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Friday, December 08, 2006

Deck Your Yak With Boughs of Holly

As you might well imagine, at this time of year The Swami is often asked, "What is the best way to decorate my yak for Christmas?"

As you may have surmised, Swami is pretty much a traditionalist. Yet, at the same time, Swami does try to always to remain tasteful and not allow himself to just follow the crowd. That is why, for example, Swami would not copy the rotating, flashing pink-flamingos that Britney might have on her double-wide.

Swami prefers to decorate his Christmas yak with several thousand tiny white lights. This has the added benefit of helping to keep Zak warm on a cold winter's night. On the other-hand, Swamette is always complaining that she gets very cold as she follows him around the hills and meadows trying to keep the extension cords plugged in. We really do need to convert to a steam-driven battery pack before next Christmas.

[Required Legal Disclaimer: Do not connect more than one yak per extension cord. Never decorate your yak with lighted candles.]

Finally, Swami has always felt that a wreath around your yak's neck is a festive Christmas touch.


At 10:45 PM, Blogger NatureWoman said...

If you let the Yaks in your house, can you vacuum their hair with the Oreck vacuum cleaner like they're advertising santa can vacuum the reindeer hair?

At 12:17 AM, Blogger bunnygirl said...

Well, if you keep the Yak in the house, the extension cord problem is minimized. Unless, of course, the Yak strays too far and tries to go upstairs or something...

I'm more into bows than wreaths. Wouldn't the Yak try to eat the wreath?

At 1:05 AM, Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

If the yak ate the wreath, it would definitely improve his breath.


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