Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
I think I ran into him at WalMart once.
There's a professor at my school who can tell pirate jokes for an hour and a half straight without repeating himself. I think you should try that too.
Sounds like he's from the IRS.
I was thinking about how I would explain to the little kids why I shot Santa.
Actually, I think my 4-year old grand-daughter would actually prefer a pirate to Santa. She has this love-hate thing going with the jolly old elf, mostly stemming from the creepy-ish "helpers" in the malls and stores.wv: deruril; If I cans't be the king, kin ah at least be deruril?
If you think about it logically, the idea of Santa Claus is f***ing terrifying.Jim
Hey, Santa used to be the guy who, besides bringing gifts to the good children, would also bring birch rods for the bad ones. And in some places even administer the birching. Not necessarily such a jolly guy. And if you go back far enough you can find something quite terrifying. Remember, elves can not be trusted. They may act nice one moment and eat you the next.
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