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12-16-2010, 06:34 AM
This one was inexplicably refused by Coca Cola as a Christmas ad.
Maybe this came to my mind to exorcise my own fears getting older and older .... :D
Fully imaginary, no reference ... I hope You enjoy it.;)

12-16-2010, 06:43 AM
Oh Cesare! You absolutely send me to tears...of laughter! Too cute! Great work dear man!

12-16-2010, 06:53 AM
HAHAHAHAHA...Great painting Caesar...love this one

12-16-2010, 06:59 AM
Dear Caesar,,, you really are at your best here! so funny and appropriate, and a real comfort to know he is in good hands! :)

12-16-2010, 08:38 AM
Ceasar, your mind must be terribly funny place.... gosh... this is so funny...So you think Santa lives in igloo ... oh i was always wandering about this..and what happened to Rudolph? I am asking, because you might know that also... love Santa's outfit very practical for traveling... oh... cannot write more for laughing so hard... more please on this theme...?!?
Original and so well done!

12-16-2010, 09:16 AM
Great painting..hope he doesn't forget to come to our house !:D

12-16-2010, 09:33 AM
Very, very funny!!!:):):)

12-16-2010, 10:19 AM
Cesare molto divertente:D:D:D. A proposito, credo che lui sia ben vestito .. Scommetto che lui non ha dimenticato di prendere la pillola blu. Sto scherzando:D, naturalmente. Complimenti caro amico, mi piaciuto il pantofole, un bellissimo design. Una imagene per farci rotolare dalle risate.:D:D:D

12-16-2010, 11:57 AM
Santa's Senior Moments! I can relate to that!

12-16-2010, 12:30 PM
Dear Sandra, I'm glad I can at least keep wasting one of my little talents for a good scope, since laughing is a natural health treatment and blood medecine for sure. :) Thank You!

Thank You, dear Semd74! I hope it's not because it reminds You some experienced episode of Your life, a was the case of one of my careless friends ...:D

What could we ever do without a wife, dear Lee? Thank You for dropping here Your appreciation!

Since he's supposed to live and work on the North Pole, dear Anna, that's the best accommodation I could figure out, except that I removed the exit tunnel because he's no more that young and slim to creep through it! Rudolph who? Valentino or Giuliani?:D Thank You very much from my distorted mind too!

... and that he took some pants changes, dear JonW! :p Thank You!

Funny? You mean ... the slippers, dear Jibes? That was a Christmas gift from his wife which are the only presents outside his control ...:(:o:D Thank You!

Dear Oriane, I'm moved by Your use of my language (almost perfect). I promise I'll do my homework soon and use some portuguese to return the appreciated courtesy. The blue pill is apparently detrimental for passing through chimney, so he will have to refrain from using it before the end of the deliveries. :D Anyway now I'm pretty sure that, should Santa discover this vignette, I'm not going to get by ash and coal next Christmas night ...:(:p Thanks a lot!

You know, dear MacPix, actually he reached retirement age since some century, but kids still hopes they're not going to fire him not notwithstanding this ongoing depression period .... Anyway I wonder whether You share also his pants style. :rolleyes::D Thank You!

12-16-2010, 01:07 PM
Well as usual dear Caesar , I cant stop laughing, showed my husband and he also enjoyed it, I love your sense of humor, keep them coming, it really makes ones day:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:Dstill laughing

12-16-2010, 02:22 PM
yOU ARE SO bad! hehe

You better leave him some x-tra cookies and milk out x-mas eve nite!

or um ???? A shot of wadka.:eek:

Very COOL!

12-16-2010, 04:08 PM
Caesar, thanks for the chuckle , old age will get you every time, imaging the faces of the wee ones if they saw those slippers and hairy legs appearing out of the chimney :D

12-16-2010, 10:26 PM
Dear Pat, glad I offered You and your husband the opportunity to start a day with the right foot (as we say, more or less). Anyway it's Your wonderful Santa painting fault if I decided too to go with my own Santa. I should probably work on this comics field to do some more good to other people then ...:p Maybe I could collect all my previous jokes in some sort of E-book and distribute it to make our days :rolleyes:, but I'm afraid there would be also a spicy section. :o:D Thank You both!

You mean I'm not a good fellow then, dear Bobby Ray? :D You're absolutely right ... also about him using some spirits before leaving, considering the cold weather all over! Thank You!

Dear Jean, they would probably guess that grandpa was confused while trying to get into his bedroom! :D Anyway Santa looks still healthy here, after all. He doesn't seem to wear an incontinence pad ...:p:D
Anyway chuckling at work in front of these vignettes was also the specialty of Katie (alias Coops). I hope she won't get fired because of this one .... :p Thank You.

12-16-2010, 11:46 PM
Caesar--no, not the pants, but I could dig those slippers!

12-17-2010, 12:28 AM
LOL :p:p ... a quite exclusive taste, dear MacPix! :p

12-17-2010, 05:24 AM
Oh deary me Cesare how I did laugh looking at this painting which is painted with such skill. Love it:)

12-17-2010, 06:33 AM
Frankly I was a little afraid they would have fired You at work for sustained chuckling, should You have entered this thread while at Your desk. :rolleyes::p Actually I'm now realizing it was You in the igloo then, after looking this festive new Avatar of Yours, dear Katie! Congratulations then ....:D
I'm kidding. Thank you very much!

12-17-2010, 12:25 PM
Cracking dear Cesare this is such fun I love it:D:D:):)

12-17-2010, 10:44 PM
You know, dear Amanda, after so many gentle, sweet, heavenly Christmas card, I thought that the time had come to get a little bad and laugh a little on ourselves through our seasonal mythologies. Thank You very much!