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Tidings of Joy!
December 15th 2005, 21:06 CET by Chunkstyle

What are you asking for this year?  What are you buying others?  Why do English people eat puddings?  Why do people buy that album of dogs barking Jingle Bells?  What's your favorite Christmas memory?  Do you believe in Santa Claus, or are you a joyless Scrooge?
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#1 by Trunks
2005-12-15 21:17:32
Merry Christmas?

#2 by Jibble
2005-12-15 21:21:13
The real Christmas miracle is that this topic was actually posted before the 25th.

With your plan they'd be all like "everyone with weasels in their pants thinks they're great dancers but they're not, they've just got weasels in their pants."

Blog. 220 lbs.  40 to go.
#3 by Penguinx
2005-12-15 21:46:18
Stick this in your xmas pipe and smoke it.

#4 by Chunkstyle
2005-12-15 22:02:30
Those people really need some Christmas cheer.  Maybe some eggnog.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#5 by Shadarr
2005-12-15 22:04:11
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
That cartoon wasn't as funny as it could've been.

I hate my life and I want to die.
#6 by Chunkstyle
2005-12-15 22:06:04
Anyway, this year for Christmas I asked for socks.  There isn't anything I want that is reasonably priced, and if someone buys me any other type of clothes I'll probably hate them, and I'm the kind of person who doesn't return anything.  So probably socks and gift certificates this year.

I'm giving wine (to the drunks in the family), Best Buy gift cards (a true crowd pleaser) and Sirius radios (to the Stern fans).  

Ho ho ho.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#7 by An iPod Nano
2005-12-15 22:08:23
http://www.apple.com/ipodnano/
the best thing about christmas is the buying.  hooray for buying!  i bought the worst, worst, worst game for the PSP; Untold Legends
#8 by jjohnsen
2005-12-15 22:11:05
http://www.johnsenclan.com
I got a pair of shoes, an external DVD burner (that I've already Ebayed, damn Mac compatibility) and MArch of the Penguins on dvd.  Then I spent a shitload on ydaughter.  I don't know what it is, but once I start spending I go crazy when it comes to kids.  They have so many fun toys to choose from, I got over our limit every time.

Actually, the liberalism of the media - as a general thing - IS a major fallacy. What the media is, is a whore.  -LP
#9 by Matt Davis
2005-12-15 22:18:14
http://looroll.com
All DVD burners work with Macs I thought, you just need to run the correct hack.

I picked up a random NEC DVD Burner and it runs great.

#10 by Shadarr
2005-12-15 22:29:50
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I now only exchange gifts with my girlfriend, mom and brother.  We used to also include my dad, but he's not really into Christmas so we're not doing it this year.  This way, it's a lot cheaper and w only get things from people who know what w want.  No crappy sweaters or baskets of decorative soap!

I hate my life and I want to die.
#11 by Penguinx
2005-12-15 22:30:55
My wife is making a lot of canned, brandied peaches and other homeade delicacies -I'm really sick of buying impersonal, mass-produced crap and find myself in a Chunk-esque situation.

#12 by Penguinx
2005-12-15 22:31:14
Pears, rather. I don't think it was the peaches that got brandied. I forget.

#13 by schnee
2005-12-15 22:31:54
david@snowdesign.com
Eggbeater pedals for my bike.

Yet another MP3 that Squeaky can't appreciate: xploding plastix - Treat Me Mean, I Need The Reputation
#14 by Greg
2005-12-15 22:41:45
It was December 24th on Hollis Ave in the dark
When I seen a man chilling with his dog in the park
I approached very slowly with my heart full of fear
Looked at his dog, oh my God, an ill'n reindeer
But then I was ill'n because the man had a beard
And a bag full of goodies, 12 o'clock had neared
So I turned my head a second and the man had gone
But he left his driver's wallet smack dead on the lawn
I picket the wallet up then I took a pause
Took out the license and it cold said "Santa Claus"
A million dollars in it, cold hundreds of G's
Enough to buy a boat and matching car with ease
But I'd never steal from Santa, cause that ain't right
So I was going home to mail it back to him that night
But when I got home I bugged, cause under the tree
Was a letter from Santa and all the dough was for me

