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Post by DATo » 02 Dec 2015, 03:56

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DATo wrote:You deserve it Huey. Last month I had to wear a turkey on my head because it was November (Thanksgiving month), I propose that you be Santa Claus to commemorate your reign as December MOTM! [:- )
What about in February?! :shock:
Since February is the month which includes Valentine Day I propose that the February MOTM wear a heart costume - like a big pink heart with pink leotards sticking out of the bottom ... and .... and .... and .... Bighuey's bear head too. Sorry. Sometimes my sense of creativity wanders down surrealistic paths. :occasion-clown:
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Post by Gravy » 02 Dec 2015, 04:01

DATo wrote:
Graverobber wrote:
DATo wrote:You deserve it Huey. Last month I had to wear a turkey on my head because it was November (Thanksgiving month), I propose that you be Santa Claus to commemorate your reign as December MOTM! [:- )
What about in February?! :shock:
Since February is the month which includes Valentine Day I propose that the February MOTM wear a heart costume - like a big pink heart with pink leotards sticking out of the bottom ... and .... and .... and .... Bighuey's bear head too. Sorry. Sometimes my sense of creativity wanders down surrealistic paths. :occasion-clown:
Whew! I thought you'd suggest they dress as Cupid :lol:
Hopefully January can get by without having to play Baby New Year! :laughing-rolling:
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Post by rssllue » 02 Dec 2015, 08:32

Bighuey wrote:Thanks guys. This is a big surprise to me, I really feel honored. You guys must have really gone back to see my old posts. Ive gone back to look at them at times, but found some of them to be kind of silly. But its been great fun as silliness can be. Again thank you.
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Post by bookowlie » 03 Dec 2015, 00:16

What about in February?! :shock:[/quote]

Since February is the month which includes Valentine Day I propose that the February MOTM wear a heart costume - like a big pink heart with pink leotards sticking out of the bottom ... and .... and .... and .... Bighuey's bear head too. Sorry. Sometimes my sense of creativity wanders down surrealistic paths. :occasion-clown: [/quote]

Whew! I thought you'd suggest they dress as Cupid :lol:
Hopefully January can get by without having to play Baby New Year! :laughing-rolling:[/quote]

I also thought of Cupid for February. Of course, March will have to be a leprechuan. :D
As for our dear Bighuey, a Santa hat, elf hat, or even reindeer clip-on nose would suffice. :lol: Then we can take turns riding around the sleigh while he goes down the chimneys on Christmas eve. The OBC rules state that an OBC member has to watch the sleigh while the December MOTM goes down each chimney.
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Post by Gravy » 03 Dec 2015, 00:36

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Post by DATo » 03 Dec 2015, 02:41

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Post by Bighuey » 03 Dec 2015, 09:36

I dont think that would work nowdays. I could probably fit down an old-fashioned fireplace chimney, but I doubt I could fit down a 5 or 6 inch natural gas furnace stovepipe. Kids without fireplaces would be SOL.
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Post by hsimone » 03 Dec 2015, 17:03

Congratulations, Bighuey!! This is a fun month to be MOTM! I love Christmas hats. I mean, of course, turkeys are pretty awesome too, but there is something about not getting salmonella that is really appealing ;).

Congrats again! Enjoy your month!! :dance:
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Post by rssllue » 03 Dec 2015, 22:11

This thread might be slipping off the snow-covered roof if you know what I mean. :roll:
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Post by Callie45 » 03 Dec 2015, 22:15

Congratulations. That is a huge accomplishment. I can't wait to get started but I have a lot of work to do to even think about being as active as you. Thanks for the motiviation

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Post by Gravy » 04 Dec 2015, 06:28

Did someone say "snow"? :mrgreen:
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Post by Levi » 04 Dec 2015, 07:43

Congrats Bighuey. We shall now call you clan of the cave bear head?
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Post by Bighuey » 04 Dec 2015, 09:55

Thats as good as name as any. Call me anything you want as long as its not late for dinner.

Gravy, four letter foul words like s--w are not allowed here.
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Post by rssllue » 05 Dec 2015, 06:15

You are banning snow? Snow?! SNOW?! SNOW?!!!! :shock: This can't be. :snooty:
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Post by Bighuey » 05 Dec 2015, 09:46

Believe it. Let the skiers and ice skaters have it, Ill take this desert country anytime. :occasion-snowman:
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