Boot to the Head Wow.
Boot to the Head
Wow. Can you believe that there's just 3 days until Christmas? Anne and I are going absolutely crazy, trying to get all the holiday baking and shopping finished, wrapping all the presents, and stuff. It totally sucks, but we have so much stuff to do, we can't go to any of this weekend's holiday parties.
I was up until 3 this morning, painting ornaments, and cleaning up the kitchen, and I came across one of the greatest comedy albums of all time: The Frantics' Boot to the Head. I had this album when I was in 9th grade, and my friend Ryan and I would listen to it constantly. We were always quoting "Boot to the Head" and "Driving Chicks Mad" and "I Shit a Piece of Pie"...you know how annoying 14 year old boys are? So we were like that, but multiplied times being dorks, and comedy album weenies. We were such complete dorks, that, get this...Ryan's mom had a drill team, and we never scored. I mean, we were constantly surrounded by athletic girls in spandex, who were doing the splits, and we never even got to first base. It's amazing that we ever talked to any girls, at all. Even more amazing that we now have beautiful wives and families.
So when I finally went to bed this morning, I'd left a plate out with some paint on it, that'd I'd been using to mix colors for some ornaments. When I came out to the living room this morning, there were all these little red kitty prints all over my dining room table (where I'll be signing those eBay pictures...), and all over my kitchen floor and counters. Okay, Felix? Bad kitty. My house looks like an Urban Legend..."The Ghostly Cat" or something.
Oh, speaking of auctions, there are two ending in about 2 hours (here and here), and I won't be home to send the immediate "congratulations" email, because I am going out to visit my gandma for a few hours. So if you're the winner, don't worry. I'll get in touch with you tonight. :)
So that's it, for now. I really have to get back to painting, baking, doing the laundry, and mailing out the Christmas cards. I am, without a doubt, the world's biggest procrastinator.
There is a very good chance that I won't have much time to update until after Tuesday(unless I find some time to do an RFB Holiday show), so, I would like to wish all of the readers of WWDN a very, very, Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukah, or a Happy Yule, or Solstice.
I wish you all the most wonderful New Year, and thank you all for your support since I launched this lame website back in Summer, and I hope that you'll continue to stop by and see what's up.
Be nice to someone, and call your mom. She's worried about you.