Holiday Joshing

Today is my last day at school until 2007.

It’s Christmas break, fools!

This is, without a doubt, one of the most wonderful days of the year. A time for festivities, fun, and frenzied fracases. A time to reflect on this year’s bounty, wait in eager anticipation for the Christmas holiday, and widespread donkey euthanization.

Upon reflection, though, one begins to question such attitudes. It is ironic, is it not, that such a day of unbridled merriment should fall on one of the darkest, shortest days of the year? It almost seems incongruous to gleefully celebrate on a day perhaps more suited for dragon armies and troll slaughter. Is it right that we do so?

Ha ha! Just kidding! You thought I was serious, right? You know better than that. I don’t think about nothing! It’s all laughs, 24-7 with me!

Now get over here and suck down some egg nog with me, you son of a bitch!

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15 Responses to Holiday Joshing

  1. Sarah says:

    Nice double negative Peter. You call yourself a teacher.

  2. peter says:

    Are you asking to become the JLP’s copy editor or something?

  3. scott says:

    in this particular case, sarah appears to be playing the role of the grinch. it’s Christmas….ain’t no reason to be questioning peter’s grammar.

    merry christmas peter! guzzle the spiked egg nog by the gallon!

  4. Peter says:

    You are correct, Scott. The double negative was used intentionally.

    Sarah is a grouchy-pants!

  5. Thom says:

    She hates Christmas, huh?

  6. peter says:

    She hates love.

  7. MJ says:

    Double negative????? Peter is all Positive!

  8. sarah says:

    Bah Humbug to all and to all a bad night!

    :oP

    Since Jesus has so much treasure stored up in heaven, would robbing the gifts from the magi and giving them to the poor make me like Robin Hood?

  9. peter says:

    Yes, as long as you had Little John beat each of the magi to death.

  10. Sarah says:

    Instead of Little John, I was thinking of using John the Baptist. That way I know the magi can at least be baptized before being bludgeoned to death.

  11. kevin s. says:

    Wait, you get time off?

    All my teacher friends have led me to believe that you will actually spend 5 days in workshops, and then have to spend 1.5 days helping to replace the chipping paint near the radiators.

  12. Sarah says:

    Now who didn’t see that coming at the end of the video? More disturbing that I viewed it while eating breakfast this morning.

    Kevin should try the eggnog bong at his next birthday party.

  13. Thom says:

    That’s only in public schools, Kevin. Peter works for one of those elitest private schools. Lots of days off and easy hours.

  14. Peter says:

    And plenty of booze in the teacher’s lounge.

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