Nurse Peggy on family safari (with special guest) … #satire

Visiting family around the holidays is a lot like going on safari.

“Visiting family around the holidays is a lot like going on safari.”

"How do you figure that, Nurse Betty?"

“How do you figure that, Nurse Peggy?”

Observe things from a safe distance and you might learn something valuable. Get a little drunk and wander too close to the animals and you'll probably get eaten alive."

“Easy. Observe wildlife from a safe distance and you might learn something valuable. But get a little drunk and wander too close to the animals … and you’ll probably be eaten alive.”

"In my house it's best to get drunk at a safe distance and then eat EVERYTHING!"

“Then every holiday is like a safari, Peg. Only, at my house, it’s best to get drunk at a safe distance and then eat EVERYTHING!”

"Just as I suspected. Kenya has nothing on you, Paula."

“Just as I suspected, Paula. Safaris at the Deen house, indeed. Kenya has nothing on you.”

"Of course Kenya hasn't got anything on me. I never said one word about that rapper or the oily little Kardashian gal he married. Never! I'm innocent. Lord, I hope the media doesn't launch another witch-hunt. I can't take no more!"

“Of course Kenya hasn’t got anything on me. I never said one word about that nice rapper or the oily little gal he married — the one what likes to get peed-on. Never! I’m innocent. I swear. Lord, I hope the media doesn’t launch another witch-hunt. I can’t take a public relations disaster this year!”

"I swear, woman, you need to spend a year in Angola."

“I swear, woman, you need to spend a year with the people of Angola.”

"Angola? But I already know her people. Angola worked the salad station in my kitchen for years. Right?"

“Angola? But I already know her people, Peggy. Angola worked the salad station in my kitchen for twenty years. Lovely woman.”

"Did I really share a network with her? Really?"

“Did I really used to share a network with this individual? Really?”


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