There must be something about me you like. The Big Red Machine? The Bengals? My home town `Natti?
Let's be friends come friend me on Twitter.
Keep spreading the love.
G. (Not Tim, Who's Tim?)
I like that you're completely insane. Anyone that still manages to be a Bengals fan can't be all that bad - as a Cards fan I know what a historically and hysterically awful football team can do to one's psyche.
Krampus is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish bad children during the Yule season, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards nice ones with gifts. Krampus is said to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair. Krampus is represented as a beast-like creature, generally demonic in appearance. The creature has roots in Germanic folklore. Traditionally young men dress up as the Krampus in Austria, southern Bavaria, South Tyrol, Hungary, Slovenia andCroatia during the first week of December, particularly on the evening of 5 December (the eve of Saint Nicholas day on many church calendars), and roam the streets frightening children with rusty chains and bells. Krampus is featured on holiday greeting cards called Krampuskarten. There are many names for Krampus, as well as many regional variations in portrayal and celebration.