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Old 12-19-2005, 04:30 PM   #1
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Dear Santa

Back by popular demand - Dear Santa. Write your letter here:

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Old 12-19-2005, 05:36 PM   #2
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LOL....that was a fun way to kill 10 minutes!

Apparently, I've driven my tractor into my neighbor's porch. As a result, I've been arrested for Aggravated Assault (how could I be aggravated if I was asleep at the time?). Not a big deal, though, because my bail is only 34 dollars.

I wish I could remember that night!

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Old 12-19-2005, 05:41 PM   #3
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Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl.
It really wasn't my fault what happened at cac's Office party. It was gary who spiked the punch with too much wine. I can't help it if I drank 7 glasses. It was so good---smelled and tasted just like fresh cut grass.
I thought it was funny when I put karroll's undershirt on my head and danced the waltz on the couch while singing `Layla'. I didn't mean to break cac's computer and don't know why cac would accuse me of murder.
I don't remember calling bill's wife a sleazy cow---even though she looked like one with blue eye shadow and green lipstick!
And when I threw up on bernadette's husband's bicep, it was only because I ate too much of that cheese.
After all that fun, I admit I was a little tired. So I fell asleep on my way home and drove my jeep through my neighbor's porch. I don't think that was any reason for my neighbor to call me a moronic cat and have me arrested for theft! So, Santa...here I sit in my jail cell on Christmas Eve, all easy and big. And I'm really not to blame for any of this weird stuff. Please bring me what I want the most---bail money!

Sincerely and slowly yours,
mudbug (Really a nice girl!) P.S. It's only 10 bucks!</B>
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Old 12-19-2005, 05:49 PM   #4
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A moronic cat?
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Old 12-19-2005, 05:52 PM   #5
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actually, I'm more like a slightly challenged cat. I usually land on three paws.
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Old 12-19-2005, 06:12 PM   #6
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actually, I'm more like a slightly challenged cat. I usually land on three paws.
While singing "Layla." Thanks, Mud. I should go back, do it again (ugh) & paste mine here.
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Old 12-19-2005, 07:36 PM   #7
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Dear Santa,
I have been a good Girl.
It really wasn't my fault what happened at LeeAnn's Office party. It was Toni who spiked the punch with too much Kaluha and Cream. I can't help it if I drank 22 glasses. It was so good---smelled and tasted just like vanilla.
I thought it was funny when I put Cheryl's sock on my head and danced the hula on the sofa while singing `Seasons in the sun'. I didn't mean to break LeeAnn's razon and don't know why LeeAnn would accuse me of theft.
I don't remember calling Rob's wife a sweet piglet---even though she looked like one with blue eye shadow and green lipstick!
And when I threw up on Beth's husband's toenail, it was only because I ate too much of that apple pie.
After all that fun, I admit I was a little tired. So I fell asleep on my way home and drove my Chevy Colorado through my neighbor's front steps. I don't think that was any reason for my neighbor to call me a sour kitty cat and have me arrested for Bank robbery! So, Santa...here I sit in my jail cell on Christmas Eve, all tiny tiny and Giant. And I'm really not to blame for any of this cranky stuff. Please bring me what I want the most---bail money!

Sincerely and slowly yours,
Trish (Really a nice Girl!) P.S. It's only 333 bucks!
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(attention: the following statements are ENTIRELY FICTIONAL)

pds...I happen to know that Rob's wife IS a sweet piglet...and a MIGHTY fine one at that. After downing 22 kaluhas, I would have been all over her!


...you're not to blame.

The judge must have been cranky, though...setting your bail so high.


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pds...I happen to know that Rob's wife IS a sweet piglet...and a MIGHTY fine one at that. After downing 22 kaluhas, I would have been all over her!


...you're not to blame.

The judge must have been cranky, though...setting your bail so high.


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LOLOL! She's sweet.. but I don't think she's a piglet.
The judge was a brat! heheheheh!
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Old 12-19-2005, 10:23 PM   #10
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Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl.
It really wasn't my fault what happened at Christi's Office party. It was Patricia who spiked the punch with too much Midori Sour. I can't help it if I drank 6 glasses. It was so good---smelled and tasted just like cinnamon.
I thought it was funny when I put Melma's blouse on my head and danced the Macarena on the computer chair while singing `The Lion Sleeps Tonight'. I didn't mean to break Christi's scientific calculator and don't know why Christi would accuse me of breaking and entering.
I don't remember calling Caroll's wife a lovely cow---even though she looked like one with peacock blue eye shadow and scarlet lipstick!
And when I threw up on Dana's husband's arm, it was only because I ate too much of that tostada.
After all that fun, I admit I was a little tired. So I fell asleep on my way home and drove my Ford Mustang through my neighbor's kitchen. I don't think that was any reason for my neighbor to call me a flabby guinea pig and have me arrested for identity theft! So, Santa...here I sit in my jail cell on Christmas Eve, all rotund and purple. And I'm really not to blame for any of this active stuff. Please bring me what I want the most---bail money!

Sincerely and quickly yours,
Barbara (Really a nice girl!) P.S. It's only 5 bucks!</B>
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Oh goodness! Caroll is my pastor and his wife is our Sunday School teacher! LOL

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