Monday, December 17, 2007

A Bad Day at the Manger

Photo by Melanie, Revisionist History by Eleanora Kay

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14 comments:

Veronica Mitchell said...

Maybe the T-Rex just wanted to play him a song. On a drum made from the head of wise man.

Melanie said...

Exactly. "I am a poor Rex, too...Pa rump, a, pum, pum..."

I like that the angels and wise men had sense enough to get the heck out of there.

Professor J said...

See! I told you dinosaurs coexisted with human beings and that Jesus existed at the beginning of the world. Why doesn't anyone listen to me?

Lisa Milton said...

You just brought the silliest smile to my face - thank you.

Family Adventure said...

ROTFLMAO!

Thank YOU!

Heidi

Mary said...

Now that's funny!

Sue said...

Bwa-ha ha ha ha! Veronica pointed me over here. Our nativity has suffered similar atrocities. Thanks for the laugh, tee hee.

Mrs. G. said...

RUN, baby Jesus, RRRUUUUNNNN!!

Jurassic Park IV: The Savior WAS born

Tootsie Farklepants said...

AHHAHAHAHAHA!!! I love how they're fleeing and left the baby Jesus behind. This is way too funny!

Melanie said...

Thanks, all, but I can't take any credit for the funny.

G: I tried and tried to come up with a Jurassic Park joke. Well done. I can just hear the Movie Preview Guy solemnly intoning that title.

BipolarLawyerCook said...

I laughed my butt off at the picture, commented over at FlickR, and just lost it again reading Mrs. G's comment. I still think this should be your blog header for the rest of the month.

Nora Bee said...

E! True Hollywood Story: The Christmas Story.

:-)

holly said...

well, really, this is before the invention of reindeers...

baby jesus had to get the presents delivered *somehow*.

wait, am i getting some part of this wrong?

Melissa said...

I found your blog looking for the Putz Christmas Village (success I might add!), but I have had a fabulous time browsing too.

At one point this past Christmas our nativity characters apparently took a side trip to Neverland with the angel as Peter Pan, Mary as Wendy, Joseph as John, and baby Jesus as Michael. It was really quite funny to eavesdrop on.