Friday, December 17, 2010

Friday Bits of Tid, A Christmas Carol Edition

Greetings to all you little Santa's Helpers.

On this day in 1843, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol was published. This story of redemption has been often imitated but never duplicated. My favorite version of this story is Scrooged, followed closely by the late George C. Scott's interpretation, filmed on location.

Was that a bit or a tid? Time will decide...

It was only a matter of time. Behold the American Redneck Society. Rusty pickup truck and trusty dog not included. Jeff Foxworthy was unavailable for comment.

What's in your wallet? A lawsuit.

Capitalism in action. The Wikileaks scandal is compared to a feminine hygiene device. Unfairly, I might add, to the aforementioned FHD.

Man discovers belt. No? OK, never mind, then.

Guinness keeps us entertained between pints with the world's largest enchilada. I would've expected more competition from Corona.

Instant ranch. Just add, um, water.

Is this what they mean by "animal rights," they can adopt raccoons now?

Naked Wisconsin mailman delivers a teeny, tiny package and loses his job.

If you have a daughter, you've probably thought about doing this to at least one of her boyfriends.

"I need one indigestion to go!"

And finally, are you in a joyous mood this Holiday Season? This will cure ya'...

Shamelessly stolen from Contributed by The Jawa Report.

Be good, Santa's stalking watching you.

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