Thursday, December 24, 2009

Nothing Says Merry Christmas Better Than a Chubby Showgirl Doll

Merry Christmas! I searched through thousands of images for the perfect Christmas photo, and finally settled on this one. I think it says it all, don't you? The holy manger is probably hidden in the doll's hair somewhere. Or maybe the chubby one swallowed Jesus. What? Don't make that face, you were thinking it too.
The skinny one had her legs glued together so she wouldn't look all trampy like the chubby one. They're doing their Christmas Cheer just for you. Give me a C! Give me an H! If you squint, they look like sex toys.

Ha ha! Made you squint.
Merry Christmas


SkylersDad said...

That picture is made of win!

Cait said... them.

thanks so much for the note. oh, I guess haystacks is one of the favorites around here. Always, find them at a cookie exchange. Found out my granny in Texas just uses cereal in hers instead of chow mein noodles. My brother loves them with butterscotch chips.

How's the weather there? Snowing is a blow'n here.

Merry Christmas!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Uh-oh. Busted. I squinted!

Merry christmas Diane.

Dominica said...

haha Sex toys are looking classy these days ... :-)
Merry Christmas D. ! XX from the other D.

Green-Eyed Momster said...

You crack me up!
Hugs and love,

diane said...

Chris: Well, that's something anyhow.

Cait: We have freezing rain here. Yippee.

Joanna: Me too. I squinted so hard that I have a twitch in my left eye now.

Other D: Neither one of these showgirls has any class, but you go girl.

Tracey: I always feel happier if I can give you a laugh.

Marian said...

happy holidays Diane. Hope you and your family are having an amazing festive season

cait said...

Thanks for the note. Hope you are having a great day after Christmas..Its still snowing here! Ugh...

Jocelyn said...

If I really squint, and then I hold one of 'em up above my head, I can pretend it's "a star, a star, shining in the night"--'cause that hairdo is starrrrific.

diane said...

Marian: Thank you honey. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season, full of photographical adventures.

Cait: Still? It's 40 degrees today, and the sun is shining. :) We'll get snow all of Jan. & Feb.

Jo: That's a good one. Don't they remind you a little bit of Little Kiddles?