It's Christmas time in Hollis Queens
Mom's cooking chicken and collard greens
Rice and stuffing, macaroni and cheese
And Santa put gifts under Christmas trees
Decorate the house with lights at night
Snow's on the ground, snow white so bright
In the fireplace is the yule log
Beneath the mistle toe as we drink egg nog
The rhymes you hear are the rhymes of Darryl's
But each and every year we bust Chrsitmas carrols

Rhymes so loud and proud you hear it
It's Christmas time and we got the spirit
Jack Frost chillin, the orchids out
And that's what Christmas is all about
The time is now, the place is here
And the whole wide world is filled with cheer

My name's D.M.C. with the mic in my hand
And I'm chilling and coolin just like a snowman
So open your eyes, lend us an ear
We want to say

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

こんにちは
#15 by Your Friend
2005-12-15 22:43:01
Aww yeah, that's stupid dope fresh.

Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection,
The lovers, the dreamers, and me.
#16 by Chunkstyle
2005-12-15 22:45:32
Greg has the Xmas spirit.  Word to his mother.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#17 by Wudi
2005-12-15 23:13:52
Happy Festivus!

Please stand around the Aluminum Pole and begin the Airing of Grievances!

Later challange your (un)loved ones to The Feats of Strength!

Zep--

Inverted Mouse 4 Life, YO!
#18 by Jibble
2005-12-15 23:19:30
My wife is making a lot of canned, brandied peaches and other homeade delicacies -I'm really sick of buying impersonal, mass-produced crap and find myself in a Chunk-esque situation.

So uh...I know you have my mailing address and stuff and even though I didn't get you anything that's still no excuse to not send me something. I promise a positive online review of these peaches at a business rating site or blog of your choice.

With your plan they'd be all like "everyone with weasels in their pants thinks they're great dancers but they're not, they've just got weasels in their pants."

Blog. 220 lbs.  40 to go.
#19 by yotsuya
2005-12-15 23:22:12
Here's what I asked my wife for.

"It's only make-believe until it becomes flim-flam."
#20 by yotsuya
2005-12-15 23:25:40
Oh, and Merry Christmas to you all, especially our friends in the Great White North.

"It's only make-believe until it becomes flim-flam."
#21 by jjohnsen
2005-12-15 23:26:15
http://www.johnsenclan.com
All DVD burners work with Macs I thought, you just need to run the correct hack.

I picked up a random NEC DVD Burner and it runs great.

This one didn't.  And every hack I could find didn't make a difference.

Actually, the liberalism of the media - as a general thing - IS a major fallacy. What the media is, is a whore.  -LP
#22 by Penguinx
2005-12-15 23:30:58
So uh...I know you have my mailing address and stuff and even though I didn't get you anything that's still no excuse to not send me something. I promise a positive online review of these peaches at a business rating site or blog of your choice.


My wife is thinking about starting a business where she sells this stuff. We just haven't been able to pin down a fair asking price.

#23 by anaqer
2005-12-15 23:32:06
I'm having an upgrade (TbredB->Palermo w/ mobo of course) and just bought this* so Jibble would have a better opinion of me.


(*cue everybody telling how it's a toy camera and Sony's a bad choice anyway)

"There's no place like home."
#24 by Jibble
2005-12-15 23:34:12
Never buy anything based on my opinion.

My wife is thinking about starting a business where she sells this stuff. We just haven't been able to pin down a fair asking price.

I will pay one dollar. Plus shipping.

With your plan they'd be all like "everyone with weasels in their pants thinks they're great dancers but they're not, they've just got weasels in their pants."

Blog. 220 lbs.  40 to go.
#25 by anaqer
2005-12-15 23:36:01
NOW you're telling me. Thanks, asshole!

"There's no place like home."
#26 by Matt Davis
2005-12-15 23:58:43
http://looroll.com
anaqer, nice choice, our insurance policy just replaced a water soaked DSC-P120 with this

As for what I want for Xmas, I've really struggled this year other than asking for some DVD's and some airfix model cars, I kind of feel I have pretty much everything I need.

#27 by Matt Davis
2005-12-16 00:01:38
http://looroll.com
Oh and anyone else who's just picked up a new ipod I can highly recommend picking up this adapter. No longer do I need to buy stupidly expensive memory cards.

#28 by None-1a
2005-12-16 00:29:22
I'm supposed to be getting a copy of X3 and a Saitek Cyborg Evo.

