Use my tail... March Giveaway

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Win this lovely tea towel.....  and Use my tail to dry your dishes!
would make a lovely mothers day gift too if your at a loss as to what to get her... http://www.donnawilson.com/product.php?id_product=291 we have plenty in stock. printed on cotton 48cm x 80cm washable at 50 degrees.
But if you want to win one, please comment on what you think this squirrels name would be...
thanks- winner will be judged in 2 or 3 weeks.
Donna

91 comments:

  1. ARTHUR I'm not really sure why - he just looks like an Arthur to me, Hope it is a he, otherwise she'd have to be a Martha!

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  2. Not sure if I have read about Cecil the Squirrel before, but it was the first name that popped into my head! Lovely as always, Dawn x

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  3. Ardilla - Spanish for squirrel. Perfect for such a exotic looking squirrel!

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  4. For me it looks like a Samuel but if it is a she I would call her Irma! :-)

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  5. i think he's a hector for sure! hector robinson mcgregor.

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  6. I think it's Woody, don't know why. It's the first name that came across.

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  7. LARS as there is certainly something scandinavian going on there with the jumper.Thanks for the chance to win your beautiful work.

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  8. Maurice! Thats a Maurice if ever I saw one!

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  9. Cyril! I think Cyril the squirrel is a good name :)

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  10. such a lovely design, gorgeous! I think he's called Terence :)

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  11. I watched far too much catchphrase in my youth so due to this I think our friend should be called Mr Foxy Big Tail!x

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  12. I think his name is Theodore. He likes wearing oversized sweaters and never leaves the house without a combed tail. (You never know what needs to be dried during a trip, he says) Theodore is a very stylish squirrel and believes there's no better way to dry the dishes than using a nicely combed squirrel-tail.

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  13. Waldo! I had lots of imaginary animals when I was little. There was a squirrel called Waldo Wiwier (wiwier is welsh for squirrel) My mum would tell all my friends and boyfriends when they came to the house about Waldo and how he liked to drink tea from the saucer. I think she'd like this tea towel - Waldo can finally come in useful for her! x

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  14. Well I think this is a Hip Hop squirrel and he is called Biggie Smalls ('cos he's small with a big tail of course!)

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  15. Louise for her, Rufus for him :)

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  16. I'd call him Roslin - which apparently means 'little Redhead' in Scottish Gaelic. Go Red! (mini-boo to Grey, partly because they keep eating my birdfood!)

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  17. Whimpie the whiper! (whipes the dishes with his tail ofcourse..)

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  18. Martha I'd say. It's a name that makes me think of practical household keeping... just what this little squirrel is helping you to do!

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  19. Girls look nice in blue too, so I think she is a Marjorie, like my dear Mum.

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  20. It's a Bert. Look at his eyes, they're telling you. Not everybody might get his assistance in drying dishes, he's choosy. But if you have him, he's you're partner in crime eh... dishwashing.

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  21. Oh, I'm sure its Frederick...:) He looks just like the sweet fellow who visit outside my window...



    wannabeadz@yahoo.com

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  22. She looks like a Barbara to me!

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  23. His name is Freddy. He loves the smell of clean clothes and other clean stuff. He likes to keep warm in his lovely blue and, of course clean, sweater. So when there's something that's been washed, needs to get dry...he runs like a squirrel to get it dry!

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  24. Sebastian Seymour Squirrel the third.

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  25. He is Pim. Maybe because I love squirrels but also dutch names :)

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  26. I think he suits the name Wilbur. He's certainly a cutie!

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  27. wesley the wonderful dish washing squirrel.

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  28. Reginald! the only name fit for a squirel so fine!
    x

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  29. Rowan!

    Rowan is a cheeky fellow with a sweet tooth!

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  30. I'd call him "Frechdachs", which means cheeky monkey.

    Maja x

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  31. Sarah Ellingworth17 March 2012 08:04

    He's definitely an Amos!

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  32. Olli Orava. Orava is Finnish for squirrel.

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  33. She has the same mischievous look in her lovely blue eyes as my 2 yr old daughter Tabitha, so her name must be Tabitha!

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  34. Coco the squirrel :)
    I don't know why, but this is the first name I came up with!

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  35. Squish Squash Dishwash Squirrel

    try pronouncing that one three times ;)

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  36. Aw, cute. I think her name is Ginger ;)

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  37. He's a Seamus, definitely, but then I call all squirrels Seamus.

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  38. alowishus, friend to the dishes!

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  39. Squiffy the Squirel all the way! - Hils

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  40. Salvador the squirrel! ChrisS

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  41. Sid - likes washing up, collecting things and combing his tail! VivL

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  42. Speedy the squirrel or simply Sydney, I can't choose. He looks like he's about the whip off the tea towel after a particularly whiffy nut for his own lunch!! Paul

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  43. He's definitely a Vincent! Yes Vincent must be it! :-)

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  44. Just asked my 2 year old - she said it's name is 'Pyjamas'!

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  45. I have a strong feeling the squirrel is a lady and because her blue sweater has traditional Icelandic pattern knitted around the neck that's probably where here ancestors lived.
    Björk, who is an Icelander, sang a lovely ballad about Isobel...
    I think Isobel makes a nice name for the blue eyed Squirrel.

    Karo

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  46. It must be a "Taily Tommy" towel....

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  47. I think he's called Otto.

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  48. Rory the Red Squirrel if he's a he.
    But i think she's a she... Martha or Matilda.

    Super cute!
    x

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  49. There's something a little Inspector Clouseau-ish about the eyes, so I'd name him Sellers :) I'm sure he's very good at detecting where the wet dishes are. Shaz x

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  50. He's definitely a MORTIMER. x

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  51. It's Goubie.

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  52. Eric Squirrel. He likes wearing fair isle knit jumpers and stashing his peanuts away in his tail. :)

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  53. Sigmund, as he looks all knowing.

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  54. i think it's a jacques :) a great french cook, who doesn't mind doing the dishes afterwards. the perfect squirrel!

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  55. as he's so orange and clearly in a winter mood, why not name him Friso, after the Dutch prince who recently got in an avalache while skiing and has been in a coma since - with not much hope at recovery? (see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17154743).

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  56. His name is Bjorn! He looks very Nordic and perhaps an Abba fan?!

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  57. NUTSY fits him like a glove !!!

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  58. It's Mr Alan Morgan . He used to be a PE teacher. X

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  59. I think her name must be: Suzie the Squirrel. Sounds like a really good housemaid ;-)! X Susan from the Netherlands

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  60. Tom! And he is veeery welcome in my kitchen :)

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  61. camila lucila se llama!!espero que el nombre me de suerte!!!

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  62. I think he looks like a Fred!

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  63. Can I call him Freddie? (I like calling things/animals Freddie because it reminds me of My Fair Lady => Freddie Eynsford-Hill)

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  64. Ahh! I Norway I believe he would be called 'Egil' :)

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  65. Thankyou so much for my lovely teatowel. You've made my day :)

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  66. Mr. Squirrel is the name he goes by and he does the drying up while Mrs. Squirrel does the washing up, (that`s the way it is in our family anyway).
    jeannette (alias mrs.squirrel)

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