Monday, December 26, 2011

BAM-BAM Boxing Day!

Ok. I know it's not about boxing but I couldn't resist.  

Hubby, Cat, Evil Twin and I had a nice Christmas.  We are tired from all the preparations and the visiting but we are exhausted from all the EATING!  You've heard the expression "Don't eat until you're full.  Eat until you're tired?"  Well, that's what we did.  Burp.  BURP!

My compliments to the chef.

At one of our gatherings, I channeled Evil Twin and zombied this poor cookie:

Oreo Cat hid from our guests, the Silly Beast.  He's usually very playful but just like a little kid, he got all shy when you wanted him to shine.

I'm sorry I never finished shopping for you guys.  Actually, I never started but a friend of mine found something that would be great for all of you.  Oreo Cat is very pleased with this selection:

Happy Toasting!  That's right.  Some people find Jesus or Mary on their toast.  You will easily spot  a cat on yours, every time!  Watch out for hairballs.

Toast your bread, toast your tootsies, and most of all, toast the New Year.  Remember it may be the last year for life as we know it.   Evil Twin said the world will end in 1982.  I didn't have the heart to tell her that it's actually going to be 1992.  Sheesh.

Hee Hee.


Deb said...

Purrrfect toaster! I ordered one for NutJob to give her a daily dose of freak out when she sees a cat on her toast!

Belle said...

Your cookie looks quite pissed off. Hope it had a good Christmas. Love the toaster!

Lost_without_a_Map said...

Hey, I have a toaster very similar to that one, except mine is called 'Bad Kitty'. It attacks you as you try and grab your toast...a good way to get a bit of exercise in the morning - running from your toaster. =/

ReformingGeek said...

@Deb - Mew. I hope Nutjob likes his toaster. Hee Hee.

@Belle - My poor cookie. It started so well. Happy toasting!

@Lost - Oh my. I think I would have beat that toaster into submission!

Unknown said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! that is one scary looking cookie. And I've never met a cookie I didn't like.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the world of parenthood! Ha! "got all shy"


And who doesn't need a zombie cookie or two to deal with the embarrassment? hee hee


Oreo cat had the right idea. If you MUST invite them in, have a nice place to hide until they leave.

Mike said...

Happy New Year! That's not exactly the New Years Toast I was looking forward to! lol

ReformingGeek said...

@Lauren - Merry New Year and Happy Christmas! Oops. I think the cookie went to a happy place so maybe it isn't quite so scary anymore.

@Quirky - Silly cat. He had a chance to be the star of the show.

@Beau's Mom - We don't usually have to hide. It's too bad the cat doesn't get this.

@Otin - Thanks! What? You wanted a different kind? How about rye?

Suzanne said...

I'm definately making Zombie cookies next year. That is if we are all still here.

Ed said...

But what if you put the cat in that toaster? What then?

Rob-bear said...

Cat in a toaster? That is pretty weird. The kind of thing that a cat would do (dogs are much more sensible).

Glad you've survived the transition from last year to this one.

Blessings and Bear hugs though 2012.

I Wonder Wye said...

I adore anything 'hello kitty' -- bought my niece a matte black hk compact and think I must get one myself...

"1.00s, 1.50s, 1.75s for the short arms. If you know what I'm talking about, you're probably old, too."

"Boomer brain fog: What was the last, middle, and first part of what you just said to me?"