by sunovawot & damommza

take some drops of the Christmas shops
a pinch or three of a shedding tree
a jigger or so of the yellow snow
the merest scent of the wrong present
and that’s how you make Bah Humbugs

add a touch of dread from some stollen bread
a soupcon of fog from rancid egg nog
and parts of a fly from a stale mince pie
with a sprinkle of dust from a burnt chestnut
and that’s how you make Bah Humbugs

and NEIGH NEIGH NEIGH for the horse and sleigh
that damn “Jingle Bell” with it’s visions of hell
there’s more than enough of that awful frozen stuff
but the thought of the bills just gives me the chills
and that’s how you make Bah Humbugs

when its more than you can bear and the New Year is here
then you read about a diet and you just have to try it
and the chocolate and the bunnies are costing lot of monies
now you realize you missed all the joy of Christmas
and you can’t wait to be a Bah Humbug.

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  1. damommza

     /  December 23, 2013

    Best “Bah Humbug” poem EVER!!! LOLOLO It made me laugh, even though I wrote half of it! LOLOLOL *APPLOLSAWS* 😀

  2. teenie

     /  December 23, 2013

  3. Ah, the grinchiness just SHINES! Thanks, damommza and sunovawot!

  4. hello2kitteh

     /  December 24, 2013

    What a fantastic poem! Love it!

    • Thank you, though part of the credit should go to Charles Dickens, without Scrooge the poem wouldn’t exist 😀

      • damommza

         /  December 24, 2013

        OHAI hello2kitteh!! So happy you loved the poem! And Dickens! I remember him! He wrote “A tail of two kittehs”….a cheezpeep favorite! 😀 😀


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