P1 Humor Corner: Top 10 gifts for bad kids
When I hear Andy Williams’ 1963 hit Christmas song ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year,’ my first thought is, “Really?”
Maybe if you’re a Hermit! Between Thanksgiving and New Years, it’s the busiest time of the year — family gatherings, parties, shopping for presents and going to the grocery store. And then you still have work and overtime, and trying to find time to get this thing called sleep.
The song definitely needs a rewrite. If the world doesn’t end on December 21st like the Mayan calendar predicts, then somebody in Nashville needs to update that song. My prediction... it would be a big hit!
December should be called National Crime Month because domestic violence, DWIs, robbery and burglary reports go through the roof! And who do we blame — the idiot who thought to start putting Christmas decorations up the day after Halloween. Let’s find this twit!
Pretty soon Black Friday will be the first Friday in July...
Smartphones and iPads at the dinner table?
See how easy that was?!
When you’re tired of saying “no” then say “go” — as in, go make a homemade gift or go spend time with Grandma (Grandpa too, if he’s still alive).
Christmas is a time for parents to steer their kids toward activities they don’t normally do during the year. Activities like feeding the homeless, walking a shelter dog, playing a board game or handwriting a thank you note!
Here is a shortlist of books to give any child who is probably going to end up working at an amusement park after they fail their GED:
1.) The Little Sissy who Snitched
Hoping everybody has a wonderful and safe Holiday and a Happy New Year!
Be safe and remember to take the time to laugh.
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