Do You Know a Naughty East Texan? Get Them Real Coal for Christmas
We all know the tale of how if we are bad during the year that Santa would fill our stocking with coal. Personally, I have been good every year so I never got any coal in my stocking. Actually, that's not true, just ask my mom. But let's just say you jokingly thought a friend or a co-worker was not the best they could be this year and you wanted to give them an actual lump of coal. Well, thanks to the magic of online ordering, you could send someone who has been "bad" this year, or you just don't like, a lump of coal for Christmas.
That Old Cliché
Our parents always told us, "you better be good or Santa will fill your stocking with coal." Well now, that could become a reality. For the mere price of $10 at kyforky.com, you can order an authentic piece of Kentucky coal to send to someone who hasn't been good or you just don't like. It will even come with the message of "Merry Christmas Butthole." To be honest, just because I love to irritate my girlfriend on a regular basis, she would order this just as a way to get me back. I'd love it.
Great Prank Idea
Being the lover of pranks that I am, I would order this to send to friends but without the "Merry Christmas Butthole" message. But then, my friends would find that funny, too. I think it would be funnier if I included some other inside joke message to go with the coal. On the flip side, I would get a huge kick out of it if I received one of these in the mail from a friend.
Better Than Elf on the Shelf
For the parents that like to prank their kids, could you imagine the looks on their face when they reach into their stocking and pull out a piece of coal, followed by the real stocking stuffers of course. I would get a huge laugh out of it for sure. I may do this to my niece and nephew. We'll see.
This would make a great white elephant gift for your company Christmas party, too.
The moral of this story: be good or you could get a lump of coal for Christmas.
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