Monday, December 20, 2010

It's the Christmas Groaner of the Week!

[Note: I'm taking the week off from politics and will be trying to acquire an iota of Christmas cheer. Somehow I suspect that the only way that will truly happen is if I drink it! LOL]




It's Christmas Week and since y'all are probably tired of all the shopping, decorating, and all the other assorted nonsense related to The Season. Soooo here's my Christmas gift to all y'all: three excellent groooaaaannnnnssss to help get you through!!!! Enjoy!!!!!!

Morris Crisp was very sad when his father passed away. When his mother
remarried to a retired Navy captain named Arthur Ness, and made Morrie
take the name of his stepfather, Morrie felt she was betraying the
memory of his father. After he grew up, and his mother died, Morrie had
Arthur committed to a nursing home and bilked him of his life savings.
When he was caught, the newspapers read . . . "Morrie Crisp-Ness fleeces Navy Dad!"

You should always test the goose's skin for doneness before "giving
your guests the bird" at dinnertime, because a soggy-skinned goose is
not only unappealing to eat but . . . it violates the spirit of Merry Crispness.

A wealthy yacht owner decided to give his crew a Christmas party in
port. He went ashore to round up evergreens, food, musicians and gifts.
When he returned, he found all the greens being installed, but on the
wrong ship. "Ahoy!!!!!" he shouted, running down the dock . . . "You're
treeing up the wrong barque."

Hope y'all are having a great day!!!!

Happy Blogging!!!

Merry Christmas!!!!

Happy Chanukah!!!

Merry Kwanza!!!

Happy Solstice!!!!

Happy Holidays!!! (I hope this covers anyone I left out!)

Kay

8 comments:

  1. ALl of those right back at ya! Let's hope the Christmas cheer starts to show up soon. Time is getting short.

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  2. Those are some of the most horrible puns I have ever read. Thanks a bunch!

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  3. Sunny and warm and Denver today! I shouldn't complain, but somehow going to the store with no coat, scarf or mittens, just is depressing for me.

    Hope your holiday, christmas... is swell.

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  4. Happy Holidays back! Have a good week :)

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  5. Hilarious! Season's Greetings to you, too, Kay!

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  6. Well, you missed, "Happy godless bitterness and anti-consumeristic vomiting cynicism environmentalist tree-hugging day," but, as you know full well, I'm not now, nor have I ever been one to quibble on the next to the last Monday in the year at 7:11 p.m.

    I enjoyed the humor.

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  7. Good idea to take a break from politics which are guaranteed to drag you down. Concentrate on the little things all around you that make your heart sing--and continue to feel better.

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  8. An excellent selection of yuletide awfulness! Happy Christmas Kay!

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