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holygrail.wav(214K) holygrail.mp3(98K) holygrail.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator (Jean Shepherd): "Ah, there it is, the holy grail of Christmas gifts, the Red Ryder 200-shot range model air rifle."


weaponry.wav(284K) weaponry.mp3(130K) weaponry.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "And there he is, Red Ryder himself. In his hand was the knurled stock of as cooly deadly-looking a piece of weaponry as ever I had laid eyes on."


bluesteel.wav(153K) bluesteel.mp3(70K) bluesteel.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "For weeks, I had been scheming to get my mitts on one of these fearsome blue-steel beauties."


subconscious.wav(311K) subconscious.mp3(142K) subconscious.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "My fevered brain seethed with the effort of trying to come up with the infinitely subtle devices necessary to implant the Red Ryder range model air rifle indelibly into my parents' subconscious."


gotherefirst.wav(64K) gotherefirst.mp3(30K) gotherefirst.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Randy Parker (Ian Petrella): "Come on, Ralphie, I got here first!"




lobsters.wav(69K) lobsters.mp3(32K) lobsters.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "They looked at me as if I had lobsters crawling out of my ears."


tactics.wav(159K) tactics.mp3(73K) tactics.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "I could tell I was in imminent danger of over-playing my hand. Casually, I switched tactics."


newfurnace.wav(401K) newfurnace.mp3(182K) newfurnace.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsly): "Hey, Dad! I'll bet you'll never guess what I got you for Christmas."
The Old Man - Mr. Parker (Darren McGavin): "A new furnace."
Ralphie: "That's a good one, Dad."
Narrator: "My old man was one of the most feared furnace-fighters in northern Indiana."


roundone.wav(117K) roundone.mp3(54K) roundone.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Round one was over. Parents, one. Kids, zip."


blurtitout.wav(703K) blurtitout.mp3(320K) blurtitout.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "I could feel the Christmas noose beginning to tighten. Maybe what happened next was inevitable."
Mrs. Parker (Melinda Dillon): "Ralphie, what would you like for Christmas?"
Narrator: "Horrified, I heard myself blurt it out."
Ralphie: "I want an official Red Ryder carbine action 200-shot range model air rifle."
Narrator: "Ooh."
Mrs. Parker: "No. You'll shoot your eye out."
Narrator: "Oh, no. It was the classic mother-BB gun block. 'You'll shoot your eye out.' That deadly phrase uttered many times before by hundreds of mothers was not surmountable by any means known to kid-dom."


noose.wav(62K) noose.mp3(29K) noose.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "I could feel the Christmas noose beginning to tighten."


tinkertoys.wav(688K) tinkertoys.mp3(313K) tinkertoys.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Oh, no. It was the classic mother-BB gun block. 'You'll shoot your eye out.' That deadly phrase uttered many times before by hundreds of mothers was not surmountable by any means known to kid-dom. But such was my mania, my desire for a Red Ryder carbine that I immediatly began to rebuild the dike."
Ralphie: "I was just kidding. Even though Flick is getting one. I guess I'd just like some Tinkertoys."
Narrator: "I couldn't believe my own ears. Tinkertoys? She'd never buy it."


oldsmobile.wav(122K) oldsmobile.mp3(56K) oldsmobile.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Some men are Baptists, others Catholics. My father was an Oldsmobile man."


clinker.wav(287K) clinker.mp3(131K) clinker.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Uh-huh. Uh-huh. It's a clinker! That blasted, stupid furnace. Dadgummit!"


thedamper.wav(904K) thedamper.mp3(411K) thedamper.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "(He falls down the basement stairs) Damn skates! Oh, for cripe's sake, open up the damper, will you? Who the hell turned it all the way down again? Oh, blast it! (He shouts jibberish)"
Narrator: "It the heat of battle, my father wove a tapestry of obscenity, that as far as we know, is still hanging in space over Lake Michigan."
The Old Man: "(He continues his jibberish)"


tapestry.wav(222K) tapestry.mp3(102K) tapestry.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "It the heat of battle, my father wove a tapestry of obscenity, that as far as we know, is still hanging in space over Lake Michigan."


deepsea.wav(109K) deepsea.mp3(50K) deepsea.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Preparing to go to school was like getting ready for extended deep-sea diving."


likeatick.wav(59K) likeatick.mp3(27K) likeatick.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "My kid bother looked like a tick about to pop."


myarms.wav(85K) myarms.mp3(39K) myarms.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "What is it?"
Randy: "I can't put my arms down!"


waitup.wav(150K) waitup.mp3(69K) waitup.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Randy: "Come on, guys, wait up! Come on, guys! Come on, guys, wait up."


