Thursday, December 10, 2009

And Squidward Was a Shepherd

Fudge. Still. Still talkin' 'bout the fudge.

December 10:

You get a whole pound of fudge if you resist the urge to drive your SUV through the neighbors' inflatable SpongeBob Santa.

Two pounds if you don't.

18 comments:

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Oh man. People clearly see a large gray space between funny and downright tacky, and plug right in at the peril of reducing the neighborhood's real estate value by 43%. Seriously? Some of this stuff makes the Christmas Story leg lamp look like Temple Square decor.

The Garden of Egan said...

Score!
You keep it up girl. You are definitely being naughty.
Hope Santa is OK with that.

wonder woman said...

Does it count if I slash it with a machete?

--finally made some fudge with the kiddies yesterday. We consumed quite a bit.

Sarah said...

I am a firm believer that Christmas decorating is all about being tacky, but some people push it too far! I think you should get rewarded for running him over, and it should be worth far more than two pounds.

NatureGirl said...

Yeheeeessss!

Mallory said...

All this fudge is making want to actually eat some. (I'm amazed I haven't made any yet!) I think the husband might appreciate it a little more if I wait a few days between consuming a whole homemade fruitcake (which, if I may say so, is actually delicious, regardless of the widespread stereotypes!) and consuming a whole pan of homemade fudge.

Maureen said...

My boys are asking for homemade peanut butter balls instead of fudge for Christmas. Horrors! Do you think fudge is a female delight???

Kristina P. said...

What about the Disney nativity?

kaye said...

haven't seen spongebob yet--but Winnie the Pooh is on nearly every corner in his Santa regalia

Karen said...

I once had a neighbor that had inflatables for nearly every holiday and put them all up at the same time. I seriously wanted to pop them every time I drove past her house.

wendy said...

Oh groan, I hate those blow up decorations. (just me saying)
That would be worth 2 lbs of fudge for sure.

on my way to Utah tomorrow to see the kids and grandkids. I hope to see Amber at some point.

have a great Christmas

Sher said...

OH, I am so on that challenge. I would do anything for 2 pounds of fudge right now. Even drive into my neighbor's inflatable Santa.

M-Cat said...

I'd do it for nothing! I hate those inflatable thingies. They just look so tacky to me! And believe you me, I KNOW TACKY!

AS Amber said...

I like the inflatable things! Not Spongebob but I like the big snow-globe things and the Santa things.

Y'all are Grinches!

Jami said...

I'm OK with pretty much anything anyone wants to do EXCEPT the crazy flashing give-me-a-migraine lights. Those things should be illegal.

Terresa said...

Love this one!! I'm taught my 4 young kids that Sponge Bob is the equivalent of the devil. Their reaction when their kindergarden teacher taught them the Sponge Bob theme song for their yearly program? Shock. It was a Kodak moment. And I loved it.

L.T. Elliot said...

Steph's comment made me giggle myself silly. =]

Lisa Loo said...

My fav lawn blow ups are the ones that slowly leak air---so the snowmen look like they a gawking at something in the sky and then pretty soon look like they are doing some weird gymnastic thing. You might want to try the slow leak angle..