I am declaring myself officially done with Christmas decorations, mostly because I have reached my glitter threshold. This is probably wishful thinking, because every craft on Pinterest for Christmas has glitter in it, so I’m sure I’ll be suffering through it again, but for now, that’s all I can handle.
Also, I’ve noticed in the comments some sharing of your blog links. That’s fine– I don’t mind– but probably the best place to share them for more visibility is in the forum.
And speaking of the forum, let’s do a contest. (Click that for details.)
So, let’s see what fun you had in the comments this week…
Thanks, guys, for shitting on my cute little perfect pumpkin deviled eggs. Even a win is a fail here, somehow.
SarahKruse Yours kind of look like raw burger patties to me. Or brains….quite possibly brains.
I keed, I keed. If I neglect to make a joke at my expense, I’m glad you guys feel comfortable enough to do it for me.
You guys had a field day in the comments over on Pinterest on the corn casserole.
Robin Holland My exhusband liked to wonder aloud: “Why is it that no matter how much you chew, corn always comes out whole?”
Luckily, someone had an answer.
Leigh Voruz According to The Scoop On Poop, your teeth don’t break the casing, so your poop fills it up and it looks whole again.
Oh, I also learn so much about life reading your blog…
ehrw glehrtur! you know, they say glitter is the herps of the crafting world. enjoy!
My husband and I have a NO GLITTER policy in our house. Even it’s the cutest thing in the world, it’ll get the axe if it has glitter on it!! (This policy stemmed from my getting a single piece of glitter stuck to my eyeball in December 2010.)
SherriPate We have this policy too. That shit never leaves!
PamelaGold SherriPate You gals wanna enforce this with my mother-in-law??? Every fucking present comes packaged in glitter tissue paper…But joke’s on her. I’m gonna glitter bomb everything we get her for Christmas this year! mwahaha!
SherriPate I have a no Christmas tree tinsel rule and a no Easter basket rule in my house. Can’t get that shit off the carpet and find it for months.
My brother in law thought it would be cute to wrap our wedding gift in glittery paper. Four months later, the back seat of the car looks like Ke$ha threw a party.
After that explanation, I am not sure I can ever eat corn again…
I work at a craft store. It is impossible not to have glitter everywhere this time of year….and I do mean EVERYWHERE. Our Christmas decorations are not the glittery kind. However, our floor is glittery, our bed…my boobs…the list goes on.
Glitter is the herpes of the craft world, its the gift that keeps on giving.
The corn thing has nothing to do with teeth, your stomach doesn’t have the right bacteria to break down the casing around the corn, also after having worked in a craft store I agree with PaulaJean624 it is the herpes of the craft world, we would stock the Christmas ornaments and floral supplies and have glitter stuck to us until end of June just in time for the start of the Christmas shipments to start again in mid July.
Our daycare loves glitter. I left them a box of Ziploc bags. Everytime a craft with glitter happens they put it in the Ziploc for me and I mail it to the grandparents. It never even enters my house which is a glitter-free zone.