Dragon Laffs #1417


Good Morning Campers,

It’s a big week in football this weekend.  Both of my teams have made it into the playoffs, although both of them are almost assuredly going to NOT get a bye and have to play in the wildcard weekend.  But, that just makes for some exciting football watching over the next couple of weeks.

Today’s issue is chock full of fun stuff.  Since it’s Christmas week, there isn’t a lot of commentary involved in todays issue, which I’m sure most of you are quite thankful for, but I’m sure that most of you will find plenty to keep you entertained with.

It is quiet around here this morning, with most of the Christmas parties finally breaking up last night.  If you see either of the two girls wondering around you might address them quite quietly since they were both partying hard with us mythological creatures right up to the end.  I’m relatively sure that Ginny, with her more hardy New Jersey upbringing, has fared a bit better than Diaman’s more reserved one.  This may quite well have been just another normal week for Ginny.  Although I believe she may be walking a bit, shall we say, bow-legged after I saw her last night flirting with one of the, um…more stout mythical creatures that hang around here. 

On the other hand, I’m not exactly sure where Diaman ended up, but in my own drunken stupor, I seem to recall something warm and snuggly curled up under one of my wings.  Not sure since they weren’t there this morning when I finally dragged my butt (yes, my ass is dragon) (Okay, so I’m sorry.  It’s a little too early for crappy puns) out of my lair this morning.

I really need to get my second pot of coffee in me before I’m going to be worth a damn, if that ever even happens today, so I’ll let you guys get started on the issue and catch up with you before the end.


Former President Bush and VP Cheney are sitting in a bar.
A guy walks in and asks the barman,
‘Isn’t that Bush and Cheney sitting over there?’
The bartender says, ‘Yep, that’s them.’
So the guy walks over and says,
  ‘Wow, this is a real honor!
What are you guys doing in here?’
Bush says,  ‘We’re planning WW III.’ 
The guy says, ‘Really? What’s going to happen?’
Cheney says,  ‘Well, we’re going to kill 140 million Muslims and one blonde with big tits.’
The guy exclaimed, ‘A blonde with big tits? 
Why kill a blonde with big tits?’ 
Cheney turns to Bush and says, ‘See, I told you, no one gives a shit about the 140 million Muslims. 


Thanks to the Owl for this next really bad groaner.



Damn!  I missed out on asking Santa for one of these.  Now I have to wait until next year to ask.



I’m pretty sure the girls made this right outside the door where the party was at last night, just to screw with us who were too drunk to think straight.


Dragon Pic Green


Here’s another one of those things that I need to get!!!


I’ve raised a boy, and I was a boy and I have had 3 (younger) brothers…so I can attest to the truth of the following statements:

Raising Boys

a) For those with no children – this is totally hysterical!

b) For those who already have children past this age, this is hilarious.

c) For those who have children this age, this is not funny.

d) For those who have children nearing this age, this is a warning.

e) For those who have not yet had children, this is birth control.

The following came from an anonymous Mother in Austin, Texas…

Things I’ve learned from my Boys (honest and not kidding):

1.) A king size waterbed holds enough water to fill a 2000 sq. ft. house 4 inches deep.

2.) If you spray hair spray on dust bunnies and run over them with roller blades, they can ignite.

3.) A 3-year old Boy’s voice is louder than 200 adults in a crowded restaurant.

4.) If you hook a dog leash over a ceiling fan, the motor is not strong enough to rotate a 42 pound Boy wearing Batman underwear and a Superman cape. It is strong enough, however, if tied to a paint can, to spread paint on all four walls of a 20×20 ft. room.

5.) You should not throw baseballs up when the ceiling fan is on. When using a ceiling fan as a bat, you have to throw the ball up a few times before you get a hit. A ceiling fan can hit a baseball a long way

6.) The glass in windows (even double-pane) doesn’t stop a baseball hit by a ceiling fan.

7.) When you hear the toilet flush and the words “uh oh”, it’s already too late.

