Think & Write #132

Carol of the Nog

Brian walked over to the fridge and opened the door.  Inside was a half gallon of egg nog, just about empty.

Pouring the last little bit into his glass, Brian panicked.

“No!” He shouted.  “This cannot be!  I’ve got to get some more nog!”

Brian wasn’t just one of these casual egg nog drinkers.  Brian was an egg nog fanatic.  So much so, that he created his own egg nog fan club, and an egg nog fan page on Facebook.

Out of egg nog, Brian made a beeline to his car and drove down to the nearest grocery store.  Entering the store, he bought six half gallon jugs of egg nog.  That was just for his own personal use.  He would need even more for his egg nog drinking party that he had scheduled for tonight.  15 people would be coming over, and his policy was “bring your own nog”.

Brian hurried home and poured another glass of egg nog.  As he drank it, It was amazing.  He loved the taste of nutmeg.  He loved the cream and the eggs.  He especially loved the ground cinnamon.  All of it tasted good to him.

And since he was in such a good mood, Brian started singing his version of “Carol of the Bells”, which he called  “Carol of the Nog”.

Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog! Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!

Nog noggy nog! Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!

Nog noggy nog! Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!

Nog noggy noggy nog noggy noggy nog noggy nog nog noggy nog!

Noggy noggy noggy noggy egg nog!

Noggy noggy noggy noggy egg nog!

Nog noggy nog! Nog noggy nog! Nog noggy nog!  Nog noggy nog!

After Brian sung this  song, which most people found to be both ridiculous and crazy, he finished his egg nog and smiled.  With plenty of egg nog and a party tonight, this was going to be a great season.  For Brian, a great season to drink some egg nog.

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©2012  K. L. Walker

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