Monday, December 27, 2010

Nuttin Honey.....











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Here's some early 'Holiday Cheer' for ya!!
I just love that 1st Cartoon...hahahahaha!
Peace...!!!




17 comments:

Serena said...

LOL! You outdid yourself on the funnies today. Happy Early Holiday Cheer to 'ya.

Brian Miller said...

nyuck nyuck...thanks for the smiles G! partying like i am 9...lol

clean and crazy said...

yeah i am that control freak!! sometimes!! great posts, not doing anything this year, just a homebody, no need to stay up late, just be with my family..

Shadow said...

hey galen, i hope the holidays have treated you well! thanks for the giggles...

Boonie S said...

Most amusing. Happy holiday to you.

All the best, Boonie

Akelamalu said...

Those cheered me! :)

the walking man said...

Das muss ein Scherz sein Detroit.

Lassen Sie sich nicht auf neue Jahre, die ich betrunken bin sicher, es gibt viele Mädels hier, dass ein Küßchen

5thsister said...

That last one is so me! I'm not a late night partier for sure! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

Someone Is Special said...

G-Man, Here is a sweet dedication for you.. I Celebrate 150

Wish you a very happy New Year 2011...

--Someone is Special--

lime said...

i'm all about the last one you've got posted here.

Eric Alder said...

I may or may not see 2011 arrive at midnight, depending on what time I feel like going to bed that night.

(I don't go out on amateur nights)

Mama Zen said...

The fourth one is my favorite!

Dulce said...

yeah... 4th is my fave too
:)
So you are having a great time hummm'

moondustwriter said...

you always find the greatest funnies (well I could have said funniest)

Nice for the year end

are you gonna party like its 11?

RNSANE said...

Thank you, Galen, for these. I hadn't had a thing to laugh about yet today!

Kerry O'Connor said...

Excellent share. I loved the second one...

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