Back in December I asked you foolios to send over your address and you’d get a ThoughtsFromParis holiday card. Shockingly some of you actually provided me with where you live.
By the way, to the one hot chick from Yuma that only gave me her P.O. Box, it’s been a pain in the ass hanging out at the post office waiting for you to come by. Seriously.
Without more to say, here is the 2012 ThoughtsFromParis holiday card.
13 thoughts on “Behold the ThoughtsFromParis 2012 Holiday Card”
Dominique Goh says:
Happy 2013 to you too..love your picture.
D.J. Paris says:
Quirky Chrissy says:
Love this. If I had been reading you back in December, I surely would have requested one! Next year. Next year. 🙂
D.J. Paris says:
I can only imagine what yours looks like. You must send me one next year. I demand it!
Your shitload of meerkats just put my footie pajama pictures to shame. Also, happy to see you went with the full shitload as opposed to just one. Because one meerkat wouldn’t have been nearly as Christmas-y.
Thank you. I love the quirkiness. It appeals to my sense of humor.
Hi DJ! Thanks for the card – it arrived yesterday while I was at work.
Husband texted me: ‘You got a card with no return address,’
My reply: ‘It’s probably an ad. Open it.”
He sent me a picture of it.
‘Lolz!’ I wrote back. ‘That’s a weird internet thing that I signed up for.’ Heh heh. I am the more free-spirited of the two of us.
Did I miss the part where you gave us an address to send your card to, or are we using the intertubes to send a virtual card?
Vinny C says:
Yes, I admit, I laughed out loud when I say this.
Natalie the Singingfool says:
When I showed my husband the card, he just shook his head. He doesn’t understand why I have to give internet strangers our home address, when I think it’s pretty obvious.
I must have been snowballing at Jackson Hole Wyoming and missed that post. What I’d do for a shitload of meerkats…
Maybe next year.
I love it! Missed that post when you asked your readers for addresses to receive a card. Also, alas, I still have no address.
Julie DeNeen says:
You are a freak.
And yet somehow- that’s a likable thing.
I must have missed the memo because the meerkat never made it to my house. Oh well. There’s always next year.
Debbie McCormick says:
I would so love to get a card like that. It’s funny, yet disturbing, and would definitely make it to the “Save card” folder. And trust me when I say this folder has very stringent rules.