Friday, December 26, 2014

Friday Question: Ghosts of Christmas

To win a big plate of homemade double-butt waffles, name these ghosts of Christmas. Bonus waffles (with mold), if you know the rest of the gang.

Speaking of waffles, Frankenberry, put brunch together and boy, does it smell good. After we eat, we're headed to Staples to get him ink and long paper for 20% off. Hot dog.

Click Tim's Xmas Gifts to see the gaming gifts I got him.

Second brunch bell (Tim's mouth), just went off so I best get going. It's waffle time. Num, num, num.


20 comments:

  1. Easy peasy. That's Maurice and Lyda.

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    1. ...with Dana Scully peeking through the exit wound.

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    2. D'oh. That should be "Lydia"--dang auto-correct.

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    3. One of my favorite XFiles, we watch it every Christmas Eve. So fun.

      You really win waffles. So fun. Thanks for playing.

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  2. I try to stay away from ghosts! I listened to Tim Curry narrating A CHRISTMAS CAROL so I know the names of Dickens' 3 ghosts. May nothing haunt you this New Year!

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    1. How'd Curry do? I've not heard his take.

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  3. Yikes!!!

    Now I don't worry about my MRI Santa being gross (since I had so many requests for it, it's on the blog and at Facebook).

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    1. Cool beans. I look forward to seeing it later when I get onto Blogger.

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  4. Ghosts for Christmas, not for me. I have no ideas about those pictures. Now having someone else prepare a meal, sounds like fun.

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    1. So no zombies, either then, eh?

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  5. Haven't a clue. Oh, and I like Tim's printer. I thought ours was big!

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    1. Looks like a spaceship. So fun.

      Happy Christmas Weekend :-)

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  6. I really liked that X-Files episode!

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    1. Us too, we watch it each Christmas Eve.

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  7. Don't know any ghosts. Not in my circle of friends.

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  8. I did like that Christmas Carol book as a child.

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