Wednesday, December 27, 2006

2007 Resolutions



Polyman2's 10 2006 & 2007 Dream Resolutions
(at this age it's no fun being good)
(How to go to hell in a handbag) we go

1) Drink to excess.

2) Eat whatever, whenever I please.

3) Indulge in all the sins of the flesh.

4) Enjoy a good
cigar at will.

5) Enjoy a good
spliff at will.

6) View obsene and otherwise objectionial material often.

7) Listen t
o whatever-the-hell music I choose to at the moment.

8) The same goes with TV, in the likelihood that something in that vast electronic wasteland should ever catch my attention.

9) Have less patience with nitt witts, in a kind way of course.

10) Engage in serious dialogue with those of like mind and similar high IQ's.
HAPPY 2007!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

The Holiday Spriit

It is nameless

Knows no color
race, class
national boundries.

it hovers in

the hearts of men


beckoning them

to have heart
to feel


To live
Peace, harmony
& brotherhood.
Not just on December 25th
but everyday.
Merry Christmas
to all my friends
Merry Christmas
Bedford Falls
Love Polyman3

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

The Blur of Another Christmas Past

Poly with Ma & Pa Poly
& Poly sisters posing for annual Xmas card (circa 1965)

(Sorry for blur, but that's what my childhood was)
Aren't I cute as a button?

Santa Stats (Stolen from Humor Matters site)_____________

There are currently 78 people named S. Claus living in the U.S. -- and one Kriss Kringle.

(You gotta wonder about that one kid's parents)

December is the most popular month for nose jobs.

Weight of Santa's sleigh loaded with one Beanie Baby for every kid on earth: 333,333 tons.

Number of reindeer required to pull a 333,333-ton ssleigh: 214,206 -- plus Rudolph.

Average wage of a mall Santa: $11 an hour. With real beard: $20.

To deliver his gifts in one night, Santa would have to make 822.6 visits per second, sleighing at 3,000 times the speed of sound.At that speed, Santa and his reindeer would burst into flameinstantaneously.From

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

2nd Annual Poly's Holiday Post.

Yes Polyman,
There is a SantaChrist.

Behold: He has come
to shop.
He knows
everything must go!

It is written.

I will not use his name in vain.
I will not shop in vain.

I fear eternal damnation,
but I can also spot a great bargin.

Dear SantaChrist,
Please have commpassion on our wallets
pocketbooks & souls this holy season.
Let us be first at the clearance tables.

I now know he is real.
I see his presence all around
in the form of crude decorations
and plastic images.

and in the shopping malls
I see him atop wooden altars
surrounded by elves and angels,
and children
lost in innocent wanting
and adoration.

Thou art heavy!

My cup runneth over.