fullofbeans.wav(1928K) fullofbeans.mp3(875K) fullofbeans.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Flick (Scott Schwartz): "You're full of beans and so's your old man."
Schwartz (R.D. Robb): "Oh, yeah?"
Flick: "Yeah."
Schwartz: "Say's who?"
Flick: "Say's me."
Schwartz: "Oh, yeah?"
Flick: "Yeah."
Schwartz: "Well, I double-dare you."
Narrator: "The exact exchange and nuance of phrase in this ritual is very important."
Flick: "Huh, are you kidding? Stick my toungue to that stupid pole? That's dumb."
Schwartz: "That's 'cause you' know it will stick!"
Flick: "You're full of it."
Schwartz: "Oh, yeah?"
Flick: "Yeah."
Schwartz: "Well, I double dog-dare you!"
Narrator: "Now it was serious. A double dog-dare. What else was left but a 'triple-dare you'? And finally, the coup de grace of all dares, the sinister triple dog-dare."
Schwartz: "I triple dog-dare you!"
Narrator: "Hm, Schwartz created a slight breach of etiquette by skipping the triple-dare and going right for the throat."
Flick: "Alright, alright. "
Schwartz: "Well, go on, smart ass, and do it!"
Flick: "I'm going! I'm going."
Narrator: "Flick's spine stiffened, his lips curled in a defiant sneer. There was no going back now."
Flick: "This is nothing. Stuck? Stuck! Stuck! Stuck! (He then starts screaming)"


dareyou.wav(915K) dareyou.mp3(416K) dareyou.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Schwartz: "Oh, yeah?"
Flick: "Yeah."
Schwartz: "Well, I double-dare you."
Narrator: "The exact exchange and nuance of phrase in this ritual is very important."
Flick: "Huh, are you kidding? Stick my toungue to that stupid pole? That's dumb."
Schwartz: "That's 'cause you' know it will stick!"
Flick: "You're full of it."
Schwartz: "Oh, yeah?"
Flick: "Yeah."
Schwartz: "Well, I double dog-dare you!"
Narrator: "Now it was serious. A double dog-dare. What else was left but a 'triple-dare you'? And finally, the coup de grace of all dares, the sinister triple dog-dare."
Schwartz: "I triple dog-dare you!"
Narrator: "Hm, Schwartz created a slight breach of etiquette by skipping the triple-dare and going right for the throat."
Flick: "Alright, alright. "


doubledogdare.wav(49K) doubledogdare.mp3(22K) doubledogdare.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Schwartz: "Well, I double dog-dare you!"


etiquette.wav(214K) etiquette.mp3(98K) etiquette.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Schwartz: "I triple dog-dare you!"
Narrator: "Hm, Schwartz created a slight breach of etiquette by skipping the triple-dare and going right for the throat."


tripledogdare.wav(63K) tripledogdare.mp3(29K) tripledogdare.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Schwartz: "I triple dog-dare you!"


stuck.wav(416K) stuck.mp3(189K) stuck.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Flick: "This is nothing. Stuck? Stuck! Stuck! Stuck! (He then starts screaming)"


bellrang.wav(326K) bellrang.mp3(149K) bellrang.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Flick: "Don't leave, come back! Come back! Don't leave me, come back!"
Ralphie: "But the bell rang."
Schwartz: "Well, what are we gonna do?!"
Ralphie: "I don't know. The bell rang."
Flick: "No, don't leave me, come back! Come back, come back!"


guilt.wav(708K) guilt.mp3(322K) guilt.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Miss Shields (Tedde Moore): "I'm sure that the guilt you feel is far worse than any punishment you might receive. Now, don't you feel terrible? Don't you feel remorse for what you have done? Well, that's all I'm going to say about poor Flick."
Ralphie: "Adults love to say things like that. But kids know better. We knew darn well it was always better not to get caught."


yelloweyes.wav(257K) yelloweyes.mp3(117K) yelloweyes.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "We were trapped. There he stood, between us and the alley. Scott Farkus, staring out at us with his yellow eyes. He had yellow eyes! So help me God, yellow eyes."


likeaslug.wav(84K) likeaslug.mp3(39K) likeaslug.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Randy lay there like a slug. It was his only defense."


rabble.wav(119K) rabble.mp3(55K) rabble.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "In our world, you were either a bully, a toady, or one of the nameless rabble of victims."


whosnext.wav(63K) whosnext.mp3(29K) whosnext.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Grover Dill (Yano Anaya): "Alright, who's next?"


