Now, before you read this, make sure you take a gander at MJ's most recent post. Evidently, Mr. TJB has left the breakroom, where's been chain smoking for the last year while weeping about the new nylon styling capes that Donna picked out, and posed for the camera with his Christmas tree. Aren't they fab?
Well, now on to today's business.
Cookie is in the giving mood and once again. Cookie gives, and gives, and gives, and gives, and all does anyone notice?
No. They just grab take out from No.1 Chinese Restaurant next door without thinking of Cookie. And Cookie would love an egg roll.
No, they only notice when Norma is giving "gratification" to the man to whom Norma has just given a 1970s perm. It's a monkey on his back that we were hoping Norma would shake by now.
Anyway, this Christmas, I am giving you all the gift of a domain name:
I had hoped to get it boxed, like Proust, but the GoDaddy doesn't wrap.
Your links should still work, but you may notice that they redirect to this new address. Remember, that is THE Hair Hall of Fame dot com. I had to use THE in the address because some miscreant stole "hairhalloffame" before we got to it. Bastard.
Do not panic - www.thehairhalloffame.com address is OURS.
I repeat for those of you who can't put your Candy Crush Saga down long enough to read this mistletoe missive, your only job is DO NOT PANIC.
Do not panic, even if MJ accidentally burns you with the hair iron. If you feel the need to panic, then get a hold of Felix and he will talk you down off the ledge.
In other gifts, we give you this simple idea, modeled by Donna Lethal and created in 1969 by Muscato when he was all of six. Jason added the trimmings. Mr. Peenee stole the gold chains from the pawn shop next door, but he finds as garish as gumball machine trinkets.
We seem to have a two members who have gone AWOL this holiday season. That Mean Dirty Pirate must be ship wrecked, and he's taken Lucite Box! Il Duce will just have to go and find him.
Before you leave for the evening, remember that Kabuki Zero is dressed in swaddling clothes center stage in our holiday creche. Kabuki asks that you place a $20 tip upon his tummy when you leave. Why?
Because Kabuki, like the baby Jesus, saves.
From all of us to all of you, Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings, Happy Yule or "We can go out for good Chinese and not have to wait in lines" night.