This year was filled with good food, good drinks, a ton of laughs, and just an overall good time, as usual. (The cats and Hamlet are still recovering from all of the excitement. :-) ) And, as is our now annual tradition, we dyed Easter eggs, which of course also means the annual Inappropriate Egg Decorating. Just so you know, we do actually do "regular" Easter eggs, but about 20 years ago, we started taking some of the eggs and doing ridiculous designs and stupid themes, and that has now become as much of Easter as anything else is.
Since I had three selections to share with you, I decided to save them for today, and participate in Three on Thursday.
1. These eggs were the ones for Hamlet and the kitties and were put into their baskets by the Easter Bunny. Each of these has an "illustration" on the back (that word is in quotes because I am only the one who can decipher what I drew) that applies to that individual.
Milo's egg has a tape cassette on the back - since he likes to pee on everything, it's his very own pee tape! Hamlet's has an ice cube tray, since ice cubes are his favorite treat. Jack's egg has a bird on the back, because he loves to watch the birds on the deck. And Pip has a megaphone on the back of his egg, because he likes to announce things to everyone.
2. The RIP eggs. This year, we had Anthony Bourdain, Carol Channing, and The Captain (of The Captain and Tennille).
A friend was disappointed that there was not a Luke Perry RIP egg, but clearly none of us were big "90210" or "Riverdale" fans. Whoops.
3. The Topical Eggs. These are often the most inappropriate, and this year's batch was no exception. Here are the top four.
We have Amanda and Patrick's kitty named Clancy, getting into USC as part of the crew team; at the top of the next egg, Timmy and Squi are holding mugs and saying "We like beer!" while on the bottom, Brett Kavanaugh is in his judicial robes, saying "I like rape"; next, we have a certain individual when he learned of the Mueller Report; and finally, Julian Assange's kitty.
What we lack in artistic ability we make up for in enthusiasm. And as The Tim says, "Every year, we make sure that our suites in hell are even more nicely decorated."