Monday, December 01, 2008

2 Down, 3 To Go

Single people hate the holidays. Well, normal ones do. There's always those holdouts who LOVE them. I avoid these people at all costs.

1. Halloween, no kids to steal candy from.

2. Thanksgiving, no gifts AND weight gain.

3. Christmas, I do not want the pity invitation so you will have someone to talk to your 400 year old grandfather. I'M NOT THAT OLD.

4. New Year's Eve, duh.

5. Valentine's Day, triple duh.

6. End of chat.

11 comments:

  1. Oh Suzy...you can come over here and spend it with me, no sweat...

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  2. I don't have to spend Xmas with old people, just boring ones.

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  3. I think Christmas is just an excuse for people with families to really rub it in. They probably wish they were single for the rest of the year though. Bastards.

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  4. I'm still at that stage *denial* where I like to pretend that the problem is just that MY options are low. As long as no one is stupid enough to burst that bubble everyone lives to choke down another fruitcake.

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  5. Who bothers stealing candy from kids- they get the low rent stuff with razor blades in it anyway- just buy your own. That's what I do.

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  6. Some of us hitched folk hate 'em too.

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  7. I'd invite you over, but then you'd hate me.

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  8. Some of us married types aren't crazy about holidays either.
    We had a very Happy Un-Thanksgiving this year.

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  9. I know how you feel about holidays. When I was single, which I was for a very long time, I really hated holidays. In fact, this year is the first year I can actually admit to being excited about holidays.

    Hang in there. It'll be summer soon, and then I'll take to griping and you can have fun! See? Trade.

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  10. I have been married for 11 years, but when I was single, I was one of those single people who liked the holidays...mostly. There is a little bit of depression associated with all holidays.

    Crazy like a fox...that's me.

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