Oops!

I had a brain fart today, just wanted to share. Drove by a sign waving in the wind. I read it as “Live Natively”…

For a full second there I was like, how the hell does one live natively? Then it hit me.Β  It is that time of year I suppose for live nativities. My brain farts happen more often than I’d like to admit.Β  πŸ™‚

 

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15 thoughts on “Oops!

  1. You could have been right the first time, and it’s a promo for nudism.

    And what the hell is a live nativity, anyway? Actors sitting around in a barn? They should be craeful. Every year in Brazil there’s a huge passion play, it attracts many hundreds of thousands over a few days. A few years ago, the actor playhing Judas accidently, literally, hung himself. These things can be dangerous.

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    • Lol! If there was a promo for nudism in these parts there would be an uproar from all of the x-ian women. The men would be in an uproar as well, but they would be secretly wishing for it to be true πŸ˜‰

      I don’t know if I have ever heard of anyone getting seriously hurt at a live nativity. Sure never heard of a hanging at one! Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.

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    • In our area, a live nativity is, indeed, a bunch of actors standing around a simulated barn, usually outdoors, possibly just standing there, or maybe with a little bad acting and narration thrown in. The higher-end ones have live animals, perhaps even camels. The only dangers I can think of from this activity are frostbite, and getting spit on by a camel.

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  2. You can live natively. Just join the first nations

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    • If what I understand of my family history is correct, I have a wee bit of their blood, not enough to brag about.

      Apparently my grandad was half blooded. There was a story about someone catching a shaman type doing some sort of ceremony over his crib one day (apparently they had snuck in), and that someone chased them off with a broom. I can’t remember the details, that story was from a long time ago. My mother though, only being 1/4, you could not tell it from looking at her, especially as she got older. She looks full blooded.

      Mr. Mak, good to speak again. I haven’t seen you in some time. I hope all is well with you and yours.

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  3. Does a live nativity involve a live birth? Not too sanitary if you ask me. “Come see Jesus born! Listen to the screams of a live birth taking place right in front of you. See the blood and the afterbirth! Also, enjoy a cup of joe and a bagel, too. All proceeds go to the Dunken Donuts across the street form the live nativity!”

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