The first year of Mellowmas (2006) was only twelve days long. Six of those days took place at Jeff’s website, which met its demise in the fall of 2007 due to an unscrupulous hosting company. I don’t remember how we came across this Glenn Medeiros track, but I assume Jeff had it lying around. I hate him. — Jason

Glenn Medeiros – Merry Christmas Darling (download)

The Glenn Medeiros Christmas Album

From The Glenn Medeiros Christmas Album (RECORDED IN HAWAII)

Jeff: Wait, is Glenn a girl’s name?

Jason: Seriously! Is that a girl or a guy? Glad we’re on the same page here.

He still has one wish to make. ”Santa, please give me testicles.”

Jeff: I bet you think these are real drums.

Jason: Those drums? Definitely. Oh, his vocal is so sensitive!

Jeff: If by “sensitive” you mean “nauseating,” then absolutely.

Jason: Glenn probably dressed in really young clothes in the late ’90s and auditioned for Backstreet Boys.

”Every day’s a holiday when I’m near something something.” I can’t understand this douchebag.

Jeff: I think he said “glory hole.”

Jason: Ha ha ha ha ha! Oh, he throws in “Happy New Year, too.” That’s to try and ensure post 12/25 play.

Jeff: Whoa.

Jason: Oh, you’re at the solo, aren’t you.

Jeff: He’s trying to channel Jarreau here.

Jason: The scat solo. And by ”scat,” I don’t mean what you think I mean.

Jeff: Ha! Jarreau as done by a very drunk Robbie Nevil.

Jason: C’est la vie, Jeff. That solo was awful. Thank god it’s over. This Christmas, I wish you were far away from me, Glenn.

Jeff: Oh, man, it’s still going here. How did you get it to end so quickly?

Jason: I feel bad for you.

Jeff: I think I know why this woman isn’t with him on Christmas Eve. Or man. Whatever.

Jason: Because he sucks? This song could have faded out two minutes ago. “Merry Christmas, darling.” Falsetto!

Jeff: Yeah, I thought he was in falsetto all along. My bad. Wait, no, Glenn’s bad.

Jason: No, he was just being breathy. Y’know, sensitive.

Jeff: That was the worst one yet.

Jason: Yeah, that one was painful.

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Jeff Giles and Jason Hare

Two people, separate rooms Trying to hurt the other Bound together by destiny Is there nothing they won’t do? Will we never see them through?

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