8.) Brake fluid mixed with Clorox makes smoke, and lots of it.

9.) A six-year old Boy can start a fire with a flint rock even though a 36-year old Man says they can only do it in the movies.

10.) Certain Lego’s will pass through the digestive tract of a 4-year old boy.

11.) Play dough and microwave should not be used in the same sentence.

12.) Super glue is forever.

13.) No matter how much Jell-O you put in a swimming pool you still can’t walk on water.

14.) Pool filters do not like Jell-O.

15.) VCR’s do not eject “PB & J” sandwiches even though TV commercials show they do.

16.) Garbage bags do not make good parachutes.

17.) Marbles in gas tanks make lots of noise when driving.

18.) You probably DO NOT want to know what that odor is.

19.) Always look in the oven before you turn it on; plastic toys do not like ovens.

20.) The fire department in Austin, TX has a 5-minute response time.

21.) The spin cycle on the washing machine does not make earthworms dizzy.

22.) It will, however, make cats dizzy.

23.) Cats throw up twice their body weight when dizzy.

24.) 80% of Men who read this will try mixing the Clorox and brake fluid.

25.) Women will pass this on to almost all of their friends, with or without kids.1218



Notable Quotes about women and marriage


I recently read that love is entirely a matter of chemistry. That must be why my wife treats me like toxic waste.  David Bissonette
When a man steals your wife, there is no better revenge than to let him keep her.  Sacha Guitry

After marriage, husband and wife become two sides of a coin; they can’t face each other, but still they stay together.  Hemant Joshi
By all means marry.  If you get a good wife, you’ll be happy.  If you get a bad one, you’ll become a philosopher.  Socrates
Woman inspires us to great things, and prevents us from achieving them.  Dumas
The great question… which I have not been able to answer… is, “What does a woman want?   Sigmund Freud
I had some words with my wife, and she had some paragraphs with me.  Anonymous
Some people ask the secret of our long marriage.  We take time to go to a restaurant two times a week.  A little candlelight, dinner, soft music and dancing.  She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays.  Henny Youngman
I don’t worry about terrorism.  I was married for two years.  Sam Kinison
There’s a way of transferring funds that is even faster than electronic banking.  It’s called marriage.  James Holt McGavran
I’ve had bad luck with both my wives.  The first one left me.  The second one didn’t.  Patrick Murray

Two secrets to keep your marriage brimming: 1) Whenever you’re wrong, admit it, 2) Whenever you’re right, shut up. Nash
The most effective way to remember your wife’s birthday is to forget it once…  Anonymous
You know what I did before I married?  Anything I wanted to.  Henny Youngman
My wife and I were happy for twenty years.  Then we met.  Rodney Dangerfield
A good wife always forgives her husband when she’s wrong.  Milton Berle
Marriage is the only war where one sleeps with the enemy.  Anonymous
A man inserted an ad in the classifieds: “Wife wanted.”  Next day he received a hundred letters.  They all said the same thing:  “You can have mine.”   Anonymous
First Guy (proudly): “My wife’s an angel!”   Second Guy: “You’re lucky, mine’s still alive.”






Barack Hussein Obama, not feeling well and concerned about his mortality, goes to consult a Psychic about the date of his death. 

Closing her eyes and silently reaching into the realm of the future she finds the answer: “You will die on a Jewish holiday.”
“Which one?” Obama asks, nervously.
“It doesn’t matter” replied the psychic. “Whenever you die, it’ll be a Jewish holiday.” 



One evening an avid bird watcher stood in his backyard and heard an owl hoot. So he thought he’d give a hoot back. To his surprise and delight, the bird hooted again. The next night the same scenario occurred.

All summer, the man and his feathered friend hooted back and forth. He even kept a log of the “conversations.”

Just as he thought he was on the verge of a breakthrough in inter species communication, his wife, had a chat with her next door neighbor.

“My husband spends his nights calling to owls,” the wife commented.

“That’s odd,” the neighbor replied. “So does my husband.”

