Tuesday, December 25, 2007

P.S.

I would like to add these boring thoughts to my Christmas day posting.

A. I'm so glad Christmas is finally over. I don't remember the Christmas season starting in August when I was growing up. I've really seen department stores with Christmas items out in summer. My radio station was playing Christmas carols nightly BEFORE Thanksgiving. Christmas lights were up before Thanksgiving. I'm so burned out on Christmas by mid-December. Each year I think I won't get sick of seeing my own Christmas tree, and each year I'm ready to strangle it by Christmas day.

B. I don't think people should be allowed to exercise on public streets on Christmas day. I don't exercise on normal days, but seeing people committed enough to jog by my window on Christmas day while I'm stuffing myself with pie is really annoying. Be with your family!!! Relax! Stop worrying about your heart for one day! Gah!

C. I think the sexual innuendo ("in YOUR endo!"--The Todd from Scrubs) in the song "Santa Baby" is weird considering the season. "Hurry down my chimney tonight...come trim my tree..." Seems a leap from songs of the Christ Child. Weirdness.

"I'll Be Home for Christmas" is a huge Christmas favorite that drives me crazy. If someone tells me, "I'll be there. You can count on me," then I think it's a sure thing. The part where the singer says all that and then adds "if only in my dreams" is what annoys me. I'm too anal for that. Every freakin' time I hear that song I think, "That's no kind of RSVP! How do I know how many places to set at the TABLE!"

D. I can't think of anything else I wanted to add because Ironman is belching into my 2 year old son's face and my son is laughing hysterically.

That is all.

28 Comments:

  • You make a very interesting point about "Santa Baby." I hadn't really thought about that before.

    By Blogger RWA, at Wed Dec 26, 12:07:00 PM  

  • glad to have you back!

    By Blogger Kate, at Wed Dec 26, 12:31:00 PM  

  • And the version of Santa Baby that I keep hearing is the Madonna one.

    By Blogger Sue, at Wed Dec 26, 04:37:00 PM  

  • I hear you on the christmas in Aug thing. It starts earlier and ealier...

    By Blogger carmachu, at Wed Dec 26, 09:18:00 PM  

  • We call "Baby It's Cold Outside" The Date Rape song.

    By Blogger Kurt, at Wed Dec 26, 09:35:00 PM  

  • Wonderful to have you back, please post pics of the kids when you have time!

    Santa Baby is such a cute song-- Santa is a grown man after all-- and is allowed to be flirty ...and I've heard he's been jogging and slimming down, too! Santa is my fave!

    Sesame Street had a similar song--"I Want a Monster to be My Playmate" something like that! all in fun.

    By Blogger d. chedwick bryant, at Thu Dec 27, 09:09:00 AM  

  • I always thought the way in which Eartha Kitt sung the original "Santa Baby" was a bit suggestive, but I have to admit that it never occurred to me that "Hurry down my chimney tonight..." could be a double entendre...

    By Blogger Mercurie, at Thu Dec 27, 01:23:00 PM  

  • Welcome back and it sounds like business as usual at the Disorderly household!

    PS: burping IS funny! Vulgar...but amusing!

    Hope you have a great new year!

    By Blogger Queen of the Mayhem, at Thu Dec 27, 07:11:00 PM  

  • I love the Date Rape Carol! Also, my most fave is "Santa Clause got stuck in my Chimney". And I quote, "there he was in the middle of my chimney, roly, poly, fat and round. There he was in the middle of my chimney, not quite up, and not quite down."

    Don't you know that's why Santa is so jolly? He knows where all the naughty girls live!

    By Anonymous headlesschickie, at Thu Dec 27, 09:04:00 PM  

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    By Blogger barb michelen, at Sat Dec 29, 05:19:00 PM  

  • This post is CLASSIC Jenny HaHa.

    I do miss your writing, funny lady.

    xo,
    J

    By Blogger Oh, The Joys, at Sat Dec 29, 07:44:00 PM  

  • Happy New Year F&D! I just wanted to say hello. I wish you and your family and everyone else on your Good list a happy, healthy, wonderful 2008!

    GuyGM

    By Blogger guygm, at Sun Dec 30, 09:41:00 PM  

  • Happy New Year! Hopefully this next year will go much better for you than the challenges of this last one.

    Yes, it is sad that I'm blogging tonight. The baby is sick, so my wife went to our friend's party while I take care of a sick baby. She owes me!

    By Blogger A Little Revolution, at Mon Dec 31, 08:55:00 PM  

  • Happy New Year! I hope this is a better year for you than 2007!

    By Blogger Mercurie, at Tue Jan 01, 11:30:00 AM  

  • Maybe the Santa Baby girl had Wolf Crotch, and that's why her tree needed trimming.

    By Blogger Kevin, at Thu Jan 03, 12:40:00 PM  

  • i have never eaten as much as i have done this holiday season...but i was at one party stuffing myself with celery why? b/c i had so many carbs and meats for the 5 prior days...i was happy for greens.

    next year you should get a paint gun for them assholes who run on the 25th! ;o)

    By Blogger notfearingchange, at Sat Jan 05, 12:03:00 AM  

  • Came by to say hi.

    Hugs...
    hope you and the babies are all good.

    Happy New Year!
    Let's make it a great 2008, huh.

    Here's to good health.

    By Blogger Terri@SteelMagnolia, at Sat Jan 05, 09:54:00 AM  

  • i posted about Ironman's French canadian cousin today. Miss you a lot. hugs.--miss you

    By Blogger d. chedwick bryant, at Sun Jan 06, 01:10:00 PM  

  • since reading this--almost any song could be imagined to be filthy--funny i never looked at it that way before!

    By Blogger d. chedwick bryant, at Sun Jan 06, 01:11:00 PM  

  • Hi Jen, I'm glad the holidays are over too.

    Belching Ironman, laughing child, Yup that's how it is supposed to work. :)

    By Blogger g-man, at Tue Jan 08, 08:57:00 AM  

  • Dennis says hello.

    By Blogger dennis, at Thu Jan 10, 03:55:00 PM  

  • The only good Santa Baby has Eartha Kitt purring it.

    meow.

    oh, and yeah... what kevin said.

    I chaperoned a middle school dance this evening... kids went wild when the DJ played Save a Pony, Ride a Cowboy... assistant principal... he wasn't so wild about the suggestiveness of that tune. I could think of a few others that are twice as bad. ;-)

    By Anonymous sauerkraut, at Fri Jan 11, 09:14:00 PM  

  • Hi!!! Long time no see!!! I'm glad things are going well your way! :) I nominated you for a little something somthing on my blog...check it out heehee
    dawn

    By Blogger Owens Family Adventures, at Sat Jan 12, 04:41:00 AM  

  • Dennis misses you

    By Blogger dennis, at Sun Jan 13, 08:27:00 PM  

  • Well I guess belching is better than farting in one's face.

    Great post! You always make me smile!

    By Blogger Liam's Mom - Gina, at Thu Jan 17, 01:39:00 PM  

  • Just checking on you and your kiddos.....hope all is well with the Flawed clan! :)

    By Blogger Queen of the Mayhem, at Mon Jan 21, 04:20:00 PM  

  • yo, Jenny - are ya still with us? How's the kidlet doing? How are you doing? 28 days is a long, long time... hope you are okay.

    meow

    By Anonymous sauerkraut, at Tue Jan 22, 01:47:00 PM  

  • So cute about Ironman & Alex--keep blogging--we love your sense of humor! Missed you so much!

    By Blogger d. chedwick bryant, at Thu Jan 24, 09:28:00 AM  

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