Thursday, December 18, 2008

An Oldie But a Goodie



I've got nothing much to say, I just couldn't stand that image of Pickles Bush and those two mutts in all that overly saturated color heading up my blog.
So, I present to you the Tampon Angel, which I think you can probably deconstruct so you can make some of your own.
They go beautifully with the Panty Liner slippers, which you can create by using one for the sole and crossing over another for the instep and decorating accordingly. Charming.
I have no Christmas tree again this year.
My cats are maniacs who would dismantle a tree within moments, right in front of me.
Same goes for lit candles or anything breakable displayed on any flat surface.
In fact, if I actually made any tampon angels, I may as well stuff them with catnip because the kitties would tear them apart anyway.
I think my kitties may be Jewish.
They care nothing about Christmas.

14 comments:

Lulu Maude said...

We keep looking for a place to put the tree... Maddie has to sleep downstairs now, and she has a pretty big bed. We look decidedly grinch-y in the meantime.

Love the tampon angels. Alas, we are beyond the tampon-wearing age.

Perhaps someone will do something clever with Depends.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

It's never too soon to talk to your cats abut Jesus.

DCup said...

I'll put the making of tampon angels on the list of things to do to keep my kids out of trouble during the long winter break. Thank you for the idea! I'm sure they'll love it!

Karen Zipdrive said...

D-Cup, aren't your kids Jewish like my cats?

Matty Boy said...

Just looking at the picture and not reading the text first, I thought "This is an ornament mocking Rudy Guiliani in drag, isn't it?"

nonnie9999 said...

i'm jewish like your katz, and i think your tampon xmas angel is bloody adorable!
(.....and to think how i wasted my time making hash pipes out of them in college.)

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Lulu Maude said...

Goodness, Zippie--look what happens when you lower your alphabetic defenses.

Jews have angels, too... remember that ol' Jacob rassled one.

karenzipdrive said...

Oh please, LuLu, I can barely keep track of Christian stuff, now I'm supposed to know about a Jew named Jacob and some angel he rassled?
I wouldn't even know how to Google that story.
So, Jews have angels, huh? Imagine that!

Utah Savage said...

I know of great things to do with depends in case anybody's traveling and needs a good place to slot contraband. Have crossed international boarders with my js rolled neatly in rows of ten, and wrapped carefully in plastic wrap and then inserted in a little opening in the depends and off we go into the wild blue yonder. Get strip searched and pee your pants. Works every time. Have even made it past drug sniffing dogs coming back from Jamaica. Don't tell anyone please. This is our little secret.

karenzipdrive said...

OMG That's the funniest thing I've ever heard!!!
Remind me not to smoke with you after you've been in Jamaica!

dguzman said...

Holy moly, that Utah Savage knows all the tricks.

I too thought your tampon angel was Rudy Jewels in drag. Nice work!

Distributorcap said...

every time you pull a tampon string an angel flosses his/her teeth

Karen Zipdrive said...

Holy Christ it DOES look like Rudy Giulliani.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!