Friday, January 05, 2007

Friday Red Mr. Peanut Bank and Gallito Mescalito Blogging. . .With A Story!




Yes, it is the Eve of the Feast of the Epiphany, and our boys have met up with Three Persian Astrologers!
Fóto 1: "We three kings of Orient are, and you know this is true by the Chinese backdrop." The Magi discuss the merits and disadvantages of the notorious Rubber Cigar.
Fóto 2: Red Mr. Peanut Bank: "Ahem. Pardon me, sirs, but who may you be?"
Trailing Persian: "We are but Three Magi, Astrologers from Persia. We follow yon star, which will lead us to the presence of the Santo Niño. And who may you be, O Giant Red Legume and odd little avian friend?"
Gallito Mescalito: "SSHHRRIIIEEEEEEKKKK!!!"
Red Mr. Peanut Bank: "I'll ask the questions here! You sure must be a lousy astronomer. If the star is movin' it can't be a star, it's a planet!! And where did you get the idea you could follow it?"
Trailing Persian: "ASTROLOGER, not ASTRONOMER! I try to convince everyone that huge, burning gobs of gas light years away control one's destiny. Anyway, it's the first century; how the heck am I supposed to know that stars don't work like giant spotlights, showing the way to little back-water towns?"
Red Mr. Peanut Bank: "Sorry, didn't mean to upset you. May we go with you and present our gifts to the Newborn King? I have this lovely cane, and my screaming, multi-coloured friend has his delightful song!"
Trailing Persian: "Well, okay, but get a move on!"
Fóto 3: Leading Persian: "Tell us, new friends, what are your opinions regarding rubber cigars? Shall we try to smoke one?"
Red Mr. Peanut Bank: "It depends, is it loaded? From what I understand, a loaded rubber cigar can change everything!"
Gallito Mescalito: "SSHHRRIIIEEEEEEKKKK!!!"
*FIN*

6 comments:

Tara Mobley said...

You're silly. You've always been silly. I look forward to more of this.

Luiz Coelho said...

hahahaah

I love Mr. Galinho Mescalinho...

Eileen said...

Hee hee hee!

I like the Shrieker. As a mom, I can just imagine how much Mary will love it when he gets there and wakes up the baby! LOL

And, as I'm new on the block, what is the significance of the red Mr. Peanut? Enquiring minds want to know.

Padre Mickey said...

Well Eileen, lots of blogs have Friday Cat Blogging or Ferret Blogging or Orchid Blogging. I wanted to do something different. The Red Mr. Peanut Bank is just a red Mr. Peanut bank I found many many years ago when I worked on the loading dock of a Silicon Valley electronics company. It's just another goofy feature at the Dance Party.
However, everyone is free to attach whatever significance they want to Red Mr. Peanut Bank.
Gallito Mescalito, on the other hand, signifies the random experimentation with certain cacti during my wayward youth and the "Flash Backs" (as the kids call them) which haunt all fans of the Thirteenth Floor Elevator.

Eileen said...

I see...and I like it.

The Lord Welcomes all. Red Mr. Peanut and wacky Flash-Back Shriekers included.

Now the Lord welcomes them, I'm sure. Mary on the other hand....

Leonardo Ricardo said...

"I love Mr. Galinho Mescalinho..." Luiz

Luiz and I have similar tastes...we obviously know stuff about stuff.

Ask around.

Leonardo (who just returned from a fabulous weekend in Big Town --which for me is like going to New Yor-I'm going back next weekend to help my friends decorate a little restaurant in downtown/bigtown...it's a modest restaurant, good steady clients, but needs "flair"...I've got lots of that as does Galinho Mescalinho and Luiz Conejo...btw, I know somehone Panama "bound" end February/early Marzo so NOW would be the time to send "certain" measurements to volcanoland. Por Favor Padre, let's not screw this opportunidad up...door to door servicio con una sonrisa!

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