Then it dawned on them…





Just imagine………..A scenario coming to a street near you…SOON!
Webster Street, Alameda, or Any Street, Anywhere USA
Victim:  Officer, officer! That man just stole my purse!
Officer:  Good morning ma’m, or does that pronoun offend you.  If so, please advise me of the correct pronoun I may use in order to not….
Victim:  Officer, you’re not listening to me!  That man stole my purse.
Officer:  That gentleman across the street?
Victim:  Yeah, that’s him.
Officer:  Okay, let me go talk to him.
Victim:  He’s a big guy, don’t you want some help?
Officer:  Oh no, anything that might give the appearance of a show of force isn’t allowed.
Officer leaves to talk to the alleged suspect and then returns:
Officer:  Is it a red purse with black trim and brass colored clasp with the initials MS on the side?
Victim:  That’s it, my name is Mary Smith and those are my initials.  That’s my purse.
Officer:  I figured it was yours, he doesn’t look like the purse type.  The problem is he doesn’t want to give it back.
Victim:  Well, arrest him, he robbed me of that purse.  He punched me, knocked me down and then took my purse.  Look at this bruise on my arm, and I’m bleeding from my forehead.
Officer:  I’m afraid I can’t do that.  He said he wouldn’t allow me to arrest him.  I can call the EMS folks though to treat you for your injuries. There will be a fee of course.
Victim:  What?!  You have to arrest him.  He committed a robbery and I’m the victim.  I demand you arrest him.
Officer:  I’m afraid I can’t do that.  He said he would fight if I tried to arrest him and our new Rules Of Engagement don’t allow us to confront a hostile suspect. 
Victim:  Rules Of Engagement?  What the hell is that?
Officer:  Basically it means if the alleged suspect offers any resistance, or even says he will resist, our Rules Of Engagement say we shall not “engage”.  It’s really quite simple and it makes our job much simpler.  No more fights, no violence involved and everyone is much safer that way aren’t they?
Victim:  But he robbed me and he’s standing right there, you mean you can’t do anything? 
Officer:  Oh, whether or not I could do something doesn’t matter. I’m not allowed to confront a possibly hostile suspect. Perhaps you could talk to him and see if he will come down to the precinct house and turn himself in.
Victim:  That’s it? That’s all you can do?
Officer:  Well, I can give you our website and you can make a report of this alleged crime.  It’s a really neat website, designed by the same folks that did that Affordable Care site  And I’d be glad to give you the office phone numbers for Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Eric Holder.
Victim:  Will they do anything?
Officer:  Not really, they’re only interested if I do something.
Victim:  Well did you at least get his name so I know who the bad guy is when I make this report?
Officer:  No, he didn’t want to give me his name,

and gosh

all I can do is ask.

Victim:  This is incredible.  He’s just standing over there like he knows nothing will be done about this.
Officer:  I know.  Happens all the time now.  Well, have a nice day and call any time, we’re here to help.
Victim:  But officer….
Officer:  You’ll have to excuse me, I have to go apologize to that gentlemen for disrupting his day.







Deanna Favre

In a recent news conference, Deanna Favre announced that she will be the starting Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers football team next season.

Deanna asserts that she is qualified to be the starting QB because she has spent 16 years married to Brett while he played QB for the Packers—even though she has actually never played football at any level from grade school up. She ever ran the offense of any team, nor ever played the game.

While Brett was playing, she became familiar with the definition of a corner blitz, the nickel package, man-to-man coverage, and she is now completely comfortable with all the other terminology involved in the Packers’ offense. A survey of Packers fans shows that 50% of those polled supported the her plan.


Does this sound idiotic and unbelievable—or familiar to you?

Hillary Clinton makes the same claims as to why she is qualified to be the President of the United States, and 50% of Democrats polled agree.


She has never run a city, county, or state during her “career” as being Bill Clinton’s wife. When told Hillary Clinton has experience because she has 8 years in the White House, my immediate thought was, “So does the pastry chef, and the person who picks up dog droppings from the White House Lawn.”

