Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Lap

LAP, n. One of the most important organs of the female system -- an admirable provision of nature for the repose of infancy, but chiefly useful in rural festivities to support plates of cold chicken and heads of adult males. The male of our species has a rudimentary lap, imperfectly developed and in no way contributing to the animal's substantial welfare.

2009 Update: The foundation upon which ambition rests.

14 comments:

Jim said...

Happy Ides of December, Doug. Only six days until winter!

For some reason I am reminded of lap dances, I can't figure out why. Oh, I know now, ...
..

jenn said...

A little girl sits on Santa's lap and it's "cute".

A grown woman sits on Santa's lap and it's not.

What's wrong with that picture?

I wonder if the youngest nephew tackled Santa. It's what he does when someone's sitting around him. -rubs shoulder-

weirsdo said...

Or dances, RBUD.

Tom & Icy said...

Human anatomy which dogs don't have.

Jamie Dawn said...

After moms and grandmas, Santa has the best lap.

Thom said...

LAP: DC is the reining champion of Lap Dogs

TLP said...

Lap: distance I can't run on a track.

quilly said...

Ironically, the more one laps up food, the less lap one has.

sauerkraut said...

Dog likes me lap plenty much. Too much some of the time.

Keep working on it, TLP... it becomes habit after awhile.

Ariel the Thief said...

Lap is the source and field of many good things. Probably another name for the Holy Spirit.

Karen said...

RT @weirsdo or dances, RBUD.

TLP said...

Apparently Doug stood up and lost it.

Doug said...

It's good to stretch the memory sometimes, Jim.

Jenn, rules are rules, and this Santa says
Respect them, I warn you this year.
Whoever bans women from Santa's lap
Gets a lump of coal and one on the ear.

Weirsdo, I'm sure I don't know what you mean. But Jim might.

Then why are they called "lap dogs," Tom?

Thank you, JD. I like to think so.

Woof, Thom.

Me either, blogmama. It's getting so I can't even see that far.

All the more reason to chew, Quilly.

Tough audience, Sauerkraut.

Dunno, Ariel. Both can speak for you, although they say different things.

Translate RT, Karen?

TLP, I just sat back down and got it back.

Karen said...

And what do you think you got back?