Living in a fantasy world and damn happy about it.
Its kind of freaky. All the other Santa's have jolly little faces. Not this one. He's some sort of Faceless Harbinger of Holiday Doom. Or something. It reminds me of a pleurant statue:
Have a spooky Christmas.
Ohmygosh!!! You must keep small children away from that!
Perhaps it is a comment on the essential emptiness of our holiday consumerist culture. Or perhaps it is meant to be interactive--we, the "reader," are to supply the missing "text." Sorry--just had a flashback to my class in lit theory.
LOL Alice!I think it's a perfectly cromulent Santa to adorn "SpookyRach's" parking space.
It reminds me of the Ghost of Christmas yet to come from Scrooge--you know the one with no face?
Ooohhh. Cromulent. Nice word, Reverndmother.I did consider inserting my own face there, Bad Alice. Decided against it pretty quickly. Wonder what the lit theory prof would say 'bout that?
faceless Santa waving howdy from on high that wouldn't be my favorite sight to start the day with! ha
There are others with faces. She did not show you them. AND sometimes it is over my space if I get there first. If we get here at the same time, we do the Khiva Shriner clown car turny thing. We are out of practice though. Can you tell I should be working but do not want to be?
Faceless Santa on a pole. Brings back memories of the small town fudge store owner, watching as the "City Employees" put up the Christmas decor. They'd used the same faded candles for decades.There is nothing better than small-town life.
You are so right, Kinseeker. Our "City Employees" keep putting up this same tired old greenery swag that reaches from one side of the street to the other. It is vaugely cool in a retro kind of a way. Until they light it at night. It has four remaining bulbs. Three on one side and one on the other. I can't figure out why they don't either replace the bulbs or quit lighting it at all!
Whoa, that guy needs a face. You should make it your mission to paste faces on those guys.
Hey! I know that guy. He said he was moving as far away from the hurricanes as his sleigh would take him!
Freaky, yet fun at the same time.
Cromulent -- I'm guessing Reverendmother is a Simpsons fan.As far as your Santa is concerned, I've always said Santa was the anticrhist's demon love child.
Looks like I commented up there at 8:23 and I don't remember saying that at all, or doing it...cue Twilight Zone music...have I stepped off into crazy-ville again?
I commented about not remembering my earlier comment and that comment has disappeared! What is happening???
Well, no. It was 8:23, but it was also six years ago. heh.
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