ANOTHER BRILLIANT PIECE

In jug 1

In jug 2

‘It’s for his own good’

You can make-up your own explanation for why Grumpy finds himself in this position.

gabion
noun
a wirework container filled with rock, broken concrete, or other material, used in the construction of dams, retaining walls, etc.
• historical a similar container of wickerwork, filled with earth or stone and used in fortifications.
DERIVATIVES
gabionage noun
ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: via French from Italian gabbione, from gabbia ‘cage,’ from Latin cavea.

I suggest you spend a little time this weekend thinking about what you’ve done as well. Have a good ‘un!

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