Yesterday I was listening to a radio station that played that lovely Christmas song, Jingle Bells, which was barked by dogs instead of humans singing. They said it was the worst holiday song ever made, and I was insulted. It happens to be this dog's favorite Christmas music, and my humans love it too. I turned off the station before they could criticize Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer. What is next? Are they going to say that "Grandma Will Get Parolled for Christmas"", or the classic Santa, Please Bring me a New Pickup Truck or a Reasonably Good Used One" are all bad music? There are some things that one expects in order to have a good holiday season. Next you'll hear someone suggest that the movie, A Christmas Story, have Ralphie asking for some hankerchiefs for Christmas instead of the Red Ryder BB Gun that has a compass in the stock and a thing that tells time. It will sound so lame when his mother says, "no Ralphie, you'll wipe your eye out with that handkerchief. At least he wouldn't be asking for a tutu and dancing his eyes out...or will he? Will he ask to wear the rabbit suit to school so all his classmates can see him in it? Perhaps he would like to have a stick for Christmas so he can poke out his eye out the old fashioned, pre-gun way. In our politically correct.non-violent society in which children cannot ever fail at anything they do, Santa could give him one of those flowers that shoots water in the practical joke area of the store, and he will drown his eye out with it. Thus proving that Ralphie cannot win even in today's modern world. Of course, that is assuming the tree does not attack him before Christmas even arrives. Enjoy the holidays and listen to the dogs barking Jingle Bells. In my opinion, it is the best holiday song ever recorded.
Demon Flash Bandit (Recommending Holiday Music)