The Carpenters- Home For The Holidays

16 Comments on The Carpenters- Home For The Holidays

  1. Yeah, I thought the kitchen scenes were very odd, considering.

    [For those who don’t know, she died of heart failure caused by her Anorexia]

  2. Ugh. If you can’t see the picture on the front page, it’s a bunch of herbs and spices and it says Season’s Greetings below them. Harr harr. I want that on a shirt.

    PS not making fun of Karen, with the food and all. It’s just a cute picture.

  3. “The Carpenters- Home For The Holidays” … those bastards still haven’t built that Pergola & deck extension I contracted! & now they’re home for the holidays …. ‘effin’ Unions!

    Oh, wait …

    P.S. I think that Coors brother has more talent than Richard Carpenter (not saying much, I know) but Karen had a smooth, melodic voice

    joke time … if only Cass Elliot could’ve given that ham sammich to Karen Carpenter!

    … oh, come on … you were all thinking it!

    yes, I’m gonna burn in Hell … but, I ain’t the one that posted that condiment pic … lol

  4. That first scene reminds me how my sister and I used to always get dressed up in matching outfits and go to the living room to write Christmas cards together – those were the days! 🙂

  5. ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ LOL! Oh man, as a kid I remember hearing Mama Cass jokes.

    Funny enough, I didn’t catch the condiment/ food connection with Karen Carpenter until after it posted. LOL.
    I laughed. I’m over it. 😀

  6. @ MJA: “Ugh. If you can’t see the picture on the front page, it’s a bunch of herbs and spices …”

    I’m glad you explained it. At first I thought it was the Buttigieg version with a condom and some other unmentionables.

  7. The sadist part of all…..when it comes to history… can’t go back.
    Well, you can in your mind but not physically, although I wish we could.
    How cool that would be.

  8. @jellyb ~ “..when it comes to history… can’t go back

    no … but you can try to alter it … Stalin = good, Castro = good, Chavez = good, Mao = good, Gorbachev = good, Dachau’s in Vermont = good … standing in line for Health Care = good

  9. I always liked the Carpenters Christmas music.
    Yes the kitchen and food theme is ironic indeed, but remember 1978 was a time when people listened to the music on tape, records and the radio, not You Tube. CDs and Empty V were yet to come!

  10. I don’t care for most woman singer’s voices … except for Karen Carpenter. She never tried to sing scales in her songs just to impress us with her abilities. I was sad when she died.

  11. The joke after KC passed away: Her brother had a hit song called “She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Sister”.

    Seriously, her song “Merry Christmas Darling” is a beauty.


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