skunkedagain.wav(39K) skunkedagain.mp3(18K) skunkedagain.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Oh! Skunked again."


fluidity.wav(523K) fluidity.mp3(238K) fluidity.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "'What I want for Christmas. What I want for Christmas is a Red Ryder BB gun with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time.' Wow, that's great. 'I think that everybody should have a Red Ryder BB gun. They're very good for Christmas. I don't think that a football's a very good Christmas present.'"
Narrator: "Oh, rarely had the words poured from my penny pencil with such feverish fluidity."


thatsgreat.wav(191K) thatsgreat.mp3(87K) thatsgreat.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "'What I want for Christmas. What I want for Christmas is a Red Ryder BB gun with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time.' Wow, that's great."


majorprize.wav(546K) majorprize.mp3(248K) majorprize.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Ha ha, I won! I won! I won, I won, I won!"
Mrs. Parker: "What? What? What?"
The Old Man: "A major prize! A major prize! I won, I won, I won! Look at that. Look at that. A Western Union telegram. Tonight, tonight. It's coming tonight. Tonight, tonight, tonight. Hot damn, tonight."
Mrs. Parker: "What does this mean here?"
The Old Man: "It mean-- Oh-- It means it's coming tonight! See, I called Ernie McClosky down at the freight depot. He said that the telegram was late, that the prize was already there, he was going to send it on tonight."


iwon.wav(172K) iwon.mp3(79K) iwon.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Ha ha, I won! I won! I won, I won, I won!"
Mrs. Parker: "What? What? What?"
The Old Man: "A major prize! A major prize! I won, I won, I won!"


tonight.wav(148K) tonight.mp3(68K) tonight.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Tonight, tonight. It's coming tonight. Tonight, tonight, tonight. Hot damn, tonight."
Mrs. Parker: "What does this mean here?"
The Old Man: "It mean-- Oh-- It means it's coming tonight!"


haveachew.wav(85K) haveachew.mp3(39K) haveachew.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Go on, have a chew, fellas, on me. It's my gift."


smellybuggers.wav(42K) smellybuggers.mp3(20K) smellybuggers.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Serves you right, you smelly buggers!"


bowlingalley.wav(320K) bowlingalley.mp3(146K) bowlingalley.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Or it could be a bowling alley. You know, a guy on Terre Haute won a bowling alley."
Mrs. Parker: "How are they going to deliver alley here tonight?"
The Old Man: "Well, they could send the deed, for cripe's sake. I mean, I didn't expect they were going to send the whole damn bowling alley."


wonteat.wav(147K) wonteat.mp3(67K) wonteat.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Every family has a kid who won't eat. My kid brother had not eaten voluntarily in over three years."


eatit.wav(201K) eatit.mp3(92K) eatit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "Oh, Randy, don't play with your food, eat it!"
Randy: "Aw, gee."
Mrs. Parker: "Starving people would be happy to have that."


hotmeal.wav(97K) hotmeal.mp3(45K) hotmeal.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "My mother had not had a hot meal for herself in fifteen years."


meatloaf.wav(146K) meatloaf.mp3(67K) meatloaf.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Randy: "Meatloaf, smeatloaf, double beetloaf. I hate meatloaf!"


kidtoeat.wav(129K) kidtoeat.mp3(59K) kidtoeat.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Alright, I'll get that kid to eat. Where's my screwdriver and my plumber's helper? I'll open up his mouth and I'll shove it in."


whatisit.wav(123K) whatisit.mp3(56K) whatisit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Freight Man (Jim Hunter): "You parker?"
The Old Man: "Yeah, yeah."
Freight Man: "Alright, sign here."
The Old Man: "Yeah. Well, what is it?"
Freight Man: "I don't know."
The Old Man: "What's in it?"


fragile.wav(159K) fragile.mp3(73K) fragile.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Uh, 'Fra-gee-lay.' That must be Italian."
Mrs. Parker: "I think that says 'fragile', honey."
The Old Man: "Oh, yeah."


anything.wav(99K) anything.mp3(46K) anything.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "My god, there could be anything in there!"


statue.wav(667K) statue.mp3(303K) statue.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Oh, boy. Oh, boy, oh, boy."
Mrs. Parker: "What?"
The Old Man: "Would you look at that?"
Mrs. Parker: "What?"
The Old Man: "Would you look at that?!"
Mrs. Parker: "Wh-- What is it?"
The Old Man: "We-- It-- It's a leg!"
Mrs. Parker: "But what is it?"
The Old Man: "Well, it's-- it's-- It's a leg. You know, like in a statue."
Mrs. Parker: "Statue?"
The Old Man: "Yeah, statue!"
Ralphie: "Yeah, statue."
Mrs. Parker: "Ralphie!"
Narrator: "My mother was trying to insinuate herself between us and the statue."


