October 31, 2006

M*A*S*H* Costumes

Still need a costume? Already planning for next year?

Get your "Mash Doctor" costume here. Just $79!

OR, for the same low price, you can be a Mash doctor in a Hawaiian shirt!

Still no? Ok, ok. I have the perfect look for you.

Mash priest! And the costume even includes a straw hat. You know how priests in the Korean War dress. This is authentic, folks!


October 29, 2006

I'm Baaaaaack


In order to commemorate one of the mashest days of the year, I'm back in the saddle.

So, why is today mash, you ask? A list:
  1. Daylight savings and, thus, any residual feelings of summertime goodness, are officially gone.

  2. Sunset was at 5:12pm today, and by November 30, it will be dark by 4:50pm. If that's not depressing, I don't know what is. Also, dusk is by far the mashest part of the day, period.

  3. I slept until 1:15pm today. With the time change it was 12:15 but, still, that's just gross.

  4. Adding insult to injury, today is Sunday. School is tomorrow, 60 Minutes is on tonight, you know the drill.

Can you feel it?

Other generally mash days:
  • Christmas PM (presents are already opened, nothing on TV, nothing to do, stuck at home)

  • Thanksgiving PM (see Christmas PM, except minus gifts, plus turkey hangover)

  • New Year's Day (you're hung over, everything's closed, and nothing's on TV except football and the Rose Parade.)

The Rose Parade is SO mash.

As a matter of fact, I will be so bold as to say that the months of October - December generally champion the highest mash factor of the year. Get ready folks, we're just settling in for the storm.

Now can you feel it?