23 December 2010

The Holiday Post in Which I'm Rude

If you are not amused by immature sexual humour, bypass the beginning and head on down to the "Safe Zone" toward the bottom of this post.

Alright, now that all the old fuddy-duddies are gone, the rest of you pervs can proceed...

In the past, I have confessed that one facet of my sense of humour is that of a hormonal twelve year old boy.  Using the words "shaft", "probe" or "package" in my presence is guaranteed to have me devolve into fits of giggles.  I have tried to develop a more sophisticated funny bone (snarf!, I wrote "bone"), but alas, I am still mired down by juvenile inappropriateness. 

So, bearing that in mind, you won't be surprised that the following decorative lights at a local park had me snickering.

C'mon, I cannot be the only one that sees distinctly non-Christmasy things here.

Okay, maybe I am.

Anyhoo, on another (very related) note, Hartley is recovering from surgery today.  Yesterday, he got the "Big Snip" and now he is now two balls short of a load.  Poor little man.

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Lastly, for all the readers that aren't fans of blatant innuendo, here are some more holiday light pictures.  There's not a rude one in the bunch.  (Okay, maybe the last one is a bit boobalicious, but you'd have to be a real prude to be offended by it.  So, if you are a real prude, avert your eyes, go no further and ignore this whole post.).  Enjoy! 

Can you tell I live in an area surrounded by water.  Maritime Christmas, anyone? 


LindaC said...

OK, I went from your blog to the Ikea Hack blog and this is what I found. http://ikeahacker.blogspot.com/2010/12/wall-art-my-ikea-hack.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Ikeahacker+%28ikeahacker%29&utm_content=Google+Feedfetcher

To say you may have influenced my enjoyment of the Ikea Hacks blog is the understatement of the century.

Thanks for the giggles and have a very Merry Christmas!

wishing Hartley a quick recovery.

Faye Lewis said...

Merry Christmas silly girl.

meredithp said...

Har har...have you heard: the new Speaker of the House will be John Boenher of Ohio. He pronounces it "bay-ner", but when two vowels go walkin...he cries a lot too.

Happy Holidays! I'm sure Hartly will be a happy fellow regardless. Quick recovery to him.

gMarie said...

Merry Christmas! Love the post and the light show. Enjoy your holidays - have fun trying to keep Hartley quiet while he recovers. Love the look on his face! g

Biba said...


Happy holidays! :)

Christiana said...

...didn't your momma warn you not to stare into the lights too long

Merry Christmas from Western Canada

angie.a said...

hee hee! :D

Merry Christmas!!

Laurie Brown said...

LOL! No, you're not the only one who sees those indecent images. I've been known to go into fits of giggles over fungal growths, some candy, and all sorts of other things that the makers just didn't think about long enough before releasing.

Carolyn (cmarie12) said...

I think I laughed harder at the description of poor Hartley's surgery than at your light pictures...but seriously in today's world that was more than tame!

Merry Christmas!

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

lol....Have a Very Merry Christmas!

a little sewing on the side said...

LOL... aw, poor Hartley...pamper him!

paco peralta said...

Hi Shanon.- Only wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. My best wishes for another year full of happy sewing ...!!!

Annie said...

Ha! Very funny! Please see my blog for the Christmas sperm picture.

Jules said...

Nice to know I'm not the only adult with a slightly juvenile sense of humor. Merry Christmas!

tcsewhat said...

Your bathroom humor is a great asset for a teacher. I would guess you do not ride the boys who make crude jokes- because you think it is funny too! Don't worry about what others think. Its funny!

Elisabeth said...

I'd like to tell you, as another with an immature sense of humor, this post is what brought me to your site. Once I saw you're a fellow MST3K fan, I have subscribed. Oh yeah, and I love sewing.
This post was terrific! How could you NOT see that lighthouse in any other way? ;)