Fruitcake From Great-Great Grandma – A “Rudolph” Parody

My cousin Claire and I wrote this silly parody using an ingenious game she created. She drew two papers out of bag filled with options, one with a Christmas song and one with a topic. All that was left was to put the two together.

Here’s what we came up with!

We hope it brings a smile to your face. 🙂

Lyrics

You get underwear,

Socks to wear,

Soap and deodorant,

Sweaters with pompoms

All coated in dryer lint.

But do you recall

The worst Christmas present of all?

 

Fruitcake from great-great grandma,

Tastes like it’s a hundred years old,

Don’t really know what’s in it,

But I’m pretty sure it’s mold.

All of the other cousins

Use their cake to play kick-ball.

And when you come by our house,

You’ll see it rolling down the hall.

 

And when grandma came to stay,

She asked me how it was.

“Grandma, I can’t tell a lie.

It was gross because:

Fruitcake from great-great grandma,

Tastes like it’s a hundred years old,

Don’t really know what’s in it,

But I’m pretty sure it’s mold.

All of the other cousins

Use their cake to play kick-ball.

And when you come by our house,

You’ll see it rolling down the hall.”


Merry Christmas! 

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