Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Happy Festivus!

The Airing of Grievances:

#1: Grief to whoever hauks a loogie in the bathroom every morning in a certain building in downtown Boise. You miss the toilet and it ends up on the floor every morning!

#2: Grief to Winco for not taking credit cards! (In case you didn't know, it's 2008!!).

#3: Grief to the fact that evenutally we'll have to become BSU fans if we expect to be invited to any parties around here!

#4: Grief to Jon and Becky for not following through...

#5: Grief to LaRene for lying to us about how much it snows in the Treasure Valley!

#6: Grief to Jerry Seinfeld for cancelling Seinfeld!

Feats of Strength:

Guess what else a fake Christmas tree can convert to? A Festivus pole!!
* Yes, that second one is clearly photoshopped. Rusty loves me enough to lift up a car, but not enough to take down the tree...AGAIN.
Are you baffled by this post? Everything you ever wanted to know about Festivus.

And since we're on the subject of syndication...here is what I want most for Christmas!!


Rachel said...

Hooray! Festivus for the rest of us. I have a grievance to air: antibiotics should never be more expensive than an iPod.

Candi said...

Hey Brit, tell Rusty that I heard a guy in Scranton is selling those dolls. Good luck!

Candice said...

You were invited to 2 parties! (We lost, you happy? It was still a good time!) Are you having a party for UH's bowl game tomorrow night? Did you know it's tomorrow? Do you know who they play? If it wasn't Christmas Eve then I would come to your party. And yes, we will be watching and we will be cheering for the Warriors!

Betsy said...

The first time I ever went to Winco (which was also the last) I had a terrible experience because they didn't take credit cards. Not only did they not take credit cards, but they would not take a check from a town 2 hours away in the same state.

The Gollihurs said...

You have a stripper pole as a Christmas tree?! Geez Brit, what's next? ;)

Linda Terry said...

Princess Unicorn was DEFINANTLY made in China and "approved" by all safety committees here. I see two-year olds holding them while they're riding, unbelted,unhelmeted, on the backs of their mom's electric scooters, whipping in and out of heavy traffic going the wrong way on a busy hiway. Watch out Brit, we're bringing other "interesting" toys made in China for your kids when we come next month.

Jenna and Dillon said...

Don't forget to donate to The Human Fund!

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