itsaleg.wav(295K) itsaleg.mp3(134K) itsaleg.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Oh, boy. Oh, boy, oh, boy."
Mrs. Parker: "What?"
The Old Man: "Would you look at that?"
Mrs. Parker: "What?"
The Old Man: "Would you look at that?!"
Mrs. Parker: "Wh-- What is it?"
The Old Man: "We-- It-- It's a leg!"


fourthofjuly.wav(230K) fourthofjuly.mp3(105K) fourthofjuly.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Oh, look at that! Will you look at that, isn't that glorious? It's, it's it's-- It's indescribably beautiful. It reminds me of the Fourth of July!"


thestreet.wav(165K) thestreet.mp3(75K) thestreet.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "It's indescribably beautiful. It reminds me of the Fourth of July! Turn off all the lights. I wanna see what it looks like from the street."


mindpower.wav(266K) mindpower.mp3(122K) mindpower.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Swede (Bob Clark): "It looks like a lamp."
The Old Man: "It is a lamp, you nincompoop. But it's a major award. I won it."
Swede: "Damn, hell, you say you won it?"
The Old Man: "Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Mind power, Swede, mind power."


fromouthere.wav(66K) fromouthere.mp3(31K) fromouthere.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Oh, you should see what it looks like from out here!"


goodtrees.wav(74K) goodtrees.mp3(34K) goodtrees.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "If we don't hurry we're going to miss all the good trees!"


thisheretree.wav(567K) thisheretree.mp3(258K) thisheretree.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Tree Man (Les Carlson): "Now, you ain't gonna find no better tree than this here tree. This here tree is built to last. Ain't no needles coming off this here tree. (They look down at the pile of needles that fell off so he throws that tree aside) Okay. Now here's a tree. This here is a tree."
Mrs. Parker: "That's a little skimpy in the front."
Tree Man: "Well, you just put it in the corner."
The Old Man: "Haven't you got a big tree?"
Tree Man: "Yeah. Hell, this ain't no tree. Now here's a tree. This here is a tree."


ohfudge.wav(369K) ohfudge.mp3(168K) ohfudge.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "Oh, fudge."
Narrator: "Only I didn't say 'fudge.' I said the word. The big one. The queen mother of dirty words. The 'f, dash, dash, dash' word."


didyousay.wav(163K) didyousay.mp3(74K) didyousay.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "What did you say?"
Ralphie: "Uh, um."
The Old Man: "That's what I thought you said."


iwasdead.wav(279K) iwasdead.mp3(128K) iwasdead.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "It was all over. I was dead. What would it be: The guillotine, hanging, the chair, the rack, the Chinese water torture? Huh, mere child's play compared to what surely awaited me."


soap.wav(286K) soap.mp3(131K) soap.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Over the years, I got to be quite a connoisseur of soap. My personal preference is for Lux, but I found Palmolive had a nice piquant, after-dinner flavor. Heady, bit with just a touch of mellow smoothness."


justsaid.wav(770K) justsaid.mp3(350K) justsaid.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "Mrs. Schwartz, do you know what Ralph just said?"
Mrs Schwartz: "(incoherent over the phone.)"
Mrs. Parker: "No, not that. He said... (She whispers into the phone)"
Mrs Schwartz: "No, not that!"
Mrs. Parker: "Yes, that. Do you know where he heard it?"
Mrs Schwartz: "Probably from his father."
Mrs. Parker: "No! He heard it from your son!"
Mrs Schwartz: "What?! What?! What?! (Heard faintly over the phone she is spanking her son)"
Schwartz: "Ah! What'd I do, Mom? Why? I didn't do nothing! Ah! Ah!"


gonnagetit.wav(174K) gonnagetit.mp3(80K) gonnagetit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "You are being punished, so no comic book reading. I'm gonna come in there, and if any lights are on-- Don't you give me that look! You're gonna get it!"


paidoff.wav(333K) paidoff.mp3(152K) paidoff.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "The weeks of drinking gallons of Ovaltine in order to get the Ovaltine inner seal to send off for my Little Orphan Annie secret decoder pen, was about to pay off."
Ralphie: "I got it. 'Master Ralph Parker.' My decoder pen!"


commercial.wav(136K) commercial.mp3(62K) commercial.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "A crummy commercial? Son of a bitch!"


