Sunday, December 26, 2010

Twelve Days of Christmas by Tee Jules

I have always held that the twelve days of Christmas start on December 26. For that reason I have been holding back on posting this, one of my favorites, until today.

(There is nothing wrong with your new computer. The volume is low on the video, so set your sound level or put on those new headphones.)

To translate:

1 A Crawfish in a fig tree

2 Voodoo dolls

3 Stuffed shrimp

4 Pousse cafes

5 Pouldeau

6 Cypress knees

7 Fleur de lis

8 Crabs a brewin

9 Oysters stewin

10 Pirogue paddles

11 Duck decoys

12 Shotgun shells

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