Christmas

What ya'll up to for Christmas?

This is the first year I won't celebrate Christmas at my parents and i only have to work on Christmas eve, so nothing much going on for me

Re: Christmas

Ever since I got married in 1987, I have blown off a lot of my family''s holiday dinners in lieu of my in-laws in order to make my wife happy. My mother-and-father-in-law were alcoholics till the day they died, ruining high school prom night, they tried to get me to call off the wedding several says before the event, and would get dangerously drunk at every single family event. Two of my sister's-in-laws and brothers-in-laws are alcoholics, one couple are pot heads, and the other couple are nut jobs.

Since we have 7 kids and never host a holiday dinner, getting them anywhere in a timely manner is almost always impossible, so we always arrive late. So, about three Easters ago, after arriving late, the one brother-in-law made a couple snide comments to me. I asked him if he was just being an asshole to me or was he being an asshole to everyone. He assured me he was not being an asshole. Now, I'm not a proctologist, but I think I know an asshole when I see one.

So, for the last three years, instead of visiting my in-laws for Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas with my wife and kids, I clean the house, and after everyone leaves for parts unknown, I make a simple, yet appropriate holiday meal, and afterwards, turn the lights out and play The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds", the Beatles' "Love", and Ringo Starr''s Hits in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound.

It's the only 6 days a year that I have the entire house to myself. I have been known to put on shades and dance around in my tidy whities like Tom Cruise on occasion as well.

Re: Christmas

> Trent Anderson Wrote:

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> Ever since I got married in 1987, I have blown off a lot of my family''s

> holiday dinners in lieu of my in-laws in order to make my wife happy.

> My mother-and-father-in-law were alcoholics till the day they died,

> ruining high school prom night, they tried to get me to call off the

> wedding several says before the event, and would get dangerously drunk

> at every single family event. Two of my sister's-in-laws and

> brothers-in-laws are alcoholics, one couple are pot heads, and the other

> couple are nut jobs.

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> Since we have 7 kids and never host a holiday dinner, getting them

> anywhere in a timely manner is almost always impossible, so we always

> arrive late. So, about three Easters ago, after arriving late, the one

> brother-in-law made a couple snide comments to me. I asked him if he

> was just being an asshole to me or was he being an asshole to everyone.

> He assured me he was not being an asshole. Now, I'm not a proctologist,

> but I think I know an asshole when I see one.

>

> So, for the last three years, instead of visiting my in-laws for Easter,

> Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas with my

> wife and kids, I clean the house, and after everyone leaves for parts

> unknown, I make a simple, yet appropriate holiday meal, and afterwards,

> turn the lights out and play The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds", the Beatles'

> "Love", and Ringo Starr''s Hits in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound.

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> It's the only 6 days a year that I have the entire house to myself. I

> have been known to put on shades and dance around in my tidy whities

> like Tom Cruise on occasion as well.

you have 7 kids?

please post a family picture...and a video of you dancing with shades and your underwear.

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> have been known to put on shades and dance around in my tidy whities

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i think you mean “tighty whities”

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tighty-whitiesEdited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/22/18 03:37PM by silverside61.

Re: Christmas

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> https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tighty-whities

maybe his are very clean, pressed, and lightly starched.

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Google doesn’t think so.

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Re: Christmas

No starch to make anything stiff down there these days.

Re: Christmas

Jimmy Cincinnati /

i think you mean “tighty whities”

Yeah but thats racist now. I believe its "Tighty white male privilege undies" now

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