Some Christmas Humor

A friend of mine sent me an e-mail entitled "Some Christmas humor" that I just had to share- Happy shopping and be careful out there!


Marja said...

oh how funnie I love the one where they make snowman babies the best.

Ann said...

Marja, So do I, LOL. Guess what? I was on my way to your blog, when I noticed I had a comment, and the comment was you~ I'm so behind on my visits, it seems I'll never catch up.



Sandee (Comedy +) said...

They are all cute, but I really like the last one. Bwahahahah. Have a great day Ann. :)

Ann said...

Sandee, I know, LOL shame on those two, and right in the front yard! lol I'm behind on my visits, but I'm not kidding, I was on my way to Comedy Plus and Marja's blog when both your comments came in. Have your ears been burning? I was thinking about you. See you in a minute~ :))



Anonymous said...

Yikes I forgot I will be getting my yearly load of fruitcake from my Mom...

Dawn said...

hehehehe... the short dog in the second cartoon is ME! LOL

Patois said...

Thanks for these, especially the dog one. I had seen that written as a joke, and I didn't get it. Now I get it!

Speedcat Hollydale said...

The cigar and the fruitcake cartoons would be perfect for my wall! These are great Ann :-)

I love snowmen. We used to make HUGE ones in the yard as kids, and I have a few snowman ties for the holiday season - Santa ties too!

Hope your weekend is happy and safe. -Speedy

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