Misplaced Carrot

Frosty the No-Man? Misplaced Carrot

Misplaced carrot
Misplaced carrot

Frosty, is that a carrot in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? Little Timmy has been at it again, now with the misplaced carrot. He knew better, and luckily he was caught when he was, Timmy was going in to get his rawhide marble sack next. When he’s not busy falling into wells, burning down barns, robbing liquor stores, Timmy can be found placing causing trouble anywhere and everywhere. Snowmen, like most things, aren’t safe, but perhaps regrding Frosty’s nose mom should be thankful Timmy didn’t raid her nightstand drawer, things may have been a lot more awkward.

Hat Carrot Coal

Hat Carrot Coal

Hat Carrot Coal
Hat Carrot Coal

That’s all that is left of Frosty the Snowman at Santa’s annual Christmas bash, hat carrot coal. Good times for all but Frosty. Seemed like such a good idea at the time, a hot tub party, but Frosty ought to have known better. He’d probably had way too much egg nog, although immediately after there were whispers that Frosty had been down on his luck lately after having been dumped by a Frostette the Snowlady. The cold, heartless bitch blew town with the Grinch, but little did she know that their destination was the Jamaica. Soon after landing, whatever of Frostette wasn’t already liquefied was served as snow cones to the children. Frosty hadn’t been the same since.

Nose job for Frosty

Nose job for Frosty

Nose job for Frosty
Nose job for Frosty

Nose job for Frosty? Poor mom, lol, how mortifying! I really don’t have anything to add aside from asking how come cartoon snowmen are always perfect and pristine, but real snowmen are all funky looking with dirt and rocks mixed in with the snow? And the thing from mom’s drawer, maybe that’s a, mmm, a lava lamp, yeah, that’s it, lava lamp. With batteries. And it shakes but gives off no light. Danged Chinese goods anymore. So what, does she wait until the kids go away on their next adventure then retrieve it? And does she put in back in her drawer, or does she put it in a bag, bury it deep in the trash then tell the boys when they ask that someone must have stolen it? The places my mind goes.