Relative to her running of the State Department, her biggest achievement was allowing a US Ambassador and three other Americans to be killed by pretending terrorism had been defeated….. Her words still echo…”what difference does it make”


At least Deanna Favre is pretty!






Happiness is not




With Lethal and his buses, I’m pretty sure it’s trying to run me over!



Damn!  That’s gonna leave a mark!




We do these special Public Service Announcements every-now-and-then but when we do, you really need to pay attention.  So, put down the coffee for a second and listen up.

With Christmas having just passed and the probability of at least one of you getting one of these as a gift, Lethal sent me this article with the suggestion I run it today.  So here it is:

Keurig recalls nearly 7 million coffee makers

Water can overheat and spray during brewing, causing burns

Short version is you can get sprayed in chest & face with live steam. It can potentially cause serious injuries including blindness and permanent scaring

So, check it out my friends.



I’m gonna go with too cheesy…but, she probably said yes.  Lots of girls seem to like this sort of schmaltz. 


This next one was sent in by my dad, Papa Dragon Most Senior.  It is a real winner.  Here’s what he had to say about it: 

This is an outstanding speech. 
Keep your eyes on Rep. Gowdy! He speaks the truth and is willing to stand by his words! 
 Trey Gowdy gets a standing ovation on House Floor
This is not the “re-cycled” speech that dominated the internet a month or so ago….this is South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy’s latest address to the House of Representatives.

You may or may not like this gentleman but this brief speech earned him a standing ovation from members of both parties in the House.

Rep. Gowdy has put common sense and honest emotion into what we’re all feeling and displays the intelligence and understanding we should expect from all our elected representatives. Both parties were listening and gave him a standing ovation.

Well said, sir!  Well said!  You are receiving a standing ovation from many of us out here who are seeing it on video, rather than live.  It’s about time somebody stood up and said something.


It may not look EXACTLY like my coffee mug, but mine has the exact same alignment marks on it.  What does my current mug look like?  Here it is:5h

Got this as a gift.  I like it a lot.  I drink out of it all the time.  I know.  It’s almost a bit cannibalistic, like how many humans do you know who drink out of a human shaped coffee mug, but still.  I like it a lot.











Hey!  That looks like the exact same model.  Well, I’ll be.






Oh Gawd!  That was awful!






I’m not sure that there is anyone out there who doesn’t know that this dragon is a huge Green Bay Packer fan.  Have been since I was just a little lizard and I read a biography on Bart Starr.  Well, my dad sent me this very interesting article that I’m going to share with you.

By the way…I’m also a Colts fan, but I have to be.  It’s a requirement to live in Indiana.

This was in the Desert News, the Salt Lake City newspaper. 

Maybe the only truly romantic thing left in American sports:

The Green Bay Packers!

Seriously, America , what’s not to like about the Green Bay Packers?  What’s not to like about a small-town team that is not only surviving, but thriving in the billion-dollar business of professional football?  There is nothing like them inPackers1 professional sports.

Think about what an oddity they are. Teams have come and gone in the NFL in a continuous game of musical chairs.

– the Baltimore Colts moved to Indianapolis ,

– the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore,

– the Oakland Raiders to L.A. and back to Oakland ,

– the Cardinals from Chicago to St. Louis to Phoenix,

– the Los Angeles Rams to St. Louis.

But the Packers have stayed in tiny Green Bay, Wis. since their birth in 1919.

Packers2America ‘s second biggest city, Los Angeles, with a population of 4 million, doesn’t even have a franchise, but Green Bay, with a population of 101,000, does! It’s like plunking down a team in the middle of Sandy, Utah.

They are the smallest market in pro sports. Green Bay ‘s metro area – if you stretch the definition of “metro” – is 283,000.
Buffalo, the next smallest in sports, has 1.1 million.

New York City has 8.5 million in the city limits alone, 19 million in the metro area.

What’s not to like about a team that was dreamed up during a street-corner conversation one day?

