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  • -Guys, it can be hard to say goodbye.

  • But sometimes you have to.

  • And there are a few things I would like to

  • say goodbye to right now. It's time for "Go On, Git!"

  • [ Cheers and applause ] -♪ Go on, git

  • Go on, git

  • Go on, go on, go on, git

  • ♪♪

  • ♪♪

  • [ Country-western accent ] Go on --

  • Go on, git, eggnog!

  • What are you? And why must you be so thick?

  • I don't know if I should drink you,

  • pour you on a griddle and make a pancake out of you,

  • or use you to fix a hole in my roof like Flex Seal.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • I know you're a Christmas tradition,

  • so here's a concoction that is sure to spice up

  • your next holiday party.

  • It's one part eggnog, 12 parts rum,

  • dash of nutmeg, and a twist of "Go on, git!"

  • [ Applause ]

  • Go on, git, November.

  • You're cold and you start with the word "No."

  • That's two strikes in my book.

  • If you were warm and started with the word, "Yes,"

  • then heck, I would be all about you.

  • But that ain't the case. So best go on, git, November,

  • and don't come back until you're "Yes-vem-warm."

  • [ Laughter ] [ Scoffs ]

  • [ Desk thuds ] [ Gasps ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Ugh, that's my leg.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Alright.

  • [Desk door snaps shut]

  • Got bit off by a horse.

  • -Right. [ Laughs ]

  • Go on, git, Bundt cake.

  • I said it once, I will say it again --

  • bunts are for baseball, not bakeries,

  • and, yeah, you I know they're spelled different,

  • but I took your silent "D" and snuck it in to another word,

  • "gidt" -- G-I-D-T, gidt.

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • [ Spits ] [ Tin clangs ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • [ Spits ]

  • [ Tin clangs ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • [ Spits ]

  • [ Tin clangs ]

  • Go on, git! Go on, git, tinsel!

  • Ye-- Look, Christmas trees, I'm a fair guy.

  • I will give you Christmas balls, lights.

  • Hell, I'll even give you that string of popcorn

  • that nobody in real life ever uses.

  • But tinsel, you're just robot spaghetti,

  • and you belong in a robot restaurant

  • with the rest of the robot pasta,

  • so do me a favor and [Robotic voice] go on, git!

  • [ Laughter ]

  • [ Country-western accent ] Go on, git, nonscented candles.

  • If you don't smell like pine trees or candy canes

  • or gingerbread, I don't need you.

  • This isn't the 1700s. I ain't looking for a light source.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • What I do need you for is to provide a sniff for me to whiff,

  • a little whiff sniff.

  • So, candles if you got no smell, then you can go on to git.

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • So hard to see 'em go,

  • but I'm glad I got them all out of my system.

-Guys, it can be hard to say goodbye.

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Go On, Git: Eggnog, Unscented Candles

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/01
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