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12/21/2011 8:13AM
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12/21/2011 8:26AM
Eileen Harwood
Happy Holidays!
12/21/2011 8:27AM
Sue
I'm sorry to say that this is what comes of taking your guidance from a red Solo cup!
12/21/2011 8:41AM
Blue Olive Dave
In a holiday/gender confused moment, little Toby Keith writes his first song, Red Solo Cup!
12/21/2011 9:18AM
Brian Cern
Christmas - A little something for everybody.
12/21/2011 9:35AM
Kraig (enough with the references to one really crummy, redneck song) B.
Let's just hope young Rudy does not forgive all of the children who banished him to the woods once they realize they can take advantage of his freakish fetishes for their own personal gain.
12/21/2011 10:38AM
Mike
Unlike most superheroes, young Peter Parker struggled to hide more than one secret identity.
12/21/2011 11:45AM
Tough Job
Boy, this gig sure ain't worth the money
12/21/2011 12:40PM
P.Parmley
"In other, recent reincarnation news, Salvador Dali is back, as confused and confusing as ever, but he's still too young to grow a moustache."
12/21/2011 12:41PM
G.V. Parmelli
"Oh, bugger!"
12/21/2011 12:45PM
Chenker
Little Tommy wanted to cover all holidays at once.
12/21/2011 1:09PM
Art Paul Schlosser
Dear Toby Smith The elves had a little mix up with your name and a girl by the name of Toni Smith. So let me know if there is any problem. Yours Truly-Santa Claus
12/21/2011 7:37PM
Aly McDonnell
Little Red Riding Santa...No, no...The Big Bad SPIDEY Wolf...NO, NO, Beauty and the Christmas Beast!...Really, though, really...once I get this thing together it's gonna be an EPIC one man, er, one woman (okay so I'm not a man or a woman yet)...whatever..anyway just trust me...it's gonna be GREAT!
12/22/2011 1:11PM
John C.
When Timmy zapped himself with the Shrink-O-Matic 5000 because he wanted to live inside his Lincoln Log house, he noticed there were some awful side effects.
12/22/2011 1:12PM
John C.
The Boy Scouts just ain't what it used to be.
12/22/2011 6:02PM
Todd B
If Scott Walker and Sarah Palin had a kid....and it was raised by Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. (too soon?)
12/23/2011 11:05AM
Kraig B.
Some might say that Uncle Bobby took the old snipe hunting gag a bit too far this time.
12/23/2011 11:30AM
Geno
"You know, as I sit back and reflect on things, maybe my audition for the christmas pageant was a little over the top!"
12/29/2011 3:28PM
Gary Charles
While cross-dressing at Camp Santa is not encouraged it certainly livens up the campfire skits.
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