Wednesday, April 13, 2011

My SICK and TWISTED Family

My brother suggested I NOT post this on my blog.
So I am.

My brother had some business to do in Chicago last week. He thought he would drop by my other brother's house and hang out with my bro and mom and dad.

He hand carried some condolence cards that had come in the mail for my parents.
Several people have sent cards to my parents in care of me or my brother and he played the part of the Mail Carrier.

My mother had a favorite and my brother emailed it to me with the comment:
"This was so sweet.  It brought tears to our eyes."

My first response was "What?  Did they think Justin was in an accident with Jared and Jenner?"

My dad's first response was "Well, people all grieve differently."
And then, "Maybe they thought we were attacked."

My mom's first response was to laugh her head off.
Yeah..........she got it right away.
Through her tears (laughing tears) she said to my dad, "Now you know what I have put up with all these years."

I finally got it when I paid attention to the change in ink color.
My brother did SUCH a GOOD job imitating the handwriting.

Totally INAPPROPRIATE humor!
I'm still laughing...........three days later


Margaret aka: Fact Woman said...

That is so funny and no surprising in the least! How wonderful that your family can find some laughter to go with the tears during this time!

Rebecca Jo said...

A family that laughs together can get through anything :)

Dawn said...

That is seriously brilliant! And the handwriting was pretty much spot on.

Silly brother, doesn't he know that by saying 'don't post this' it means that you must post said thing poste haste?

Mama Badger said...

I'm so happy to see you all laughing again! Your brother has a seriously sick mind... Glad he's there to keep you all smiling.

Lauren said...

They got Coxed, paper-style.

Stef said...

Ha! What a fun family. I love it.

Julianna said...

So inappropriate... but SO FUNNY!

Raven said...

Oh, I so love your family! LOL

Danelle said...

I can't stop laughing long enough to tell my husband what I'm laughing about!

Lauren Billat said...

Thanks for the early morning laugh! I read it out loud to my husband and you even got a laugh out of "Mr. Serious". ;)