Erica Scott: Life, Love and Spanking

Ruminations, opinionated observations, darkly humorous blathering and the occasional rant from an outspoken spanko and unapologetic attention wh–, um, hog.

A Special Christmas Parody

Those of you who have been with me for years (and thank you) know I like to write a spanko parody of a Christmas carol at this time of year. And I still might — the month is young. But for now, I have something extra.

When I restarted this blog a year and a half ago, I said that I wouldn’t be talking about politics, that they really had no business on a spanking blog. I still feel that way, so don’t worry, I’m not going in that direction. However, despite the efforts of this clusterfuck of an administration, we haven’t completely devolved into Gilead just yet, and it’s still a woman’s prerogative to change her mind. So, I present this holiday treat to you, to the tune of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”


Donald the Orange Menace

Donald the Orange Menace,
Had a very slimy past,
Now thanks to the impeachment,
It’s gonna bite him in the ass!

All of his crooks and cronies
Used to laugh and call folks names
They always joined The Dotard
As he played his lying games!

Then one happy Judgment Day,
Nancy came to say,
“Donald, you’re a hopeless blight,
Please resign and leave tonight!”

All of the “snowflakes” loathed him
And they shouted out with glee
“Donald the Orange Menace,
You’ll go down in flames, you’ll see!”

As my readers know, in general, I encourage civil discourse and welcome people to disagree with me if they do so respectfully. But on this topic? Nuh uh. You don’t like this parody? Don’t like what I say about Trump? As your Führer likes to tweet, Too Bad! (He probably likes that phrase because it’s two words he can actually spell correctly.) Please feel free to go read something else, and leave me the hell alone. There is more than enough right-wing swill for you to wallow in out there.

Oh, and for those who will gloat that impeachment is a worthless joke, that nothing’s going to get him out — yeah, we may be stuck with him for another year, but the damage is done. He’s been shown for what he is: a complete disgrace, and the laughing stock of the entire freaking world.

Well, except for Russia….


I love anagrams, don’t you?

Anyway, MERRY CHRISTMAS — ah, screw that…


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17 thoughts on “A Special Christmas Parody

  1. 🤣 Love it! ❤️


  2. Anonymous on said:

    Hi Erica ☺❤ I Love it so funny Lol 😂 Sorry I haven’t been around much I been in and out of the emergency room a lot not fun at all ☹ I miss you, you’re the best 😀💕 You did an excellent job on this parody you always do, Have a nice weekend much Love and hugs from Jade xoxo ❤


  3. Anonymous on said:

    Good Anagram


  4. I like it.


  5. Quai Franklin on said:

    As a lyricist, you’ve got my stamp of approval 🙂

    And very funny too!

    Thank you for sharing your creativity and sense of humor 😀


  6. Anonymous on said:

    I think I’m probably more conservative than you are, but I agree with you that President Trump is a menace to this country. Do you sometimes feel like William Shatner in that Twilight Zone episode? (He saw the monster, but the people around him didn’t.

    I have another song parody to share:

    Donald hates the little children
    All the children of the world
    He will march you up the ramp
    To the concentration camp
    Donald hates the little children of the world.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Jpden — thanks; that’s for sure.

    Bob — good! Thank you.

    Quai — from a fellow creative soul, that is a wonderful compliment! Thank you.

    Anonymous — YES! We’re all William Shatner, and Trump is the monster tampering with the plane (AKA the country) trying to destroy us all.
    Oh, and about your parody… I think I love you.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Hahaha! Love it. Why don’t you tweet it, hashtag FOXnews or so


  9. Anonymous on said:

    Awesome. Songwriting, to me anyway, is the most difficult form of writing. So congratulations on nailing it, and I agree with every word.


  10. Mark — I do love my parodies, and yes, they take work and imagination. However, it’s not like writing a song from scratch. But thank you.


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