Hopes Of A Celebratory Fledgling Annum

It’s been more than one diurnal course (not to be confused with di-urinal course) after Christmas and I’ve not posted the answers to the “Can You Name This Christmas Carol” Quiz I posted a week or so ago.  The answers appear below in purple

Can You Name This Christmas Carol?

1.  Nocturnal noislessness  Silent Night

2.  Quadruped with the crimson proboscis Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer

3.  Monarchial triad We Three Kings

4. Yonder in a feeder  Away In A Manger

5. Righteous darkness  O Holy Night (but I kinda liked Righteous Darkness)

6. Youthful male percussionist  Little Drummer Boy

7. Father Christmas en route to muicipality Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

8. The Primary Christmas  The First Noel

9. Query regarding the identity of descendent  What Child Is This?

10. Diminutive Judean village  O Little Town Of Bethlehem

11. Ancient benevolent despot  Good King Wenceslas

12. Adorn the corridors Deck The Halls

13. Exuberance for the planet  Joy To The World

14. Give attention to the melodious celestial beings  Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

15. Tin tintinnabulums  Jingle Bells

16. A dozen 24-hour Yule periods  The Twelve Days of Christmas

17. Befell during the transparent bewitching hour It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

18. Homo sapien of crystallized vapor  Frosty the Snowman

19. Singular yearning for twin anterior incisors  All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

20. To espy matriarchal osculation of fat man in red  I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Clause

21. Perambulating through a December solstice fantasy  Walking In A Winter Wonderland

22. Aloft on the acme of the abode  Up On The Rooftop

23. Frozen preciptiation commence  Let It Snow

24. Hence arriveth Kris Kringle  Here Comes Santa Claus

25. Jehovah dulcify blithe chevaliers  God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

26. Endocarp desiccated in a conflagration  Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire

Did you get them all?  Now you can take this one to your Christmas parties next year.  See how many of them people can figure out after a few hot buttered rums! 

I extend to you hopes of a celebratory fledgling annum!

3 thoughts on “Hopes Of A Celebratory Fledgling Annum

  1. Here are Oliver Mellors’ Top 10 favorite Christmas songs for 2008:

    10 – Angels We Have Heard When High
    9 – Oh, Come On, Ye Faithful
    8 – What Fresh Hell Is This? (10 bonus quatloos if you know the reference here. And, no, I don’t mean “What Child Is This.”)
    7 – Oh, Holy Cr@p
    6 – Have Yourself A Merry Frakking Christmas
    5 – Do You Smell What I Smell?
    4 – You Have The Right To Remain Silent Night
    3 – The Little Scummy Boy
    2 – Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuelle
    and #1 –
    Walkin’ ‘Round In Women’s Underwear
    (this one really exists. check:
    http://www.bobrivers.com/)

    Honorable Mention goes to “Carol of the Howitzers.”

    – M. \”0

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    1. Meowlin,
      Thanks for the funnies! I mean, who sits around an thinks of these? Oh, wait, I could…I’m just too chicken to publish them. Hahahaha!
      CAB

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