It looks like a slaughter

……complete and utter destruction. Slain bodies all over the yard – twisted, fallen, lying in heaps. Snowmen, Santa, reindeer – shot, dead, gone. Somebody – do something, for God’s sake!

And the only witness, Frosty, smile frozen on his stunned face, pitched forward in the corner of the yard, staggered up against the fire extinguisher, silent. Complete trauma. Shock and awe.

Can this be Christmas?????

~ by kbosin on December 20, 2011.

7 Responses to “It looks like a slaughter”

  1. Honestly – why do those things go floppy during the day? Is it the owners’ choice? Is there something about daylight that deflates them? Are they vampire Christmas lawn ornaments? Can’t someone help us??
    -Lori

    • It’s probably an energy saving measure or something green, that you and I would approve of, but gosh, it just looks like some kind of tragedy. There is a larger than life Baltimore Raven down on the Bozman Road that stands tall and puffy day in and day out – but perhaps that’s a measure of that fan’s love for his team.

  2. I grouse about that yard every morning when we go for coffee. Your post is absolutely hysterical! Bravo.

  3. You had me chuckling with this post. I’m like you…what makes them deflate? Whenever I’m out during the day, the blowups are all laying on the ground. Unless I pass the same house at night, I don’t have any idea what their display looks like.

  4. Cute story, made me laugh!

  5. That is so funny! Thanks for the laugh. 🙂

  6. Reblogged this on In Search of Bees and commented:
    This is SO funny! I love looking at life through a slightly twisted lens…

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