Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry sodding $mas

Yet again Smut awoke with a dreadful hangover and no recollection of what he had been drinking.

12 comments:

Jennifer said...

Did you break into the liquor cabinet over at fish's?

Merry! Merry!

fish said...

I recommend you avoid the clear liquid with the Chinese characters on the label. No good will come of it...

mikey said...

Goddamit, we're out of Kerosene again. Where the HELL does it go?

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Zombies, mikey. If we're not drinking it, you breathers are setting us on fire.

I weary of the hate.

Smut, I have never seen that BOC album cover before.

Smut Clyde said...

the clear liquid with the Chinese characters on the label.

I thought that was the fish sauce.

Smut Clyde said...

Also I have been careful of containers with Chinese characters on the label ever since the unfortunate episode of the Tiger Balm and the haemorrhoid cream.

I have never seen that BOC album cover before.
It is from a bootleg release of "Workshop of the Telescopes".

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Happy Zardozmas.

More clear liquid, please!

M. Bouffant said...

Happy Christmas to all the sodding sods at No. 3 Kiwi St.!

Is it Boxing Day there yet?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

You are suffering the effects of "nog noggin".

Merry Christmas to all, or should we libruls refer to it as Armistice Day?

Maybe the next war will be more effective... we curses the O'Reilly, we does!

Another Kiwi said...

Aye MB it is boxing day now a dreadful stillness lies over the land as children and adults survey plastic shards formerly known as "Ace Bomber Trizilator-with Real Fake Blood"
Other fathers survey the unopened Wii box knowing that today they must confront The Installation and they may die in the attempt.
Still other fathers are happy that they went to wHanganui and got away again.

Smut Clyde said...

Some fathers are listening to their new CD (latest release from teh Renderers) and scanning goat-related woodcuts into the computer and they are also happy.

Another Kiwi said...

Some fathers have now installed the Wii and may never have to talk to their children again.