I never understood why you were given coal when you were naughty.
I'm sure you had a blast being naughty enough to earn coal!
What is that... playdough?
I apologize for my ignorance because I've never seen a piece of coal all my life... (charcoal, yes).But is that the proper colour for a coal? Or that's candy? :P
Hehehe, just yesterday I had a student tell me he got a lump of coal for Christmas last year and he said he didn't know why everyone complains about it because it tasted just like candy!
Well, you couldn't have been too bad, because your coal isn't even black.Then again, it's red, so perhaps your coal is still burning.. boy, you WERE a naughty girl. ;)
Are you sure its coal? It looks like something that came from somewhere else (insert poo joke here)
I'm sure you did and I bet it was worth it!
The top part looks like a casino chip. Maybe that was your gift.
HA HA HA!!I hope you had fun, too!
I want it!
One year when my daughter was about 8, my mom put switches in her stocking. Patti cried all day. I never understood that either. :(
i LOVE your sense of humour!you're fab!
Gee I hope you were too!While I have had many years that I deserved coal I have yet to receive it. :-)
Since you kept this 'gift', I assume that was the only time you got on the naughty list.
Hehe I love that!
Well, you know, it's always better to ask forgiveness than permission.At least that's the motto I rule my life by. lol
HA ----I know some people and KIDS who need that for Christmas this year...My friend's grandsons are SO bad (behavior) that they do not deserve anything for Christmas. What has happened to discipline when it comes to kids these days???? Gads...Hugs,Betsy
Guess that explains why Christmas is not your favorite holiday!
I knew you were one of those girls my mom told me would be a bad influence.But you know, I sleep with Santa. And boy! Is it ever worth being on the naughty list!!
"ONCE"???LOL I don't buy that at all!((((((((Hugs))))))))Lori
If you don't remember....i think you did have.fun. LOL
You had soooo much fun, that you cant even remember.
I have given Christmas cards that say...."You're the reason Santa even HAS a naughty list."Also have given snowman poop. There's a poem that goes along with mini-marshmallows in a plastic sandwich bag. Something that ends with..."so here's the scoop. All you get is snowman poop."
Naughty or nice I always think you are terrific. Hugs!
naughty or nice I always think you are terrific! Hugs!
Ha! That is so awesome!
I can't imagine you ever being naughty. I think Santa delivered to the wrong house by mistake. I'm sure I got your Barbie. ;)
I think the best kind of naughty is the kind you (mercifully?) don't remember and instead you're left with the thought, "Why are there nylons all over the house and why are they stuffed with chickens?"
Sarah, the fact that someone your age, would use the term "nylons", kills me!
WhAT??NO DETAILS?Oh, such a tease.
I love that you saved it!
Coal is my Middle name LOL
How long ago is long, long ago?
Oooooooooh, I'm gonna' write Santa right now for one of those..! I'll bet the year you qualified for that, has a lot of tales you can tell (grin).
I cannot image you getting this. And, then keeping it. I am sure it was all in fun.
I never got coal but one year my mom made me return all my presents after I opened them. (I was 19 and ran up her credit card.) Good times.
Well it is a pretty shade of red.And the countdown continues. It will be over before we know it (so long as we keep saying that). Hang in.xoRobyn
I'm sure it was well worth it. Was it from your mom? :)
I love this. . . I hope you had fun too. . .My best wishes for a blessed and beautiful holiday for you and yours...
Once I got my brother (as a joke) a pack of batteries wrapped with the note "Batteries, toy not including".He was not amused.
It will be a diamond someday...worth lots of money. :)
THAT is hilarious! I needed a good laugh, thank you!
WE only hope that whatever mischief you did to earn such esteemed lump of coal was really, really WICKED! Ha-ha-ha, for that is always mischief of the BEST QUALITY!
My daughter once received a lump ... a big lump, about the size of a football of cement. I guess Santa couldn't find any coal that year. She still has it!! Here's wishing you a coal-less Christmas!
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