Dec 23, 2009

You know how every neighborhood has THAT house...?


The house that's the trashiest one around?  The one where you just know they sell drugs or handle stolen merchandise or something bad?  The one that sticks out like a sore thumb in a sea of otherwise nice enough homes?  Well, we have one on my street that inhabited by pure-d white trash.  Thankfully it's 9 or 10 down from me and I rarely have to see it (or them) but it's only 2 away from Miss Arse and is one of the banes of her existence.  Every year they decorate in typical white trash form for Christmas and as we drove around looking at lights, I noticed no one was home there.  I seized the opportunity to get a picture of their festive yard ornament for you all.  Enjoy!

15 comments:

Deb in MD said...

SU-WEET! A giant Bud drinking Santa - everyone should have one!

There is a house I see every year on one of our main roads I take to the grocery store. Every year (they don't disappoint) they hang Busch beer cans from a tree. What a tradition.

Robin in Montana said...

Hmmmm. I wonder where they got that and if there's any left ...

Keli said...

I had never seen those blow-up or plastic yard ornaments until I moved to the south. There are lots of them here, even in the nicer neighborhoods. Just cannot get my head around them for some reason. I like lights, and perhaps some reindeer made out of wood or a Santa Sleigh.

Sandy said...

Just like Robin...are there any of those left?

That is too much. Merry Christmas AP.

Tee said...

Oh, dear, that's disturbing.

FalkFamily said...

Wow - I am in touch with my inner white trash, but that is over the line :P

Tricia said...

I was trying to think of the correct word for this holiday decoration-I think it is "authentic!"

Erin Lutz said...

Nice. Gotta love the trashy decorations...they make mine look so much better!

Jennifer said...

I knew Santa was a drunk. It explains so many gifts over the years.

Merry Christmas to you, Jake and Miss Arse!

won said...

That just reeks of the spirit of the season, don't you think?

Kristin said...

I love it! Good stuff!

Shana said...

OMG! That is classic! Do you live in Alabama too, ha!?!

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The Sandgroper said...

That's a classic!! Mmmmm maybe next year.

Anemone Pie said...

Shana, I'm in Florida and you'd think we'd know better, wouldn't you? Thanks for all the appreciation of what I live around and shame on those of you who wanted this!