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FYI: For Next Year

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  • Larry Parker

    Well, it’ll smell awful, but at least the fireplace will burn it up — no different than the countless incinerators in New Jersey do!

  • Margaret Balyeat

    At first I justthought poor Santa had gotten too cold and was imitating the birds, Larry! Rganka for your wxplanatory comment!

  • Wisdum

    Re- Margaret Balyeat | December 29, 2007 12:58 PM
    At first I just thought poor Santa had gotten too cold and was imitating the birds, Larry! Rganka for your wxplanatory comment!
    ** I tend to agree with you Margaret … there’s nothing worse than having a cold butt, after riding around all night delivering presents ! (well maybe if he had hemroids too!… How come they don’t call hemroids … a$$teroids ?)
    LUV 2 ALL
    Wisdum

  • Margaret Balyeat

    Wisdum:
    Youjust made remember an old, tired joke (kind of like me: How are toiletpaper and some moons aike? they both hang around Uranus!(I know, I know, i’m baaad!) And iff poor old Santa DOESN’T have hemerhoids, it’s a miracle! That sleigh’s seat CAN’T be anu more comfy than the driver’sseat of a big semi! (And aren’t long haul drivers ALL supposed to be so afflicted? Maybe instead of milk and cookies, we should leave Preparation h out for him next year!(Ir maybe one of those ‘doughnut” pillows!)

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