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0649: Christmas Special in Father Christmas 27th May, 2021
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0649: Christmas Special
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Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
I hope you enjoyed Christmas in May. :)
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Jeremy7
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Jeremy7
Now we need Halloween in April.

WALPURGIS NIGHT!
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Honestly, the weather is so crazy lately where I am, it might as well be Christmas in May and Halloween in April!
Microraptor
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Microraptor
Now I know how the Australians must feel every Christmas! :-P
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Barbecue on Christmas morning does sound pretty great, not gonna lie
anonymous coward (Guest)
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I've heard there are Canadians who do that anyway, no matter the weather. There are saner options for saner peoples who want to do the same.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
I think Canadians are better equipped for it than many other people to be fair, here in England we barely know how to deal with half an inch of snow so we'd never manage it
anonymous coward (Guest)
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One of my acquaintances has a cheap flat with a cheap, concrete balcony. This does not qualify according to Texan standards barbecuing (which apparently involves wood smoking with hickory and such), but he's got mosquito netting around the edges of the balcony and a propane-fueled, standing, covered grill on it. This is one of the saner options that's useful for the mildly poor. If my balcony weren't full of covered up bicycles and motorcycles I'd do the same.
anonymous coward (Guest)
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There's mindless, and then there's this. No shoes on the couch, and can't he at least find something with pretty animal pictures and David Attenborough's soothing voice to sprawl out to?

It's better than at the normal time, because there's usually too bloody much of it then.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Nah, for Seth to switch his brain off, no education, only pure trash

And yeah, their sofa is disgusting, they don't have the same sofa rules Anna has...
anonymous coward (Guest)
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If Attenborough fluff counts as educational to these two I shudder to think of what they consider as mind poison. Or are they already watching it?
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Already watching it baybeeee! I invented Blind Date Wars to basically be my personal worst show ever but I guarantee something with a similar premise does exist, I just deliberately haven't gone looking for it
Matt Jones
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Wasn't there a show like that on in the US around a decade ago? But it was like a mixture of Blind Date and Wife Swap? It was weird, I do remember that.

Also, if they really want mindless, trashy, Maury Povich or Jerry Springer is the way to go. Entertaining in a bad way, no need to use your brain in a good way. It is my secret white trashiness showing through when I watch those.
anonymous coward (Guest)
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I've been told that at least some of the Jerry Springer "guests" are actually actors who only pretend to be that stupid and trashy. When I was told this, I asked, "Why would I want or need to know that?" Summarizing, the reason is that apparently it's important for me to know that people who are that spectacularly stupid are so vanishingly rare that Jerry Springer has to fake them. I was further informed most genuine stupidity is quieter, and usually keeps to itself to avoid being mocked or shamed, like neo-nazis.

That idea, that a lot of the idiocy seen on reality television shows is faked up for the camera, just figures though. Doesn't it?
Matt Jones
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It really does seem faked. But that's American TV for you!