Dec 27 2013
Let’s all sing…
I saw mommy biting Santa Clause, all because of Barbecue Sauce last niiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.
For those of you who are new here, one of the main purposes of this blog is to call out those Pittsburghers that are embarrassing the rest of us. Given that this story hit Yahoo.com News after it aired on WTAE. William and Tracy seem to fit the criteria.
Seems that, on Christmas Eve, Tracy didn’t bring home BBQ sauce. We’re not sure if she brought home “the bacon!” (get it??)
But nonetheless, the fact that Tracy came home without BBQ sauce, really threw a wrench in to hers and Billy-boy’s plans to get to Christmas Eve Midnight Mass early so that they could get a good seat, because, well, they ALLEGEDLY got into a bit of scuffle and both were hauled off to jail for biting and fighting.
Hey… like we always say, the family that watches WWE together, stays together… with the caveat of course, one of them forgets the necessary Holiday condiments.
By the way, I felt terrible about the scowls on their mugshots above so I took the liberty of using the Jagoff-estrator to make them look a little more cheery to fit the season.
But back to the story, I was curious… BBQ Sauce on Christmas Eve? As it turns out, the 5th, and not well known verse, of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” as found on the hidden Bing Crosby tapes, actually says, “Please have moss, and barbecue sauce and presents ’round the tree.”
Billy-boy and Stacy, the FANTASTIC news out of this is, the Food Channel and the NHL want to talk to you all about a new HBO combo series:
- “BBQ Brisket and Brawling Misconducts”
- “Chopped, KICKED and BITTEN!”
- “A Throw-Down, like we Mean a REAL Throw-Down with Bobby Flay and a Guest Tag Team Partner”
- (and my personal favorite that I think you might be best suited for) “Diners, Drive-ins and Dregs of Society”
Billy-boy and Stacy, thanks for making Pittsburgh proud (read that as you’re rolling your eyes)! Normally, Christmas brawls are reserved for a few hours AFTER Christmas dinner, during the family poker game or political discussions with in-laws! Its kind of how we all know when its time to go home!!!
Ya know, the sad part is, all of this clearly could have been avoided if you would have just stuck with the Christmas tradition of serving ham, Ya Jagoffs!!