Curly Lambeau, a former Green Bay prep star and Notre Dame football player, hatched the idea and convinced his employer, the Indian Packing Company, to buy uniforms and provide a practice field.  In turn, the team called itself the Packers.

Lambeau was the team’s first star player (for 11 years) and its first coach (for 30 years) and – you’ve got to like this – he pioneered the forward pass in the NFL.

What’s not to like about the last small-town survivor of the National Football League?  In the early ’20s, the fledgling NFL consisted almost entirely of small-town teams like Green Bay. the Decatur Staleys, Akron Pros, Canton Bulldogs, Muncie Flyers, Rochester Jeffersons, Rock Island Independents.

But as the league turned fully to professionalism, those teams either folded or moved to big cities for bigger profits. Packers

Green Bay found a way to keep the Packers – the community bought them .

What’s not to like about a team that is owned by its fans? The Packers are the only publicly owned team in professional sports. There’s no Jerry Jones, George Steinbrenner or Daniel Snyder in Green Bay. The other teams have one very rich, often reviled, owner; the Packers have 112,000 shareholders or 112,000 Monday-morning quarterbacks who are legally entitled to kibbitz.

They’ve rescued the team from financial hardship four times – in 1923, ’35, ’50 and ’97. Without them, the team simply would not exist.

What’s not to like about this team? Apparently, not much.

Despite their small-town roots – or perhaps because of it – they have courted a world-wide following.  According to a 2010 Harris poll, the Packers are still the third most popular team in the country, 40 years after their glory years.

Someone once asked the late former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle to name the best football city in America . ” Green Bay ,” he replied. “A small town. People owning their own football team. Rabid supporters.”

The Packers have one of the longest waiting lists for season tickets in pro sports, some 80,000 deep (Lambeau Field seats only 78,000).  The average wait for season tickets is estimated to be 30 years, but if you added your name to the list now you probably wouldn’t get tickets in your lifetime.

Packer fans are known to leave season tickets in their wills or to place newborn babies on the waiting list. Packer games have been sold out since 1960.  “I’m a ‘green and gold’ season ticket holder and have some voting stock in the team,” explains Walt Mehr, a Utah resident who grew up in Eagle River, Wis., just north of Green Bay.  “It took me 23 years to get season tickets.

We have a big shareholders meeting in July and vote. We were involved with remodeling of the stadium. As season-ticket holders we had to put up money for that – $5,000. My tickets are in my will.”

It’s every fan’s dream – they get to help run the team.. You’ve got to like that.

What’s not to like about a team that has been an almost mythical force since joining the NFL in 1921?

They’ve won 13 championships – nine NFL titles in the pre-Super Bowl era, and four Super Bowls – and no one else is close to matching them.  They won the first two Super Bowls . They won five championships in seven years during the ’60s. They’re the only team that’s ever won three in a row.

The city’s nickname is “Titletown.”

5jTheir coach’s name is on the Super Bowl Trophy.

They have 21 Hall of Famers, second only to the Chicago Bears.

They are a team of legends – Starr, Nitschke, Taylor, Lombardi, Davis, Hornung, Kramer, Gregg, Hutson, Lambeau, Favre.

What’s not to like about a team that is so entrenched in the community in such a personal way? It’s big-time football in a small-town way that has been lost as the NFL has grown.

This is the town that spawned the Lambeau Leap – players leaping into the arms of fans behind the end zone after a touchdown, a routine that has since been adopted throughout the league.  It symbolizes the close connection between the team and the fans, like so many other things.

Green Bay ‘s stadium is bordered by the back yards of middle-class neighborhoods. The players live in regular neighborhoods, with the fans.  “Unlike the other NFL cities, where players can live in mansions away from the masses, Green Bay has no real ‘affluent’ suburbs,” says Vai Sikahema, a former Packer and BYU player.  “And because of the frigid weather, everyone had second homes in warmer places. So the players lived in modest homes in regular neighborhoods.”

