Red-olph the red nosed weasel had a very fakey nose and if you ever saw it you would even say, “What is that fake red thing you have on your nose? And if it isn’t fake shouldn’t you see a dermatologist about that?
All of the other weasels used to laugh at her that she sucked so bad at sports. They never picked poor Belette when the picking of teams for P.E. was enforced.
Then one bloggy Christmas Eve Santa came to Belette’s blog to comment: “Belette with your chasm of shoes, I have some really good news.”
Then the other weasels pondered, how did Belette finagle that. She went from having a crap year to seeming to bounce back.
I do have to fly. I have places to be tonight and before I make the big trip to my mother’s house I did want to wish you all a very happy holiday. Whether you will be visited by Santa Weasel, the Badger of Hanukkah, the Ermine of Kwanza or the Otter of Festivus, I hope that you have a Merry Mustelidi Festivity. And, no, that is not my real nose in the picture. But thanks for asking.
Oh, if you have nine minutes and want to see a weaselly version of the Christmas Carol, I give to you “The Christmas Weasel”. I think the weasel that plays Scrooge is particularly talented. One of my favorites lines: “Three spirits: Gin, Brandy and Rum” and for you vegetarians there is a mention of Tofurkey. I feel sure that this Christmas special will make you as “Merry as a school weasel”. And, Randal, there is a line in there about working in a library that I am sure you will enjoy.
Picture comes from here.