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Joined: Nov 01, 2004
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Location: west chester

PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 3:55 am    Post subject: all i want for christmas... Reply with quote
is a pat thum organized collegiate christmas carol.

he's done great work in towns such as schwenksville and pottsgrove, so why can't he bring his holiday charm here (to west chester, that is)? i don't know about you, but i am just about BOGGED DOWN with all of this finals work, right? i could use a good laugh out loud! i'd like to roll on the floor laughing! who wouldn't? be right back, i'm rolling on the floor laughing now...i was thinking of pat thum's 1999 "winter solstice magnum opus" (as it was billed on the flyers [posted on nearly all of the telephone poles!]), in which he organized a sort of 'rite of passage' for the seasons...it was beautiful...we saw the dewy birth of spring, the bawdy lustfulness of summer, the gracefull ageing of fall and the slow, shameful death of winter, all in a 2 hour pagent performed by Ms. Crispin's 4th through 8th grade class from the local Barto middleschool...the sweetest thing about it? Pat, being the dear friend of mine that he is, added a special gift bazaar for my mother! who else but pat would know that her birthday is on december 21st??? who else??? (thats the day of the winter solstice, f.y.i.) anyway...if we could organize our funds, i think a little christmas miracle might be able to happen in west chester...a pat thum christmas, thats the little miracle!
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2004 6:24 pm    Post subject: Yeah I agree, merlin Reply with quote
Now that's a big meatball!! huh!? well anyways i think it would be terrific for pat to portray his fateful Chrichmas 2003 for all the small fries in the area. As we all know, in XMAS 2003, P.T. Barnacle (as the mayor and senator call him) went to each house on walnut street as Santy. He fortunately went by keen monicker Santy Krawl with deer hooves nailed to his fingers. All the childin went bonkers when they saw jolly hisself trotten down the street with bags and bags of toys/games. I witnessed this seemingly colossal event through my upstairs window. The lights were off in the room in which i stood so it was impossible for anyone to see me. 'Cept for Santy Krawl! He stared up at the window and threw a golden coin that broke the window. The coin had trains and some eagles on it. How did he see me up there? (hehehe) In any case, this coin, as i later found out, was good for 6 games of Tekken 3 at Exton Mall!! UMPH! this piece of my heart makes me appreciate christmas every year and this year is no exception!

P.S.: I say we have the pageant in front of 7-11 so people that are high can see the cool light and Santyz.

P.S.: If anyone sees a baby kat (black and orange with sharp aqua eyes)send him to metzdeelp's house and i'll pick her up. Don't eat her legs anyways.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 21, 2004 2:39 am    Post subject: a very "P.A.T" christmas Reply with quote
" FINALLY!" an anxious Patricio Delgado Thum yelped as he dog-footed it out from under his covers and into his bro's room early one christmas morning. As he approached his snoozin' brothers hibernating quarters, he stopped, dead cold in the middle of the hallway. *Crash Bang Shit Blast* crooned the downstairs living room, exactly where him and pappy hauled the croonin tree earlier that day. "aww hello operator..." a snot nosed baby faced Part Thumb yallowed in an house filled with such death and despair. "Change of plans he thought; Imma gonna go investagate the happenings downstairs." and with that thought pumpin through his face, he hopped in the air and slid real fast down the stair banister, landing with a pat thum thuddernutter. glass broke and fell all into his eyes. As soon as he got up, he said" wuts all the hubbub all about?"... and wiped the glass from his eyes, and finally saw what was making the noise that scared him. It was santa clause
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 21, 2004 3:26 am    Post subject: Enough joking "eround" Reply with quote
So, I went to Pat "Patt-a-cake" Thum(thumb "ha-ha" just kiddin' Pat)'s house the other day. And obviously, it's around the holiday season write [right] now, so his parents no doubt had their trees up. I say 'trees' because in the Thum household a tree is given to Pat, his brother Chris, and his three sisters, Dasher, Donner, and Blitzen (all born on Christmas day, not unlike our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ).
Anyway, I look at all the trees, and admire their outrageous height. For in the Thum household, the ceilings are so incredibly high, I could swear at times that I can see clouds floating somewhere near the top area. (Though I can't tell too much for sure, the ceiling is far too high to identify things such as that.)
Now, after taking one of the most glorious ganders I've ever had the opportunity to take in my life, I noticed something rather queer.
Pat's tree, which towered among the rest of them with the grace and power of a mighty oak, had a grand total of 17 presents. All of the trees belonging to the other siblings, however, had at the most, nine or ten. And when I say "17 presents", I don't even include the 'stocking stuffers', which Pat clearly had the grandest number of as well. (I may even go so far as to joke, "The stocking was so stuffed with gifts for Pat, it complained to me on more than one occasion that it was feeling rather nauseous!" But then again, I may not joke about that at all.)
Now, I don't know what glorious fortune awaited Pat beneath each immaculately wrapped package, for it was well before Christmas when I was graciously allowed to enter the Thum 'kingdom', and the presents all had a note attatched that read either; "To Pat, Love Mama" or "To Pat, from your best buddy in the whole North Pole, Santa Claus". But despite of all this, I know Pat's been a good boy this year. And if anyone were to reach the top of Saint Nicholas's Nice list, and in turn, recieve the grandest of all presents, it would be my boy: Patrick Oliver Thum.

(Oh: by the by, I did Thum (pun) through the wrapping paper surrounding one of Pat's gifts, and if you promise not to let him in on the secret before the twenty-fifth of December, I'll tell you that Pat will soon be the proud owner of the Schindler's List Collector's Widescreen Edition Gift Set.)
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