“Playing for the Packers and living in Green Bay is generally the way it was in the ’60’s when Vince Lombardi lived there.  The house we rented was rented by a host of former Packers, dating back to the great running back Jim Taylor.  “Another player rented a home once lived in by Bart Starr . That creates this extra unique bond with the fan base.

On Tuesdays, our day off, we’d walk our children to the bus stop and all the dads would go in late so they could walk their own kids and talk football with us at the bus stop.  My wife had play dates with regular moms on our street, as opposed to the closed, elitist ‘wives club’ on other teams.”

There is a tradition in Green Bay that has received considerable publicity over the years. Kids wait for Packer players outside the locker room and often use their bikes to ride to the practice field. The kids hold the players’ helmets and jog alongside the players as they ride the kids’ bikes to practice. Who couldn’t like that?  “I was one of those kids who ran next to a player while he rode my bike to the practice field from the locker room,” says Mark Stimpson, a Salt Lake resident who grew up in Green Bay.  “We did it every day during the summer. I had a metallic green stingray bike. I’d wait by the locker room. The player would hand me his helmet. The players wouldn’t pedal the bikes. They were too big.   They’d just stick their legs out and coast because it’s a down-hill walk to the field. We’d talk to them while we walked beside them.  Then, during practice we’d watch the guy who rode our bike. It was a fun time. The players were great to us.”

Sikahema remembers the bike routine, as well. “The bikes are one of those unique things in Green Bay that allow fans, especially kids, to get to know the players in a personal way,” he says. “I stayed in touch with the kid whose bike I used through his college years and his wedding. He’s now in his mid-30s. His name is Aaron Smet.  When I was there, a bunch of poor kids didn’t have bikes to lend to the players and (teammate) Sterling Sharpe had Wal-Mart deliver to the complex a tractor trailer full of bikes that he gave away to less fortunate kids.”

Stimpson recalls seeing Willie Wood , Ray Nitschke , Elijah Pitts and Bart Starr around town when he was a kid. The Packers were one of them.  His sister, Mary Nelson, babysat for reserve quarterback Zeke Bratkowski.” Zeke lived around the corner from us,” says Nelson. “After the games some of the players would come over to Zeke’s house.  I got to meet Bart Starr, Jerry Kramer and Max McGee and their wives. Every time I baby sat Zeke’s kids he would walk me home.”

What’s not to like about a town that is all about its team? Green Bay businesses are Packer themed.

The streets are named after Packers – Lombardi, Ray Nitschke, Brett Favre, Mike Holmgren, Don Hutson, Reggie White, Bart Starr, Tony Canadeo.  Even the official Green Bay website is all about the local football team.

The town shuts down during games; churches schedule around the Packers, then open their parking lots for Packer fans. “The streets are empty during the games,” says Stimpson.  “When I was a boy I could ride my bike down the middle of the street because there was no traffic.”

What’s not to like about a team that won the Ice Bowl, one of the greatest games ever played?

It was the 1967 NFL Championship game in Green Bay, and the temperature was minus-13 degrees , with a wind-chill hovering around 50 below.  Rick Delacenserie, who grew up in the Green Bay area and now lives in Park City, watched the Packer practices as a boy and witnessed the Ice Bowl from the same end zone where Starr scored the game-winning touchdown.  “I spent most of the third quarter in the bathroom,” he recalls. “It was packed in there. Everyone was trying to get warm. Someone brought a hacksaw and cut up the goal posts.  All I got was some of the foam they wrapped around the post.” You’ve got to love a team that inspires fans to brave sub-zero weather.
After the Super Bowl victory that followed the Ice Bowl , the Packers went into decline for 25 years until the Favre years arrived in the early ’90s , the Packers still inspired fierce loyalty and love.

“The only thing you can see on the horizon is Lambeau Field ,” says Mehr, who pauses to choke back tears before continuing. “I get chills when I see it. On a beautiful clear day, omigosh.”

