Monday, January 21, 2008

BIG BOY-the mystery of the missing cashier solved

Cleaning out my photos today and came across these. I was taking a couple of yearlings to the sales at the Brisbane exhibition a few years ago and stopped at an all night service station about 2am. A little car pulled in beside me and glanced over as you do and notice the springs groaning a little raised my eyes and espied two large gentlemen in the car. HUGE..."So what" you might say. Quite normal, as normal as you get at 2am anyway and one of the gentleman alighted and I almost fainted at first glance thought he was stark naked but no had a little itsy bitsy G string hidden in the flesh. He also had a shaved mohawak hair do and a little plaited pony tail. I tried not to stare as did not wish to rile these big boys. At the time had a little low pixel digital camera so the clarity was not that good.
Kaylene who helps me with the yearlings was told "You can take my card and pay for the petrol". Kaylene had not noticed who else was in at the cashier. She hopped out of the car and did a euy and told me to pay for it myself. I advised I would sack her if she persisted in non compliance with a directive. I also told her she was younger and a champion runner. She was not impressed "Yeah right" she said. I whispered after her do not look at this man, I knew a thing or two "The Twilight Zone" and "Dr. Who" , he might think he is different. Also told her I would take a picture and if she were molested, murdered or the like I would have proof of how she died. The brave girl did pay and followed instructions pretending she was not standing beside a six foot naked "big" man. The image is not too good as was shaking with fright (giggles) but the cashiers eyes were swivelled sideways as he knew not to look but did ...the naked man took off his head and stuffed the cashier in.....and to this day you are the first person to whom I have revealed this bizzare tale.

On Big blog, pond, I think I have been subtly and nicely told to lift the standard by a fellow blogger and here I am doing just that.....



Blogger Beck said...

haha that is hilarious!! I hope never to find myself at a service station at 2am in the morning thats for sure!

January 22, 2008 at 10:32 PM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

Hello Beck,
You would have called in at that particular service station I am sure....can not be too are the rivers out your way? kind regards, Elizabeth

January 23, 2008 at 1:47 PM  
Blogger lil harry said...

OMG..what a brave young off- sider you had then. That is so bizarre!!

Love the pics of the goats..are they yours? or just roaming around.?

January 23, 2008 at 6:39 PM  
Blogger Barry Nong said...

Oh shit!! small world...that was me!

Ive lost weight since then

January 23, 2008 at 10:07 PM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

Evening lil harry,
She is certainly that and a lot of fun...i do not even believe it myself until i see the shaky proof and to think what a small world it is the naked (nearly) man was barry nong. I would have known if i had remembered his feet which were bare also. No the goats are not mine i do have a nanny goat which lurks in one of the stables in toowoomba, the guard goat. These goats are on a property on the track where i get hay at times. I took the camera as they are usually guarded by big hairy dogs and wanted to get a photo of the dogs menacing me through the fence. These were all the boy goats resting up for "spring". They are all African goats, may be born here but the breed originating from Africa. I just love the look of them. regards, elizabeth

January 23, 2008 at 10:28 PM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

Hi Nong,
I knew it, I knew it...and did not say anything at the risk of being branded a know it all ha ha regards elizabeth

January 23, 2008 at 10:31 PM  
Blogger whiteangel said...

Hello Elizabeth,
That story is sure a screamer.
Take care,

January 24, 2008 at 12:40 AM  
Blogger lil harry said...

LOL..Barry Nong certainly gets around!! How silly..we should have realised!! LOL

Ok.the goats are very cool..what type of 'big' dogs guard them? Are they the ones that ususally live with the sheep or llamas??

Re Slytherin the snake!! I'd rather have my sons rats!! He does sound handy I do not like 'feral' rats..LOL..Is he a friendly native or pet??

January 24, 2008 at 6:50 AM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

Morning lil harry,
The name eludes me at the moment of the dogs yes the dogs that look after sheep llamas and I believe a couple have been trained to look after the fairy penguins down your way. Slytherina is quite friendly but wild and free ...trouble is he will not get out of the way..he plopped down from a tree beside a visitor in the half dusk one morning and she was histerical for an hour or more...quite embarrassing. I tend to forget visitors are not used to him. Cheers Elizabeth

January 24, 2008 at 9:46 AM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

Morning Margaret,
I do not think I could tell it without the proof. Weeell shaky proof. Cheers Elizabeth.

January 24, 2008 at 9:59 AM  

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