Lamb for Lunch

 The Sunday Muse #135

photo prompt 

Image by Justin Dingwall

Lamb for lunch

Mutton to munch

Baa-Baa at brunch

Carpals to crunch

Partake of the punch

Blessings a bunch

I have a hunch

this guest's not hungry 

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  1. Too much punch? A most delightful Muse.

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  2. Not enough punch to make the people hungry!

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    1. That could be! A bit more punch and they'd eat anything!

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  3. I love this a bunch!! So glad you joined us for the Muse!!

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    1. I had fun! At first I had NO idea what to make of that photo!

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    1. Glad you were amused! I think lambs (and sheep, although I don't think my stores sell mutton) are too cute to eat. Delicious, but just too cute...

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  5. haha - I always enjoy a good rhyme scheme

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    1. Yeah, me too, but this probably isn't it! Ha!

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  6. Seems your sheep would rather drink it's lunch rather than eat. Some will Be careful of those maskless, they are two fold trouble. Nice rhyme too.
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    1. That sheep's like my late father-in-law, but probably nicer. Yes, those maskless ones have chips on their shoulder from the get go. I guess they would, since they know they are in the wrong as soon as they enter a store.

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  7. I wonder if sheep are as demanding in the kitchen as dogs? They can definitely reach the counter...

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    1. My cats are the demanding ones, the dogs aren't usually a problem. They've all learned the foil noise might mean I'm cutting up new packages of chicken to freeze, so line up for some handouts.

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    2. It's funny until all I want to do is cover a pan with foil! I warn them, "This isn't anything for you," but I still hear running down the hall. I hate to disappoint them all. Cats seem especially turned in to sounds.

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