Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Day Old Blues

Que pasa salchipapa's? Sidliscious here to ease the end of semester blues. As Christmas approaches, and Summer fades further into the distant fog we tend to get hung up on the nuances that make winter such a drag. Does the cold really got your nads in a twist? Finals stressing you till your head explodes? Christmas shopping seriously cutting into your drinkin' money? Have no fear, the Sid-man is here to bring a smile from ear to ear.



Jokes & jokes & Jokes:


A woman goes into a tattoo parlour and tells the tattoo artist that she wants a tattoo of a turkey on her right thigh just below her bikini line. She also wants him to put "Happy Thanksgiving" under the turkey.

So the guy does it and it comes out looking really good. The woman then instructs him to put a Santa tattoo with "Merry Christmas" up on her left thigh.

So the guy does it and it comes out looking good, too. As the woman is getting dressed to leave, the tattoo artist asks, "If you don't mind, could you tell me why you had me put such unusual tattoos on your thighs?"

She says "I'm sick and tired of my husband complaining all the time that there's nothing good to eat between Thanksgiving and Christmas!"

If that didn't make you drip down the leg; then this certainly will:

http://chellesicle.ytmnd.com/


live the life you love, love the life you live.
Signing Off,
Sid

4 comments:

  1. yo, that jokes awesome, but it took way too much work to read

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  2. first of all, that joke was 6 sentences.
    second of all, that was Brian's post.
    third of all, YOU'RE gay.

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  3. Christmas shopping seriously cutting into your drinkin' money?

    yes. and i do not like it. i'd much prefer to drink and be merry than give somebody a tie or perfume.

    yeah the jokes are in symbols, and i fear they may not be worth the effort it would take to translate, sid. at least not so early in your blogging endeavor. nice rhythmic entry though.

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  4. haha, Eric IS gay

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