The children — real and young at heart — are going to love this one. With a little bit of bread and a whole lot of guacamole, you can make Grinch Sandwiches. Just don't let it sit out too long, or he's going to look mean and nasty. — Junk Food Blog
Tis' the season to be shopping. Sure you'll get some great gifts later this month, but these are must haves for right now.
Not feeling the holiday spirit? Wish to spread your gloom to others by creating uncomfortable tension through awkward outbursts and unnecessary rudeness? Well, have we got the list for you! Here are twenty ways to get your Grinch on this holiday season:
IN THE COMMUNITY
• 1: Give the Salvation Army a dollar -- if it promises to "lay off the damned bells for a stinkin' minute!"
• 2: Knock over the neighborhood kids' snowman because ... well, just because. The world's a harsh place -- they might as well learn that now.
• 3: Roadways and store parking lots at Christmastime are sites of the most abhorrent treatment of our fellow man outside of war. Giving motorists the finger does not guarantee a safe merge.
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
• 4: Mash under the mistletoe, early and often!
• 5: Scream at your already-crying kids in the toy aisle, "Shut up -- it's not for you!!!"
• 6: At your in-laws' holiday dinner, beg them to pull out your spouse's wackiest childhood photos. Then stash a couple for later blackmail purposes.
• 7: When Aunt Wilma arrives at the party carrying her antler-wearing toy poodle, tell her that she and the pooch are starting to look more alike.
• 8: Regift back to the original giver. On purpose.
AT THE OFFICE
• 9: At your desk, put up an obnoxious musical display, reindeer dancing around a tree or a Santa with the nose you push to play "Jingle Bells."
• 10: Give the boss a gift in front of your co-workers, who will fire off vicious e-mails to each other about what a little suckup you are -- while thinking to themselves, "Why didn't I do that?"
• 11: For the Secret Santa gift exchange, pick up some lacy "sweet nothings" for your colleague in the next cubicle. Then wait for the call from Human Resources.
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