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Penny Arcade's Child's Play Charity Approaches 250,000 Dollars!

Friday, December 16, 2005 by Geoff

Created by Penny Arcade, no "Administrative Fees" or other nonsense is collected; all gifts and donations go directly to the hospitals for distribution to sick kids. This is what the holiday spirit is really about. Digg this and spread awareness!

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Man gets $15000 Christmas present for leaving car unlocked.

by Geoff

Depressed and dejected, an anonymous donor left an engagement ring with a note reading: "Merry Christmas. Thank you for leaving your car door unlocked. Instead of stealing your car I gave you a present. Hopefully this will land in the hands of someone you love, for my love is gone now. Merry Christmas to you."

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Wednesday, December 14, 2005 by Geoff

Merry Christmas!

Here it is, as promised, an early Christmas gift. According to my "Christmas arrives in . . ." widget, I am about 10 days early. Who the hell gives a fudge. And the gift? It is, drum roll please . . .

"Donald's Snow Fight" circa 19 friggin 42.

If you've seen this before you know what all the hype is about. If you haven't ? Well, I hope god, jesus, and the HS has mercy on your soulless soul. I will tell you what all the hype be about. Running at about 6 minutes, this short featuring Donald Duck, and his nephews: Huey, Dewey, and Louie, depict an epic, winner takes all, snowball death match. In short, Donald acts like a dick towards his fam. The 3 boys are fed up with his shit and I mean fed up. At one point they create a death trap of a snowman, Donald was lucky as hell to come out alive. This cartoon contains all the elements of a classic: fire tipped arrows, snowball-ice-missles, and a giant boat, made in seconds, out of ice.

Link to the page containing link

Direct link to video

Make sure to save it on your computer.


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by Geoff

Christmastime + Work = No.

Tomorrow is my company's Christmas, err, Holiday party. I really don't feel like going, I'm not anti-social, really. I just don't feel like talking to, or humoring or listening to people that I really don't like to talk to, humor, or listen to. The only reason I'm going is my girlfriend, she works for the same company. Different department, same company. She wants to go.

She has been working for said company well over a year. I have been here for a 9 months ( I just counted that on my fingers). I went to last years party, as her date. Nobody knew who I was, that was good. What was bad . . .Well, not bad. What was freakin' craptacular about last year was the entertainment. It consisted of a 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th . . . a 9th rate comedian/entertainer; the most atrocious thing I have witnessed in person. Think of a comedian who opens up with the joke, "I just flew in, and boy are my arms tired (end quote). He didn't use it in a ironic, yea I know this is a cliche, type of way. That was as good as his shit was going to get. Then follow up that act with 2 employees, a husband-wife duo, a singing duo to be exact, a singing/acting duo to be really exact. They acted out scenes from a Charlie Brown Christmas and sang songs inspired by the same show. Luckily, since I didn't know anyone last year I got up and walked out during the live action theater (pronounce theeee-ater).

This year, on paper, the crap fest doesn't seem quite as bad. No comedian. No husband-wife flying duo. This year there will be a "DJ," blah. My best bet, we will hear classic Christmas cuts, nothing more nothing less(I'm not blahing the christmas music, I'm blahing the term DJ they used in the invitation. As a DJ, I think I will be offended by this DJ). The worse thing this year though, people will know who I am and they will try to talk to me. Especially creepy people, creepy people with deformed extremities.

On the bright side there is a good chance of snow, ice, and sleet tomorrow afternoon. I'm hoping the shin-dig is cancelled.

Anyone else have a company/office holiday party they are look forward too?

Also, tune in later tonight for a early christmas gift I found on the good ol' net of inter.

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Tuesday, December 13, 2005 by Geoff

More Christmas Stuff

You'll Shoot your eye out; by bunnies.

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by Geoff

Letters to Santa

I'm going to be searching the internet for letters to Santa.
So far I found this site, AI.com, everything Alabama.

Edit: Heres another, Letter's to Santa page, it features scanned copies of the original letters. I think they are all from the 50's.

In this letter, this 16 year old, yes a bit old but its fun to believe(actually the page features several letters from people who would be deemed too old. So, I'm not really sure what the deal is.), seems a bit confused about the size of his person.

Dear Santa

I would like to get some shoes size 81/2 and some pants size 32 and shirt size 3XL

From: Charles
Age: 16

HA-haaa (c) Jay Sherman

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Monday, December 12, 2005 by Geoff

The Bumble is Lost

My Bumble, like the Bumble seen here with his friends, is missing. He was last seen January 2005 while putting the Christmas decorations away. More specifically, the Christmas stuffed animals. My family has a tradition, each year we buy a new Christmas stuff animal to add to our Christmas stuff animal collection. The Bumble was the Christmas of 2002 addition. We don't have many leads, or clues to his whereabouts. There are rumors that he was removed from the Christmas stuffed-animal put-away-in-the-closet-bag because he was ripping a hole in the bag because of his hard rubber features, such as his claws, on both hands and feet and his face. If you or anyone you know has any clues or tips the Bumble's whereabouts please, let me know.

Remember, Bumbles Bounce.

In other news, Busty LaRue, has arrived. . .

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