A Fangsgiving Miracle

21 Nov

I am still trying to hold on to Halloween. Mostly because I’m not a big Thanksgiving fan.

I mean I love having a day dedicated to being thankful. I get to see my family… but I really cannot standΒ cornucopias.

And I am always afraid their little coned shaped wicker horn is going to show up and provide my day of thankfulness with a serious visual blight.

So I suggest a new jazzy holiday. One that combines the sheer magic of Halloween and the thankfulness of Thanksgiving:

And see you still get all the best parts of the holidays… spooky scary things and food! The best part is that the cornucopia must check itself at the door.

And you can party safely without the fear of that horn of plenty getting in your way.

β™₯Lauren

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4 Responses to “A Fangsgiving Miracle”

  1. Sandee November 21, 2012 at 3:19 pm #

    You’re a ghoul — I’m mean — a girl after my own heart — I hate Thanksgiving and still have my Halloween decorations up — skulls, webs, bats, rats, tombstones, sparkly pumpkins, ghouls, framed pictures of Frankenstein, a bloody ax hanging on the wall — I’m insane! And tonight I’m watching Carnival of Souls!

    • Viciously Sweet November 21, 2012 at 3:48 pm #

      Sounds fun. I may call on you to decorate my house someday. I actually still have up some bats from Halloween… but I also have some Christmas ornaments on display. I’m pretty much into any and every holiday… but Thanksgiving. I blame the lack of cool decorations! I mean it’s not even as cool as Flag Day…

      Have more than fun being ghoulish ;)

  2. Jen and Tonic November 22, 2012 at 2:36 pm #

    Here’s a reason to be a fan of thanksgiving: I was born on thanksgiving day in 1981. GOBBLE GOBBLE

    • Viciously Sweet November 26, 2012 at 8:25 am #

      OMG. Happy Birthday! I am so thankful for Jen btw. You are amazing, and I’m so happy the internet let us find eachother!

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