February 16th, 2011 | 463 Entries

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463 Entries for “wool”

  1. Great white globs of matter fell from the ceiing towards the animals collected below – through rents in the cloudlike substance they could make out a larger greyness – a few souls led towards the vents but most held back – waiting to line up in file for whatever lay ahead

    By scotchwhiskers URL on 02.17.2011

  2. he looked at the sheep out in the paddock, how much he yearned to live back here. His visit was short, just long enough to pack up his things and say goodbye.
    Not just to the house but to his parents as well… It was only 12 hours untill the funeral…

    By Anna on 02.17.2011

  3. wool reminds me of a sweater first off. I also think itchy. I do not lke weaing wool, for the ichy part and I dont really care for the look of it either. It is nice and warm, but so tough and ichy on my skin.

    By Rina on 02.17.2011

  4. The sheep was dirty there wouldn’t be a good yield his year. No wool, no money, no shearing. he could smell the roast lamb cooking, and broke then stem of mint off in the garden.

    By Gracie on 02.17.2011

  5. Sheep are fluffy creatures. Sometimes we take their shit because humans are jealous. Consider the common sheep, living in fear of nudity nearly its whole life. Knowing it is inevitable.

    By Chrys0poeia on 02.17.2011

  6. wool its wery good things for our winter ! but wool good only

    By Denis URL on 02.17.2011

  7. I wear wool sweaters when its cold. they keep me warm. i love the way they feel. the texture against my skin… heaven sent.

    By alyse on 02.17.2011

  8. Sheep shally along, dreadlocked by the rain. They live on the mountains, they love on the mountains, they hate when the razors shave them bare. There’s nothing worse than being unclad up a hill, its just not nice.And embarrassing too. Oh the woe of being wooly

    By Kath Whiting on 02.17.2011

  9. Wrapping the scarf around her neck, the softness of the wool added that cosy feel she needed to remove the chill from outside. She wasn’t quite ready to remove her scarf, or her beanie, but sitting by the fire

    By Amimee URL on 02.17.2011

  10. Wool is grown on sheep and shaved by woolfarmers, they generally are used to make clothing and warm blankets. Both Australia and Wales are known for sheep associations and deliver wool products branded with their country name. Wool burns the fastest among fabrics.

    By Dennis on 02.17.2011

  11. Wool is a gift, received from those whom we capture and hold against their will, even through their misery , the captives still believe they should grant us their wool, the stuff they hold dearest, what keeps them warm at night.

    By Eph on 02.17.2011

  12. Wool is something that can be used from sheep to make many things. It can be used in clothing, weapons, pretty much anything can be used with wool. There is also Steel wool, which is very famous for being a good conductor of electricity and can actually clean a penny rather well. It’s pretty interesting the things that we have created in our time and the many uses of them. We’re a boss world.

    By Julia on 02.17.2011

  13. Wool is the outer layer of fur on sheep and is a fun word to say. It is fun to think of wool and imagine the Wooly Mammoth. Wooly Mammoths must have been extremely warm and massive during the Ice Age times. I don’t imagine the wooly mammoth to be as generous and kind as the one in the movie Ice Age. I’m trying to remember his name but I can’t remember at the moment. The Sloth is probably the reason why the movie became so popular which is annoying.

    By Dan on 02.17.2011

  14. a lot of sheeps, good quality, warm coats))) good in winter times. Big home carpet. Big production

    By Tanya on 02.17.2011

  15. Wool. You know I once read that it’s best to drink scotch when you’re wearing a wool sweater. I guess that means that scotch is a winter drink. Must have something to do with the way it goes down and pretty soon all you feel is that warmness in your belly, comforting like a hearth.

    By Agnes on 02.17.2011

  16. Merino, Cashmere, scales, felting, warm.

    By Sydney Blake URL on 02.17.2011

  17. gone now shrunk wet and dog being
    it sits upon my foot smelling candle and wind waves
    the trip to the past leaves cars hitting sheep
    together we will go to find what is unavailable
    i hear the cry of the felled animal, blood.
    you can shave that now. it is without hope.

    By lkmf on 02.17.2011

  18. wool is very soft and its used to make sweaters. its derived from sheep and it comes in many colours wool keeps you warm and also looks really good so u have the bet of both worlds ok that didnt make sense now what to type?

    By anjali URL on 02.17.2011

  19. wool is a sweater and a sheep so i suppose it is a sheep wearing a sweater which is the best iron y i can think of it is a red and pink and green sweater that makes the sheep look like an Easter egg…. the sheep is not happy.

    By Ann URL on 02.17.2011

  20. White woool in the moooorning! White woool in the eeevening! White woooool in the mooorning, I’m going to take you home! ta da ta daaaa…. Sun rises here, neaaaar… Come with me my dear!

    By zviryatko URL on 02.17.2011

  21. soft care-invested portable hug from Granny.
    don’t run in the rain without an umbrella,
    you will smell like wet dog.