People buy albums of dogs barking Jingle Bells for a very simple reason, chaseing off guest after they've over stayed their welcome.
#29 by Squeaky
2005-12-16 00:43:57
Oh, and Merry Christmas to you all, especially our friends in the Great White North.

HEARD IT


over and over and over and over and over and over...

Aeternum vale
#30 by schnee
2005-12-16 07:47:40
david@snowdesign.com
Goddamn this is funny. Probably a SEEN IT, but...

Jay Pinkerton - Superman Origin Comics

Happy holidays!

Yet another MP3 that Squeaky can't appreciate: xploding plastix - Treat Me Mean, I Need The Reputation
#31 by bago
2005-12-16 09:48:29
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
teehee.

<Cerebus> if i want some inhuman semi-comedic non-sequitors, then you'll be the first i call.
#32 by Xero
2005-12-16 14:18:58
http://novakometa.blogspot.com/
Happy Holidays all, I don't subscribe to all this God and Jesus rubbish.

There is no gravity the world sucks
#33 by Warren Marshall
2005-12-16 14:29:07
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Thanks for sharing!

Jesus Christ, that is unbelievably retarded! - lwf
#34 by Sgt Hulka
2005-12-16 15:23:30
Howard Sterns last day on radio with live video from New York.

#35 by Warren Marshall
2005-12-16 15:40:42
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Meh.

Jesus Christ, that is unbelievably retarded! - lwf
#36 by schnee
2005-12-16 16:13:18
david@snowdesign.com
Happy Co-opted Pagan Holiday!

Pan is the Reason for the Season!

Yet another MP3 that Squeaky can't appreciate: xploding plastix - Treat Me Mean, I Need The Reputation
#37 by Sgt Hulka
2005-12-16 16:25:26
Yahoo is covering everything, no cutaway to commercials.. It's interesting to see this all happen live.

#38 by Penguinx
2005-12-16 16:47:47
Schnee, that was too fucking good.

#39 by Jibble
2005-12-16 18:19:12
Today's P-A is kind of funny.

With your plan they'd be all like "everyone with weasels in their pants thinks they're great dancers but they're not, they've just got weasels in their pants."

Blog. 220 lbs.  40 to go.
#40 by Ergo
2005-12-16 18:25:50
schnee--

Thanks for that link. That's of the funniest things I've read in quite a while.

Intaxication: Euphoria at getting a tax refund, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.
DVDs
#41 by Penguinx
2005-12-16 18:36:45
HAR! NSFW

HAR! HAR!

#42 by Penguinx
2005-12-16 18:43:31
What in the holy mother fuck? NSFW.

#43 by eggbert
2005-12-16 18:44:16
http://www.stuffresearch.com
Wow, someone paid $20,000 to be in a Penny Arcade strip? I know, charity, for a good cause, etc. but gotdamn that\'s a lot of money just for that.
#44 by Anonymous
2005-12-16 18:46:03
What's interesting about it? Watching Sheryl Crow lip-sync live?

#45 by Anonymous
2005-12-16 18:47:56
...that was for Hulka.

#46 by Penguinx
2005-12-16 19:11:14
Whole lotta uncanny valleys in this anime/CGI porn clip. Obviously NSFW.

#47 by Hugin
2005-12-16 20:33:00
lmccain@nber.org
The first 30 seconds of the Xpolding Plastix cut is great.  But then it goes on and does the same thing another 30 seconds.  Then it mixes things up a bit, but still feels a little "same-y".  it's a shame, I like the energy of the cut, I just wish they'd been more agressive about varying that underlying piano line (or whatever it is).
#48 by Sgt Hulka
2005-12-16 22:43:14
Oh yeah baby, I'm all over Sheryl Crow, got all her albums, wear her pajamas, wash her car, walk her dog.. yeah baby.. Crowism.. You go Sheryl... You go girl...

#49 by Jibble
2005-12-16 22:54:43
So uh...I guess Penguin's off work today...

With your plan they'd be all like "everyone with weasels in their pants thinks they're great dancers but they're not, they've just got weasels in their pants."

Blog. 220 lbs.  40 to go.
#50 by Your Friend
2005-12-16 22:57:02
I heard he got deported to Australia.

Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection,
The lovers, the dreamers, and me.
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