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The identity of today’s ornament is a Cootchie contest.

Answer this question in a comment: What is the red rectangle near the top of our little tree?

The winner will receive this lovely Finnish lady to give some cheer next holiday season.

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For previous Cootchie contests:

It Doesn’t Often Snow at Christmas

Show Me the Money!

It’s Weird. It’s Strange. It’s a Christmas Song?

This post is part of the series Roll Out the Holly, about the stories Christmas ornaments can conjure. Click here to read the series from the beginning.

52 Comments Post a comment
  1. A diagram showing the effect of gravity on an overloaded, airborne sleigh?

    December 22, 2012
  2. An architectural model ornament which allows Shadow Ninjas to doodle by tracing the shapes. God forbid that an archy-Dude have to doodle free form, it would ruin their psyche for life.

    December 22, 2012
  3. A spank bank?

    I love the Finnish lady! She is so cool!

    And the Eiffel Tower in the background. ;)

    December 22, 2012
    • You are supposed to be guessing the identity of the first ornament, Carnell, not the second.

      December 22, 2012
  4. Oh this is going to drive me nuts. I was about to say the traditional flag of …. but then I realized those were snowmen and a dog. Now I have to know, Andra. Don’t let your riddle ruin my Christmas :)

    December 22, 2012
    • Tori, I am confident that you can make a better guess than these dudes…..

      December 22, 2012
  5. The symbol of a dog sled tournament. (I don’t want to win, just wanted to guess. I’m with Tori, don’t drive me crazy, I’m already there.)

    December 22, 2012
    • You are entitled to be crazy right now, Lisa. It is hard to miss a dad. xo

      December 22, 2012
  6. Umm, is it a placard telling Santa to wipe the snow from his boots, park his reindeer outside and leave the loot there, under the tree?

    December 22, 2012
  7. A complicated algorithm, which, when deciphered correctly, presents the Da Vinci code.

    December 22, 2012
  8. Ok, I am going to guess some sort of exit sign that was at a medical facility outside of the U.S.

    December 22, 2012
  9. Looks like a fireplace with stockings hanging & Santa dropping down to me. :-)

    December 22, 2012
  10. Sign for the restroom near the Great Wall of China. Just guessing here. Thanks, but don’t need yet another ornament.

    December 22, 2012
  11. Why it is a child’s eye view of Christmas.
    Santa and presents plus the night brings a new dog and the chance to build snowmen on Christmas day, of course

    December 22, 2012
  12. It’s a naked Santa with props that gets assembled into a something

    December 22, 2012
    • Fiona, you are so close. Make me mail something to Belfast. Spurs Fan will love it. :)

      December 22, 2012
  13. It took me a good amount of searching around, but it is one part of a Christmas Scene Architectural Model Kit! It was clever to only include the red part and not the green too! I used to put little kits like that together when I was a kid so I recognized the sheet!

    December 22, 2012
    • This is a contest cock block.

      December 22, 2012
      • LOL

        December 22, 2012
      • it’s not so much about cock blocks as it is about putting finnish ladies in the spank bank lol

        December 22, 2012
      • MTM has come up with a new version. He is putting things in his Gault bank, for where we’re headed today. Not quite as snappy, though.

        December 22, 2012
      • from wiki “Gault is a clay formation of stiff blue clay deposited in a calm, fairly deep water marine environment…”

        that works still I think, a stiff formation depositing deep into a wet place….

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gault

        December 22, 2012
      • I am crying, Kenneth. You got a big laugh from MTM, top.

        December 22, 2012
      • *takes a bow* :)

        December 22, 2012
  14. A long shot. Himmeli?

    December 22, 2012
  15. Huh… My earlier comment isn’t here… In the spam? Anyway… a snowman recipe was my guess.

    December 22, 2012
  16. plastic pieces that you snap out to assemble into something, of which I do not know… a sleigh, some snowmen, Santa, ornaments, bags of toys and I don’t know what the hell the dog is doing there…

    that ornament will look nice on my tree…

    December 22, 2012
    • p.s. I see your tree is in front of the Eiffel Tower photo I crave… do I get any points for that?

      December 22, 2012
    • A very good guess.

      December 23, 2012
  17. I’ve got it!

    An unidentified red rectangular object hanging on MTM’s and Andra’s Christmas Tree, near the top, which must be named in order to win a Finnish Woodcut Ornament of a woman (with antlers!) in this Cootchie Contest.

    December 22, 2012
  18. Got it! It is … 1/100 ARCHITECTURAL MODEL ACCESSORIES SERIES
    No.8 Christmas. See http://en.kamigu.jp/item/1100_no8.html

    December 22, 2012
    • And the exact image is here -> http://kamigu.jp/item/files/tenkei08_05.jpg

      December 22, 2012
    • Kenneth already cheated in this manner, only he did not post the link. Will you two fight over her?

      December 23, 2012
      • I did not cheat! How did I cheat?!? I figured it out. The prize, she is mine!!

        December 23, 2012
      • I am teasing both of you.

        December 23, 2012
      • Yikes, I didn’t mean to cheat, I just answered! Sorry!

        December 23, 2012
      • See note to Carnell.

        December 23, 2012
      • I am pouting now. Do you know the amount of photoshop effort that went into cleaning up that image to isolate the figure in question so that I could then get it “correct” enough to submit to an image search engine and then eliminate all the crap responses?

        December 23, 2012
      • lol, you did it the hard way then Carnell! Luckily for me I had a good starting point putting those together back in the day!

        December 23, 2012

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