    By Ananda Kavanagh on 02.17.2011

  22. I cam off the ice of Rockridge Pond, frozen snow stuck to the wool of my mittens, and walked across the road in my skates, not caring about the damage to my blades.

    By wemuma URL on 02.17.2011

  23. “Put your wool sweater on over your shirt, it’s cold outside.” “Mom, I know.” Jimmy said, rustling the bulky piece of clothing over his head. He snatched on his coat, then ran outside into the snow.

    By Laura Riddle URL on 02.17.2011

  24. sheep have wool. They enjoy the sunlight. i enjoy the sunlight. I don’t think much about the sunlight when I’m in it, but I always miss it when it’s gone. I wonder sometimes why I feel like I never see the sun.
    My mom knits me wool mittens that I wear on my hands when it’s cold out. The scratch and itch, and I find them unpleasant. But the fact that my mother cares enough to knit them for me keeps them in place. I always love when she knits for me.

    By Mary Ann on 02.17.2011

  25. I love my red wool coat. It’s soft and I love the way I feel when I wear it on the streets. It makes me stand out in oceans of black. It cheers me up with its boldness. It makes me feel like me, happy.

    By PNK on 02.17.2011

  26. wool is a thing tht my sister is scatred of and it comes from sheep and they live in fields and wool is furry and warm and imy nank is made out of i t aswell as many of my sisters italian things this is a lie yes i like wool and not with rice and wool is somethng people knit with and my grandmas likes woolen things cause she las tlos of it in her house in bags and gives them to ius.

    By Roz on 02.17.2011

  27. wool is warm to wear in the winter. It comes from sheep and other furry farm animals. It can be too warm outside to wear wool, and sometimes it gets itchy if you wear it without something underneath.

    By Angie URL on 02.17.2011

  28. I hate wool I hate wool I hate wool don’t you too? I just think it is so horrible and I don’t like it when everyone wears it on the street, but I like sheep sheep sheep because ytey are nice animals and they are probably so nice to cuddle I would ,ike to cuddle a sheep right now if there were one here with me at home s

    By Roz on 02.17.2011

  29. Cotton wool on dead skin and all the reasons I can never go home.
    I thought you had it in you but no.
    I thought I had it in me but no.

    By Sam URL on 02.17.2011

  30. I shifted uncomfortably, the heavy wool scraping across my skin. It was warm outdoors – you could tell from the blocks of sunshine that shone through the windows – but inside it was cold and uncomfortable.

    By Hyperbole URL on 02.17.2011

  31. sheep on the farm, green, luscious grass and eating all day. the shepard in the field watching his sheep. i want a sheep dog. wool is warm and feel itching against your skin. white will can be dyed.

    By Natalie on 02.17.2011

  32. “Who do you think you are?
    Trying to pull the wool over my eyes!
    I’m not a dumb ass, you know,
    Why the hell…would you even think to….”

    And with that, the executioner cut the man’s head off with a bloody slice…

    By Ashlee URL on 02.17.2011

  33. Ze keek naar de passerende schapen. De lammetjes dartelden vrolijk door de wei, speelden met elkaar. Hun moeders aten van het gras. Het zou niet lang duren voordat ze geschoren werden. Lizzy hield van hun zachte, witte wol. Eén van de schapen viel extra op. Het was een jong lammetje. Ze viel op omdat haar wol niet wit was, maar zwart. Lizzy kon haar ogen niet van het jonge wezentje afhouden, ze leek zo op de andere lammeren en toch was ze zo verschillend.

    By ping URL on 02.17.2011

  34. Wool is soft. I like wool hats and scarves. Wool is for knitting and for keeping sheep or is it lambs warm. I like thinking that lamb and or sheep can live without their wool. Wool is wool and you can knit with wool.

    By Nicole Skladowski on 02.17.2011

  35. i like wool sweaters but they bother me they itch like crazyy

    By carmen on 02.17.2011

  36. wool is warm and its made from a goat i think um most of my sweaters are made from wool and thats basically all i know about wool.

    By clara arias on 02.17.2011

  37. I love the feel and warmth
    That wool provides
    My feet in woolen socks
    On a cold day when cotton
    Turns toes to little stones.

    By David Saleeba URL on 02.17.2011

  38. i have lots of coats and sweaters made of wool. it is not that comfortable it feeel to itchy.

    By kimberly jimenez on 02.17.2011

  39. “This shit is really itchy.”
    “Hush, your grandma made that for you. Imagine all the love, sweat, blood and tears that went into that sweater.”
    “Apparently her love is very itchy.” Denise smacked her son on the back of his head.

    By Sopdet URL on 02.17.2011

  40. Wool is soft and fuzzy and warm and it reminds me of my nanny. She knit me a scarf with nice purple fuzzy wool. Now it keeps me warm. I like my scarf. Then she knit me a hat. It is white. I like my hat. Wool comes from sheep. I can’t eat sheep. Makes me sad.

    By Hannah on 02.17.2011