Friday, December 28, 2007

Friday Red Mr. Peanut Bank and Gallito Mescalito Blogging: Holiday Edition

Do you remember last Christmas when I posted a photo of a Christmas Tree with a kitty hidden in it? Luiz won the contest, but Leonardo Ricardo REALLY wanted to win! Well, I don't feel like writing a story and posing toys all over the damn house, so tonight we play: Find Red Mr. Peanut Bank and Gallito Mescalito and Their Friends in the Christmas Tree!
Now, I did try to be fair, so El Penquino and the Mighty Moose of Vermont are not in the tree, as they are quite small. The list of characters is below; how many can YOU find?
Red Mr. Peanut Bank
Gallito Mescalito
Miss Egyptian Hippo of Love
Mr. Chompy's Chewed-up Squeaky Kitty Toy
Bunrab, the Filthiest Toy in the House
¡El Toro!
Squeaky Gorilla
Santa, the Costume Designer
Telly Tubby Angels (all four)
Chompita's butt

And don't forget to click on the photo for the big, detailed version!!


pissed off patricia said...

Your tree is beautiful and so is your dog's little butt. ;)

Padre Mickey said...

Gracias, Patricia! You commented before I was even finished with the post, so you win a different award: First and Coolest.

Thanks for dropping by! I hope you can return and play our game.

P.S. I love the name of your blog.

Caminante said...

Found all of them -- I even have a photoshop key that points them out :)

Padre Mickey said...

¡Excelente, Caminante! You win. . . New Years In Vermont!!!!

June Butler said...

Well, it's no use for me to play. Caminante has won already. I found all but one. Boo-hoo.

Padre Mickey said...

No, Grandmère Mimi, everybody wins!!
Which one did you miss, Chompita's butt?

June Butler said...

No, not Chompita's butt. I think I missed the Chewed-up Squeaky Kitty Toy. Anyway, I'm short one.

Anonymous said...

I'm not telling.

I really am the winner.

I hate it when I am misunderstood (and upstaged) two years in a row.

It must be my accentfree English (I had to take dictation lessons as a tiny little meanie of cinco anos because I called myself Yenny and stuff* like that)...I really won and was number one two years in a row (besides, Luiz couldn't see because all that hair was in his cara).

I'm stomping off to bed...I did win, cross my heart, I'd never lie or do anything wrong.

I'll win again next year (por favor Dios) too...just watch!

I have to go to bed now because I'm old.

BTW, You're fired!

Happy Nudest Year,

Rhightly Rearendeded John-David Sluthenberg Pantywaist-Gungerdumbernumer Scream-and-Shout, O.B., D.D.S., S.O.B., M.S.,B.S.

*Stuff, a religious term made popular by +Frankie Lane "Dry-me-a-Liver" Lyons on a colorless interview on Fanglian T.V.

Fran said...

You know me... it all starts and finishes with Bunrab. I found that first and there is no point to look further.

I loves me some Bunrab, the filthiest toy in the house.

And Pissed Off Patricia (PoP) has joined the party. I hope I am responsible for this particular mixer.

Anonymous said...

I found most of them, but I keep getting distracted looking at a bunch of ornaments I havn't seen in years.

And it looks like the silver bell-shaped ornament needs a polish.

Dennis said...

well you don't even need to expand the picture to see Bunrab!

Anonymous said...

"You know me... it all starts and finishes with Bunrab." franiam

I fully agree...there is something especially compelling about Bunrab...perhaps its the "underdog" part I identify with or the look of being "used"...ah well, buckle up for safety and God Save The Queen(s)...too mucho thinking isn't good for one!

Happy New Year,

Miss Joycella Harrington Simpleton McPherson-Flores and Spencer Gomez

Anonymous said...

but then...

I've always had a softspot for "Mighty Moose of Vermont"...there is something about those, em, antlers!

Happy Everything,

Miss Joycella Harrington Simpleton McPherson-Flores and Jonathan de Moan

Anonymous said...

I could also develop a infatuation for Mr. Red Peanut Bank...there is something magnetic about a tall man with a big bank...and I'm a equal opportunity kinda appreciatorist so Red means nothing to me.


Miss Joycella Harrington Simpleton McPherson-Flores and Ronald Grapegallo

Grendel said...

I found the gold artichoke and the Magic Q-Tip and the Special Cinnamon Stick and the Scented Skunk Paw and the Spherical Globe of Roundness and the Wind-up Moose and the Velvet-covered Brick and the Small Cameo of Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Blessed Toenail of St. Eustacius and the Cinnamon Toast and the Very Small wooden Toothpick of ChristmasTide.

What do I win??? Huh? Huh? Do I win Gravy????

Brother David said...

Well, I don't feel like writing a story and posing toys all over the damn house

Forgive me if I am out of line, but Querido Padre, if you are presently overburdened I believe everyone would understand if you benefitted from a break by "honoring" the Estadoundense writers strike and put the Friday Night Blogging on hiatus for a time.

Or what if the "network" cancelled the show and threw it in the creative staff's lap to come up with a future replacement.

Anonymous said...

David, YOU must step-in and relieve Querido Padre for a session or two...I can tell you've got what it takes to make this cast/place MOVE!

We await!


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