Saturday, June 9, 2012

Guest Post Saturday: Edition Seven

     Welcome back to Guest Post Saturday! Last week, we had an interruption when I received my first award from the Lady in Red from A Bozo's Abbozzo. This week, our special guest post writer is Brother. This is his second guest post and I'm very excited he was willing to write a second one. If you want to give this a shot, check out everything you need to know here and send me an email at pertinax_puella@hotmail.com.



It's not cool to publicly celebrate holidays well before or well after they actually happen. Seriously.

I get it, I live in the land of partying or whatever (California,) but COME ON. Fireworks and shit on June 1st? I thought someone was getting shot outside – also not an unlikely event around here. Plus, screaming kids are really not something we need. It's like a freaking zombie horde; make a bunch of noise and toys for them to play with and they go nuts.

What are you celebrating, anyway? July 4th? You're off by about 32 days there, buddy. You party pretty much every night already. Then you have those neighbors who insist on using fireworks for, like, 3 weeks after July 4th. Or what about people who put up Halloween/Christmas decorations MONTHS in advance? It's pretty much laughable when stores and commercials do it.

I don't know, maybe your family has some weird year-long Thanksgiving thing going on, but why the heck do you have a fake turkey in your yard five times longer than the average Thanksgiving vacation?
As a side note, where's International Pie Day? People should have pie stands instead of lemonade stands.

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  1. Well, March 1st is International Pig Day!! Does that help? No? Ok, I tried... lol

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    1. lol Brother (like my mom, probably) would like to know if you get to eat the pig. If so, he thinks it's a fair trade off.

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  2. It is a fair trade off to eat the pig. BACON!!

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    1. You don't care if it's fair or not. You just want bacon.

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