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Autumn

A lot of people interpret Autumn as 'Nature Dying', with it reliving at Spring. This is, in fact, only partly true.

If I find the time, I shall edit this 'Etcetebla', and tell the real tale of Autumn and Winter. Of how trees actually put energy into changing the color of their leaves, instead of leaves changing color simply as a result of rot. Of how plants, trees, and grasses shed what they can spare, thereby conserving the energy otherwise spent on those parts, resulting in higher chances of surviving harder times--such as Winter. Of how bears rub their asses in the mud, to plug up their butts, so as to keep inside the last supper they had before the onset of real Winter, and thus utilising its nutritious value to the max.

...well, maybe I won't tell that last story...

But for now, it'll have to wait. Because I still have some affairs to attend to. Gotta see a man about a horse, and stuff. This involves going outside, anyway. And what I'll encounter when I step outside, is nothing like what we just witnessed in the Bor & Stampy comic above (of which this was the Teaser). No, not a week ago I could go outside without wearing a jacket, now, I'll be needing my Winter coat: it's freezing!

...ha ha, verrry funny, no, the bear solution did not come to mind! You're a real disgusting person you know that?!

Still, we're to expect snow at the end of this week. A rare sight, in November, if I'm not mistaken. And this means updates might get a little belated, for I'm always one for a good snowball fight, and am known to make a pretty damn good snowman, with fangs and, well, the works. Check the Dopperdude's homepage anyway, if you want to keep up to date!

A wave goodbye to you now! With both hands! Rubbed together, for warmth.

The Dopperdude

 

Bor & Stampy are brought to you on an irregular basis, and in two parts (with the second part added to the first part), on account of the artist keeping up with his own life too.


 

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