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December 11, 2013


Man vs. Christmas tree

(Thanks to Jan in Grimsby)


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He tried buying an artificial tree, but ruined his good saw and gave up.

If they saw their dog moving like that against the tree they'd get a rolled up newspaper.

I used to read Dave's column faithfully. When he stopped writing regular columns I still checked in every week to read his reprinted columns and occasional new ones. But now the Miami Herald has larded the site with so many ads that in many cases I can't get through to the column at all-- killing one ad just pops up another. I won't be coming back any more. It's the end of an era. Goodbye Dave!

Not having the chance to Meet single women ever again could compound problem.

Don't let the door hit you on the way out DS.
I mean, Happy Holidays!
Sharkie, that was my first thought too.

Couldn't have been in Florida. He wasn't naked.

This is why I use det cord to cut my Christmas tree.

My first thought was, the wife is getting way too much enjoyment out of this.

The disappointment was the video.

It is indeed fortunate, that he didn't have a chainsaw ...

1. The tree would've "fallen down" ...

2. It is a moot question, whom would have been chainsawed first, the giggler, or the small critter who continued to belabor the obvious ...

3. Nope ... no #3 this time ...

Norwegian sex tape.

Wiredog -- I was thinking a cutting torch. Either one would be fine, but I'm pretty sure that in combination there might be a "Hey, hold my beer" moment.

I would totally be the hysterically laughing wife with the video camera.

My dad went through a similar situation at a tree farm when we were kids...only instead of all the obscene gesturing, he thickened the air with enough Un-Christmaslike profanity to dirty the snow on the ground.

The guy a couple of trees down very kindly loaned my dad his chain saw, but I suspect the guy did it less out of kindness than to spare his kids learning lots and lots of new words...

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