Yesterday all the ladies in my neighborhood had our annual Santa
meeting for Christmas. That's where we all get together while our
hubbies are at work, pop open a couple bottles, some snacks, and we
share our kids Santa lists to see if anyone has something that a
neighbors kid wants. In the past, the girls usually wanted their own
baby dolls and the boys wanted their own balls. But times are
changing and these lists are getting more tough to fill. I remember
last year one of the boys wanted a paint gun, and his mother ended up
sending him for therapy because she could not understand why he wanted
to shoot holes in paint cans. Then there was the young girl who said
she wanted a ponie. Well, we all know ponies are obsolete and no one
has them anymore so Mrs. Walters donated her goldfish and they named
it "Ponie". It's alwawys easy when one of the girls wants dishes
because everyone has spare dishes to donate, but some of the requests
on these lists are unbelievable. This year one of the boys wants a
forehead VCR. That sure got me puzzled. Why the heck would someome
want to put a VCR on their forehead?
Ditsy blonde-- you misunderstood.
He doesn't want a VCR ON his forehead, he wants one IN his forehead. You'll
need to take him to a surgeon to cut a big slot above his eyebrows to insert
From the reality at sub-quantum time offset SC.092857211333:
There's a TV show here called "All In The Family". It's set in 2005,
and the main character "Barry Cunker" works for an internet company.
One day he comes home from work, saying that he got a new computer and
the technician who installed it said it's evil.
At the end of the show, we finally find out that the technician said
it has a SATA hard drive.
BTW, "cunker" is an old word that was once used in SC.092857211333 to
describe a person responsible for the training of reptilian equinoids.
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