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This Is No Silent Night

At Christmas many folks are moved to lift up their voices in song and sing traditional carols. Well, not around here. It's Christmas Carnival Week over at Yule (Howl) Log Dot Com and I've decided to rewrite one of those traditional carols and try to mention as many of my favourite blogger buds as is possible. Think of it as my way of wishing you guys a Merry Christmas. And, hey, it's way cheaper than a gift.


This is No Silent Night
by nonamedufus

This is no silent night, holy night
This is Stuff and Nonsense, yeah right
About Zombies, she makes me swoon
Out Beyond Left Field

This is no silent night, holy night
The Offended Blogger is quite a sight
Debbie Does Drivel from heaven afar
Christ, Screaming Me-Me me scorns
Christ, Screaming Me-Me me scorns

This is no silent night, holy night
The Unfinished Rambler is getting tight
Is Ettarose's Sanity On Edge?
Are those Nanny Goats in Panties up on the ledge?
Jesus, I Probably Don't Like You

This is no silent night, holy night
Knucklehead's calm, his dome's kinda bright
Too Many Mornings I do my thing
Make the blog rounds, I like Of Cabbages and Kings
And Cat Lady Without The Cats

This is no silent night, holy night
There are two bloggers that give me a fright
What the hell is this thing - Mental Poo?
He writes funny stuff, does funny pictures too
Don't confuse him with the Mind Of Spaz
Don't confuse him with the Mind of Spaz

***

I'd like to take this opportunity to wish these guys, and all who drop by, read and comment here the very best for the holidays. May the new year grant you health, happiness and - of course - humour.

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
My life is now complete. I'm part of a Christmas carol. So, let's end with a big finish...

Thank you, Thank you, Dear Dufus
Thank you, oh Thank you, Dufus.


Many happy returns of the day...
Moooooog35 said…
Don't confuse me!

Don't confuse me!

The fact that we're in the same paragraph has ruined this holiday.
nonamedufus said…
CatLady: You're life was incomplete before?

Merry Christmas CL
Merry Christmas CL
nonamedufus said…
Moooooog: Why is he taller than you? Hey you came first in the stanza! Your big in my books!
Quirkyloon said…
Aw, I'm touched!

Really, I'm a little affected in the head.

And you mentioned the zombies!

Awwwwwwww!

You're the best homie a Quirkyloon could ever have!

He's Nomie, my Homie!

word veri: parbor
nonamedufus said…
Quirk: You're touched my dear, but in a good way. Keep on rockin' around the Christmas tree ya sap!
Don said…
Very sweet. You either spend a lot of time doing this or I need to do some mind expanding exercises and get back on the brain train.
Me-Me King said…
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And another year of dot dot dot dufus!!!
nonamedufus said…
Don: I'll be damn glad when Christmas is over and I can get these melodies outta my head. Happy holidays.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Dufus has pledged to be dot-less in the new year, new year, new year dear.
injaynesworld said…
Well, now I've got something to strive for next year. Merry Christmas, Dufus...
ReformingGeek said…
Jingle Bells, My Cat Smells.
Reffie Led the Way.

Oh What Fun it is to Slide in a One-Man Speeding Bob-Sleigh

Jingle Bells, My Cat Smells.
Reffie Saved the Day.

Oh What Fun it is to Slide in a One-Man Speeding Sleigh.

Streaking thru the Snow....

OK. OK. I'll stop.
nonamedufus said…
Jayne: Oh, I don't know, maybe by Easter...
nonamedufus said…
RG: hahaha, oh that's good. Love it! Streaking thru the snow? Brrr.
Beautiful, NoName, simply beautiful. I'm wiping the tears out of my eyes even as I write this. Merry Christmas to you, too.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Wow, you're a sentimental kinda guy, eh? Happy holidays as they say in the non-sentimental pc world.
This was awesome, Doof! You are too much. And look at all this linky love! I hope you had a very Merry Chrsitmas and have a fantastic New Year!

On Joker! On Prancer! hee hee...
nonamedufus said…
NGIP: Christmas was great. We'll see about the new year. Got my fingers crossed.
Quirkyloon said…
Aw, I'm touched!

Really, I'm a little affected in the head.

And you mentioned the zombies!

Awwwwwwww!

You're the best homie a Quirkyloon could ever have!

He's Nomie, my Homie!

word veri: parbor

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