Families In Descending Order Week


If someone asked me how Descending Families Week went, I would have to tell them that it had its ups and its downs. Thank you, you are a lovely audience. I would tell them it had its highs and its lows. Thank you, thank you very much. I would say I was thinking it was going to be a huge week, but ended up smaller than expected. Thank you, you are very kind. I would tell them that I expected a lot, but only got a little. Thank you, you’re making me blush. I would tell them to go to hell. Wait, that’s not funny, it’s insulting.

This is an interesting descending family because I’m sure in my mind they wanted to go from tallest to shortest, but somewhere along the line that little bastard child Tiberius snuck in beside Sawyer and effed the whole thing up. Wait ’til pa finds out that little rapscallion messed the picture up, he’s going to tan that youngin’s hide.

And so this ends Families In Descending Order Week. Have a safe drive home.

5 Responses to “Families In Descending Order Week”

  1. Andy Says:

    I enjoyed this theme immensely! It was really WAY COOL! As the Minister of Foreign Affairs, I can tell you that I have received nothing but positive feedback from Estonia, Latvia, The Netherlands, and Mexico.

    The wetback from Mexico seemed very pleased that his country was NOT featured. Of course, he’s living in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife, and 19 children in a stolen “church bus” parked behind Big Papa’s Bowling Alley down on 4th Ave. And he was REAL happy that you skipped his familia.

    Thanks again Mr. Mayor for this fabulous theme this week! You am is makin’ my job just real WAY easy…

  2. marc in calgary Says:

    the tall daughter looks to have about 12 brothers to help mom pick up after and darn socks and such, I can’t imagine her getting prego or anything that might necessitate her needing to move on with her life and get married or anything.
    Her english looking mom looks real pleased with the situation too, although picking up after them all does tend to keep the pounds off, and for that she should be thankful.

  3. Nurse Kate Says:

    I think they stole children from other families. Either that or their “marital relations” are like throwing a hot dog down a hallway. Eeeewwww….

  4. Go_Fish Says:

    Pikers. The Duggers have them beat by 3.

  5. dmorris Says:

    Only fifteen children,unless the young woman just to the left of the cat is another wife of the old boy.I’m assuming it’s his daughter.

    In my home town in Northern Manitoba,the Ozarks of Canada, there were a lot of big families. I went to school with several of the kids. The Clarkson family comprised eighteen kids,and the Fred Johnson family had 21 kids. Prairie nights are COLD.

    Unfortunately,I don’t have any ascending or descending photos of them.

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