Saturday, November 11, 2006

Deck the halls

Behold, the people of Greece were forlorn as they had no Thanksgiving to mark the beginning of the Christmas season. What light would guide them to start celebrating the holy joy of Christ’s birth? And lo, the Lord heard their sorrow and presented unto them the giant Coca-Cola, who each year would bring joy to the hearts and minds of the Greeks by presenting them with festively decorated drink cans denoting the official commencement of the holiday season. And the people rejoiced, despite the fact that the holiday seemed to start earlier and earlier each year.


Thanos said...

How about a Dekapentavgoustos Cola. This way we can party straight from August 15th to Christmas. And while we're at it, why not start at Easter ;p

Anonymous said...

Damn you Melusina for blogging this story... this was going to be my very next blog post!

Although maybe it proves that great minds think alike!

(As a side note, I switched onto Alter this morning and there were kids singing Christmas songs)

Anonymous said...

always thought MEL and E.D. thought
alike on some subjects ,
but thisis ridiculous,E.D.

ive laughing since ive readit,

anyways christmas commercial juvelation,, begins same time
as thanksgiving , if you switch
dates between the 28october ethnic
festivities and st demetrios day
and replace thanksgiving, and eat
your mother-in-law, youll get your christmas point jumpoff time to begin
personal J U V E L A T I O N....