Stevo 666 wrote:
Hands up if you're enjoying Christmas :twisted:
I'm not into sheep and certainly don't fancy the rest. In future can we forget being PC.
Happy Christmas to the deprived, depraved and degenerates.
Duty done, Christmas lunch consumed, Irish coffee finished and I'm heading for the land of nod...
I'm so sorry I missed the Christmas wishes, I clicked on the thread to share a Christmas story. Merry Christmas everyone, specially crumby and Bally. Yes Bally one of the 12 dishes on Christmas Eve was carp, once you've picked the bones out, the few flakes of fish that are left are quite tasty.
Anyway Christmas true story.
My parents live in Sussex and Christmas Day is usually quite a somber affair so we tend to avoid. They have always invited lonely old relatives for Christmas dinner but we've run out, so this year they invited a lonely elderly neighbour. Christmas dinner was consumed without incident and my parents and elderly neighbour (Julie) retired to the living room for some wine and a movie. My mother offered Julie some more wine and on her return she found that Julie had dropped dead in the armchair! Dad performed CPR till the ambulance arrived and the paramedics worked on her for 50 mins but to no avail. What a bloody Christmas!
Now that is quite sombre.
So for Christmas Seano bumped off an old lady and stole her presents?