Sunday, December 28, 2008

Sx3: Angling for a Spot in Your Holiday Celebrations

No, your eyes are NOT deceiving you: This tree is leaning up against the entertainment center! Welcome to yet another Holiday Edition of The Scholastic Scribe's Silly Sunday Sweepstakes. This Superior Snap comes to us courtesy of Hot Tub Lizzy. Please Click Here to read the really funny story that goes along with the snap.

You know what to do, you Holiday Revelers, you! Take a gander at This Snazzy Snap, then Conjure a Caption to go with it! Enscribe Said Caption in the Comments Box of This Post, and There.You. Have. It. No fuss, no muss, & certainly no prizes or loot of any kind involved here. Just the Satisfaction of Knowing that you've still got some fun left in your funny bone after surviving Christmas Weekend.

Hope everyone Had a Happy. Your gift to us is making us all giggle today, so get to it!

16 comments:

teachj said...

That was some party last night, even the tree got wasted.

Tara said...

Gene thought his plan to hide his secret whiskey stash in the Christmas tree stand was a brilliant one. That is, until it became glaringly obvious that the tree was skimming right off the top.

Tara said...

"I won't be upstaged by this two-bit, good for nothing, one month wonder anymore!" the entertainment center thought angrily, as he pushed the tree aside.

Bilbo said...

The Christmas tree sobbed bitterly as she recognized the remains of her late, beloved cousin Alfred, doomed by fate to end his days as an entertainment center in a suburban home.

Koe Whitton-Williams said...

I lean, therefore I am.

dkzody said...

The electronics industry attempts to prop up Christmas.

Z's Mom said...

The tree said, "I'll only rest for a moment." Alas, it got caught laying down on the job.

Betty said...

Okay, who has been taking pictures in my house? The very idea!

HappyChyck said...

Angelic Angela, not really one of the angelic of the angels anyway, decided she'd done enough time on tree topper duty. With a little wigglin' and shakin' she was able to break the clip on her wings and take off to more interesting adventures. She was hoping to leave without a trace--like knocking over the tree--but maybe at least she be more appreciated after she was gone.

Veggie Mom said...

I'm leaning toward a "real" tree next Christmas, OK?

Columbia Lily said...

Q. How many drunk monkeys does it take to put up a Christmas tree?

A. I don't know, but you clearly didn't have enough.

Marrdy said...

"Don't make any quick moves! If you wake up the tree there's no telling what it will do this time around."

Eudea-Mamia said...

"Curiousity got the better of him as he leaned over too far to see what the snowman was picketing (ironically - deforestation)."

Dawn said...

A sign of our weak economy - the tree couldn't even stand up on it's own!

Blog Stalker said...

You know you are a redneck when.................................Your Christmas tree doesn't have anything to prop it up but your Entertainment center!

Nancy Flanagan said...

This is a third try at posting a comment--I write something brilliantly clever, hit "publish your comment," and ...up pops a little message that says something about too many comments being posted at once. And the comment goes into the Black Hole Place Where Your Funniest Comments Go, when technology doesn't cooperate.

Great photo, by the way. These people obviously have pets. I have a friend who wires here Christmas tree to the ceiling, after years of having Hell Kitty knock it over.

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