03 February 2009

Snow-Indian Wins!

The pictures of Provo's biggest eyesore (as blogged about here) were taken on Saturday around midnight. At that point, the snow-beast was fully intact.

After church on Sunday, we drove past the beast's lair to see if he was still haunting the street. It was then that we saw traces of the massacre that had occurred. His body was still intact, but his head was missing. Between midnight and noon on Sunday, someone had decapitated the snow-beast.

Now that his head is gone, I almost miss it.

Seeking retribution and vindication, we left this sign.





First, we tried to stick the sign into his body.





Rigor mortise had already set in, and the body was as hard as ice.





Since my last post was titled "Snow-Indian vs. Snow-beast," I can only assume that the snow-Indian stole the snow-beast's head. That would mean the snow-Indian won...this round.

8 comments:

Diane said...

You almost missed it? Too funny!

Tina said...

grrrr. Still can't read anything you have written although I can see the pictures. Its driving me crazy, I need my Michael humor fix!!!

Lyenna said...

If I could somehow convey my hysterics over here it would look like this. . . HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! You crack me up Michael. Yay for Snow-Indian!

Shirley Hale said...

Wow... the day after you blog about hating it, its head goes missing.. hmm. This looks mighty suspicious! :) I love the broom and sign. Was his head not even next to the body?

Strawboat said...

I'm pretty sure that if the two snow beings were ever to duke it out, the snow Indian would win, head or no head. Then our new mascot would be Iago the Indian no doubt and Cosmo would be no more. Sad day...

Grandma Hand said...

Michael, you really do crack me up and it is really fun when all of the cousins get together like last Sunday. I know you are always way ahead in the department of having fun - but your poor decapitated snowman. Love ya, Grandma

Missy said...

When you are married and have x amount of kids and a wife and a job you may or may not like (probably both at times). Will you still have the time to be you like this? I hope so.
Maybe the fact that you have a blog to look back on will help in that department.
One thing is always certain: Michael has something interesting or funny as hell on his blog.
I may not post a comment, but I read it.

Kimberly said...

I'm glad to see you're documenting these moments...they will be a good laugh for your kids later on!