hasticklefifer.wav(304K) hasticklefifer.mp3(159K) hasticklefifer.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "You filthy system! (jibberish) Schmucker! Smelly watt-buster! Grou shun frattenhaus ha stickle fifer! You bladderpus nut grafter!"


notafinger.wav(172K) notafinger.mp3(79K) notafinger.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "The old man stood quivering with fury, stammering as he tried to come up with a real crusher. All ho got out was:"
The Old Man: "Not a finger!"


taps.wav(459K) taps.mp3(209K) taps.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "With as much dignity as he could muster, the old man gathered up the sad remains of his shattered major award. Later that night, alone in the backyard, he buried it next to the garage. Now I could never be sure but I thought I heard the sound of taps being played gently."


obscenities.wav(304K) obscenities.mp3(139K) obscenities.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "I have since heard of people under extreme duress speaking in strange tongues. I became conscious that a steady torrent of obscenities and swearing of all kinds was pouring out of me as I screamed."


thematter.wav(513K) thematter.mp3(233K) thematter.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "Randy? Hi. What's the matter? What you crying for?"
Randy: "Daddy's gonna kill Ralphie."
Mrs. Parker: "Oh, no he's not."
Randy: "Yes, he is, too."
Mrs. Parker: "No, he's not. I promise you Daddy is not going to kill Ralphie."


killralphie.wav(136K) killralphie.mp3(62K) killralphie.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. Parker: "What's the matter? What you crying for?"
Randy: "Daddy's gonna kill Ralphie."


destroyed.wav(80K) destroyed.mp3(37K) destroyed.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "I slowly began to realize I was not about to be destroyed."


zerohour.wav(157K) zerohour.mp3(72K) zerohour.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Let's face it. Most of us were scoffers. But moments before zero hour, it did not pay to take chances."


hohoho.wav(85K) hohoho.mp3(39K) hohoho.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Santa Claus (Jeff Gillen): "Ho ho ho!"


wantforchristmas.wav(1253K) wantforchristmas.mp3(569K) wantforchristmas.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Santa Clause: "What do you want for Christmas, little boy?"
Narrator: "My mind had gone blank. Frantically I tried to remember what it was I wanted. I was blowing it, blowing it."
Male Elf (Drew Hocevar): "Come on, kid."
Santa Clause: "How about a nice football?"
Narrator: "Football. What's a football? Without conscious will, my voice squeaked out:"
Ralphie: "Yeah."
Santa Clause: "Football. Okay, get him out of here."
Narrator: "A football! Oh, no. What was I doing? Wake up, stupid, wake up! No!"
Ralphie: "No! No, no. I want an official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle."
Santa Clause: "You'll shoot you eye out, kid. Merry Christmas. Ho ho ho."
Ralphie: "No!"


holdit.wav(289K) holdit.mp3(132K) holdit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Hold it! Don't anybody move! Hold it right there! A fuse is out."
Narrator: "The old man could replace fuses quicker than a jackrabbit on a date. He bought 'em by the gross."


wow.wav(33K) wow.mp3(16K) wow.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ralphie: "Wow."


thatsmine.wav(251K) thatsmine.mp3(115K) thatsmine.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Randy: "Wow, a truck! That's mine! Wow, little, right here! That's mine! What's in here? Oh, it's hard. Fire truck, Oh boy, that's mine!"


azeppelin.wav(105K) azeppelin.mp3(48K) azeppelin.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Randy: "Wow, whoopie, a zeppelin!"


turkeyjunkie.wav(304K) turkeyjunkie.mp3(139K) turkeyjunkie.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Now it is well know throughout the Midwest that the old man is a turkey junkie. A bona fide golly turkicanis freak. A few days before Christmas his eyes would begin to gleam with a wild and ravenous light."


shotmyeyeout.wav(51K) shotmyeyeout.mp3(24K) shotmyeyeout.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Oh, my god, I shot my eye out!"


bumpuses.wav(86K) bumpuses.mp3(40K) bumpuses.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Sons a bitchin! Bumpuses!"


outtoeat.wav(179K) outtoeat.mp3(82K) outtoeat.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Old Man: "Alright, everybody upstairs, get dressed. We are going out to eat."


wewishyou.wav(240K) wewishyou.mp3(109K) wewishyou.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Soundtrack: "(A short clip of a music only version of We Wish You a Merry Christmas from A Christmas Story)"


bestgift.wav(355K) bestgift.mp3(162K) bestgift.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Narrator: "Next to me in the blackness lay my oiled blue-steel beauty. The greatest Christmas gift I had ever received or would ever receive. Gradually, I drifted off to sleep, pranging ducks on the wing and getting off spectacular hip shots."

 
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