The 12 Days of Christmas, P&Q Style


A man shouldn’t wear more jewelry than his momma. ~Mrs. Baracus, “The A-Team”

Ain't time for Christmas yet, fool!

My dear readers, I’m sick. Not sick enough to stay home from work and just sick enough to feel like the mickey’s been taken out of me, which is the worst kind of sick. I hate it worse than I hate reality shows, egg nog, and recipes featuring cottage cheese (don’t ask.) There’s not much I can do other than mope about and wish I were feeling happier, healthier and perkier. Then it hit me.
 
“Why not compose a filk song?” my little inner voice asked. “It’s been ages since you’ve done one and it always makes you feel a bit better.”
 
Who am I to argue with the inner voice? I’m on good speaking terms with all the voices in my head. I know it’s a bit early for Christmas and I know this is hokey as hell, but I’m sick, so just hang in there. I’m sure I’ll be able to cook up a better post within the next few days. And, dear readers, if you actually feel like buying me any of the items in the song, you know where to find me.
 
Everybody remember to sing along now in your finest falsetto!
 
On the first day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:
 
A van made by GMC.
 
 
On the second day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:
 
Two Converse shoes
 
 
And a van made by GMC.
 
On the third day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:
 
Three A-2s
 

Two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the fourth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Four mercenaries

Three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the fifth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Five gold chains

Four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the sixth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Six choppers flying

Five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the seventh day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Seven jeeps a-flipping

Six choppers flying, five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the eighth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Eight pistons pumping

Seven jeeps a-flipping, six choppers flying, five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the ninth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Nine socks a-chatting

Eight pistons pumping, seven jeeps a-flipping, six choppers flying, five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the tenth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Ten MPs chasing

Nine socks a-chatting, eight pistons pumping, seven jeeps a-flipping, six choppers flying, five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Eleven cigars blazing

Ten MPs chasing, nine socks a-chatting, eight pistons pumping, seven jeeps a-flipping, six choppers flying, five gold chains, four mercenaries, three A-2s, two Converse shoes, and a van made by GMC.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, P&Q gave to me:

Twelve solid hours of rest…and a cup of tea.

I did say I was sick, muchachos. I gotta get something actually useful out of all this, ya know. More to come on the holiday front…a lot more.

Faceman, gimme another shot of 'Tussin, wouldja?

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~ by Howlin' Mad Heather on December 5, 2011.

2 Responses to “The 12 Days of Christmas, P&Q Style”

  1. I love this post! I usually hate that song, but with your lyrics, it is much more tolerable.

  2. That’s great! I love the socks chatting 🙂

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