5) FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT ST. NICK

December 8th, 2007

6) 13 HOLIDAY ACTIVITY IDEAS

December 7th, 2007

13 Holiday Activity Ideas:n:

1. Tease kids who have to go to school during their religious holidays.

2. Don gay apparel.

3. Try telling a cop, “actually, the pipe is for my snowman.”

4. Ponder eggnog. (they should call it “flegmnogg”)

5. Punch anyone who says, “Like a Lightbulb!” while singing Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.

6. Play dreidel drinking games.

7.Run around and play TRON on a street with lots of X-mas lights.

8.Say, “Mmm, mmm, fruitcake!” whevever you pass gas.

9. Walk around the house wearing nothing but tinsel.

10. Adopt all the sick dogs from the Humane Society and give them as gifts.

11. Sculpt Nativity Scenes out of lunchmeats.

12. Make a gingerbreak crackhouse.

13. Think up holiday-themed names for your genitalia like: Yule Log, Santa’s Little Helper, Pubic Wreath, or stocking stuffer.

(leave YOUR suggestions in the comments)

7) XMAS JOY FROM GRANDPA

December 6th, 2007

Two years ago, during our weekly HugNation, Grandpa told us about what he was giving to his grandkids for Christmas (and reminds us about the spirit of the season.)


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recorded Dec 6, 2006

8) SANTA LETTER & GIFT ’03, ’01 & ’00

December 5th, 2007

Instead of Cookies & Milk, my brother and I leave silly letters and gifts for Santa. Here is what my brother and I left for Santa in 2003, 2001, & 2000!


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9) CHANNUKUNG-FU

December 4th, 2007

Tonight is the first day of Channukah!
Today’s twist on an important Jewish Holiday tale is relayed to us by my childhood friend, Deron. (Illustrations by Halcyon)

DISCLAIMER FROM THE AUTHOR: This Tale is in honor of the Jewish holiday, Channukah. While I am not a practicing Jew, I was raised Jewish and it is, afterall, a culture as well as a religion. The origins of Channukah are pretty sketchy, but I believe that this holiday came about in celebration of a war victory sometime before Christ was born. In the Jewish tradition, it is important to keep the “eternal flame” in the temple lit at all times, thus the name: eternal flame. After this war, there was only enough oil to keep the lamp going for a day, but it lasted for eight. This is why Jewish boys and girls get 8 gifts during Channukah; one gift for each day the flame stayed lit.

What follows is a short one act play that I’ve entitled “The
Fifth Day of Channukah: The Day of Uncertainty”

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10) NO MORE COOKIES AND MILK

December 3rd, 2007

In this video I explain our Xmas eve “Gift-to-Santa” tradition and show a few examples how we morphed the cookies and milk tradition to make it more fun.
(And often “NSFW.” In fact, for years, we had to hide the gifts before Grandpa woke up.)

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11) XMAS TREE 2007 (new)

December 2nd, 2007

Wellll, it’s a year later and I my views toward Pine Slaughter may have changed….slightly.


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12) XMAS TREE 2006

December 1st, 2007

My roomie Shonda and I fight over debate about getting a live vs. cut tree. Hilariity ensues.

Thanks for reading!

November 29th, 2007

Hope your holidays are fantastic!

The Easter Beer Hunt

November 5th, 2007

When hard boiled eggs started to get boring, our family shifted to beer…

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Easter / Xmas Light LOST Consipiracy

November 2nd, 2007

The PBC Musical Holiday Special

November 1st, 2007