Everyone (and everything) needs therapy - or a hug, in the lead up to Christmas.
Awwwww...you gotta feel for them.
HA! That's adorable.
Oh, yes. That's very good. Wonder what they do during the 11 months they're not needed. Perhaps that's why they need therapy?
Elephant's Child; I think after Christmas would be better-there, there, it's all over now...Delores; yes, if only they could change...Susan; I thought you'd smile.Mimsie; it's a tough life, hanging on a tree for a month, then hiding in a cardboard box the rest of the year.
"The Secret Life of Christmas Ornaments" - a next Tim Burton blockbuster?
Hee, hee! This actually remined me of the time my mother-in-law gave my husband some undies as part of his Christmas gift. She couldn't read English that well, just chose the colous she liked for him. One of them had "Jingle Balls" written across the crotch and another had "Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe". Not really the sort of thing you'd imagine getting from your mum :-)
Along These Lines; Tim Burton is an author? film producer? I wonder what he would do with that idea? Marie; you obviously never met my mum. some of the things you'd get for Christmas would have you laughing so hard you'd almost miss Christmas lunch. She was a cheeky wench, when she wasn't being a sour face.