For his part, Stimpson left home decades ago to attend BYU and settle in Utah . He doesn’t follow sports as he once did, and the game has changed, and yet he still says this: “The Packers are so much a part of you. The Packers still have a certain pull. They always will.” You’ve got to like that!
I hope you enjoyed reading a little bit about my favorite team.  If you’re a Packers fan, let me hear from you.  Until next time…

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16 Responses to Dragon Laffs #1417

  1. maggie culligan says:

    wonderful blog,, learned much about the Packers I did not know. Have always liked them ,but I’m a Pat’s fan. Keep up the wonderful work and have a very Happy New Year.

  2. Ginny says:

    You are correct old wise dragon, partying is in my New Jersey blood. I did remember most of the “goings” on….but don’t blame me for the upside down snowman. That looks like something Lethal might do. Great issue, filled with great jokes, gifs and history of Green Bay Packers.
    Hope they go all the way just for you! Again, HAPPY BIRTHDAY my dear Dragon…..born on December 24. xoxoxoxoxo

    • lethalleprechaun says:

      ‘Twas not me! Innocent of this I am (this time)! I suspect we were vistied by the ghost(s) of Calvin & Hobbs.

      • Ginny says:

        Calvin & Hobbs my arse….the upside down snowman had your fingerprints!

      • lethalleprechaun says:

        I have no finger prints- I’m not human, I’m mythical no finger prints.
        Besides even if I DID have them they would never show up in snow!

      • Ginny says:

        Nice going…..thought you would cover for me….. I WAS THE ONE TO TIP FROSTY ON HIS HEAD! Diaman did assist….I’m not taking the full rapp.

      • lethalleprechaun says:

        Hey when you both reappeared turning blue and with teeth chattering I DID cover you!
        Slipped you Special Dark Hot Chocolate with Baliey’s & Kaulia in it topped with whipped cream too!

      • Ginny says:

        What a guy you are….no wonder Frosty landed on his head. We probably couldn’t remember which was up or down after that yummy hot chocolate.

      • lethalleprechaun says:

        That was Frosty? NO WONDER he was doing headstands!
        He offered to chill the big bottles of Jagiermeister & Peach Schnaps inside himself and they broke.
        Poor guy was instantly drunker than Santa at the end of his week long post Christmas binge!

      • impishdragon says:

        Hey Lethal, I’ve got Frosty’s people on the phone. They … um … want explanations. Something about Frosty being ruffied and turned upside down? Saying a couple of bimbos did it. We don’t have any bimbos on staff, right? None of our girls could be called bimbos…right? Maybe some of the girls down in … no, no, no! They are all good…wait!
        Could they be talking about…?

      • Ginny says:

        Diaman and Moi ain’t no stinkin’ bimbos. True I’m from JOISEY and she was at one point too, but we are “classy” broads. Tell the Frosty people to Shove it…..I don’t know what he was smoking in his corn cob pipe…but it sure smelled like wacky weed to me.

      • impishdragon says:

        I know dear. I know. We knows youse is both classy broads so just forget-about-it. Besides, he says he was ruffied, but remembers somthin’, then he wasn’t ruffied by one of youse broads. If you’d done it he wouldn’t even have known his own name!

  3. Rodney says:

    I’m Canadian and I love football, especially my Winnipeg Blue Bombers. N.F.L.? The Packers and the Falcons (who we don’t get so see very often).
    I bring this up just to mention that there are three other community owned teams in professional football besides the Pack; the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Edmonton Eskimos of the C.F.L.

    • impishdragon says:

      Hi Rodney, so I gather it’s not such a rarity in the CFL, but for the NFL and the fact that so much of America is so monetarily and corporate run, it’s a unique situation in Green Bay. I’ll admit I don’t follow Canadian Football at all, but I do know that some of the players seem to go back and forth between the two leagues. I also think it’s high time that football became as international a sport as soccer…or European “football” … is.
      Thanks for writing in, Rodney.

  4. tommy says:

    Green Bay is my team even after the Saints. Love them both

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