's log! Nice pic.

    H.

  5. At 10:32 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Val P wrote:

    Happy belated birthday Rupie

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Some upside down candles for him too (made of dog-chew stuff, so he can eat them instead of blowing them out!)

  6. At 10:48 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Gossipmistress wrote:

    I bet there wasn't a dry eye in the house.....

  7. At 10:59 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Fearless Fred wrote:

    Woof!

  8. At 11:26 AM on 14 Jun 2007, Jason Good wrote:

    Piper (2): He does look fairly annoyed.

  9. At 12:18 PM on 14 Jun 2007, Piper wrote:

    Jason @ 8

    ...I can only think that's because he's now been "exposed". If you see what I mean...

  10. At 09:34 PM on 14 Jun 2007, Frances O wrote:

    Not very feral. Which must be just as well.

  11. At 09:36 PM on 14 Jun 2007, Rupie wrote:

    RRRRrrrrrrrruff! Woof! RRRRrrrrrrrrruff! Woof! Woof! Woof!

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