Saturday, November 24, 2007

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND CONTINUES.

I trust you all had a nice Thanksgiving?

L.A. seems surprisingly desolate the last few days. A lot of people must be out of the city. Good! Please don't come back! HEEHEE! Just kidding...or am I? And it's suddenly gotten chilly at night. Brrrrrrrrr! Well, I'm sure it's worse on the East Coast than it is here, but we Southern Californians get cold easily and quick. This is the kind of weather that makes ya just wanna bundle up and stay in bed! I realize that if I didn't have structure in my life, as in a JOB to go to, I'd be a real lazy bum, as evidenced by my behavior when I have days off like this.

So one major holiday down, and now onto Xmas. I suppose I'll put up a Xmas tree sometime soon, I just don't freakin' know when. U know what? I notice this is the time of year where we eat lots of Salvadoran Tamales at my house, due to my relatives' still lingering close ties to the old country. They're BIGGER and THICKER than the Mexican ones. Oh rapture! YOU DIRTY-MINDED SICKOS! Actually, I've heard lots of people tell me they don't really don't like 'em that much. I was raised on the stuff since childhood, so I like 'em with a nice roll of French Bread. DEELISH!

Everyone have a nice weekend. Don't overdo the Thanksgiving leftovers too much now, 'cause then it just gets kind of routine and gross after a while.

I love this video, and this song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Mrnoxfy8aw

UPDATE!!! HERE WE F*CKING GO AGAIN:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21949216/

7 comments:

Todd said...

I hate the cold. And last night it snowed here. The worst thing about cold weather is that you have to layer and then you have more laundry...

Palm Springs Savant said...

funny 'toon.

yeah my turkey day was good...glad its OVER tho. already sick of turkey!

Gledwood said...

Can you tell us 7 odd things about yourself? It is a tag... ha-haargh!!

;->...

Gary said...

Wat,
I was talking about this with my mom and dad who moved to Florida several years ago. Their blood has thinned and they have become like the folks we made fun of when I was little. I go there and jump in the pool and they are wearing sweaters and long pants.

More fires? Oh, no.

Ladron de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

After a dozen years in SF's little San Salvador I manage to have my share of tamales this and every part of the year. Belated happy holidays and steer clear of the lines of fire!

Scot said...

I don't mind them bigger and thicker. You'll have to share some tamales with me. Never had the Salvadorian kind. Of course there are 10 shops within 10 blocks of my house, but it's more fun if they're from a friend.

Hey, I've been following your blog for about a year now! Time flies Watbert. Time fllies.

Alice said...

I hope your Thanksgiving day was fun and relaxing. I'm not a big fan of turkey anyway - so one day of it is plenty for me. I'd rather have tamales, big or small, anytime.