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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DangerZone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/December/2014 at 03:58
merry christmas motherlickers.

back in work tonight, sigh.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote admin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/December/2014 at 11:08
Yorkshire Puddings are a must for christmas dinner.

I got cash, deodrant, a short sleeved smart shirt that will be too cold to wear for 4-5 months, Bassetts jelly babies, Forero Rocher and a book.

I'm now off on a pre lunch three mile walk to get in the spirit.
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Loads of new clothes, Diesel aftershave and a Hugo Boss watch, the missus did well with the presents.

Very mild weather down here in the south, as usual not even close to a white Christmas for us Brits, ah well snow is overrated anyway and causes all manner of hassle in this country.

The little'n enjoyed all her presents of which there were hundreds! Like Baz late last night I was assembling a kiddy kitchen set. Xmas is all about the kids, stops being fun when you reach adulthood, I quite enjoy the actual day but can't stand all the build up and all the expense and over the top preparation.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John The Baptist Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/December/2014 at 11:47
Can't say I enjoyed queuing for an hour just to get in a Pandora shop and pay a ton for something that cost about 10p to make.

Hoping the mrs has got me an Xbox One, otherwise I'm gonna have to pretend to like a ton of shit. Too hungover to put on a convincing smile for terrible presents
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Got tickets to the Smackdown taping in April at the O2, some aftershave, a coat, shirts, a jumper, two xbox one games, and some West Ham earphones - been awesome so far!




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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Loads of new clothes, Diesel aftershave and a Hugo Boss watch, the missus did well with the presents.

Very mild weather down here in the south, as usual not even close to a white Christmas for us Brits, ah well snow is overrated anyway and causes all manner of hassle in this country.

The little'n enjoyed all her presents of which there were hundreds! Like Baz late last night I was assembling a kiddy kitchen set. Xmas is all about the kids, stops being fun when you reach adulthood, I quite enjoy the actual day but can't stand all the build up and all the expense and over the top preparation.


Smegging kitchen was a pain to put together sodding flat packed stuff lol.

Christmas is indeed all about the kids these days. Personally I had a few books to read, some chocolate and the wife decided it would be fun to get me a onesie that makes me look like a teletubbie!

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I didn't get anything. But I didn't expect anything considering my wife is only just able to get herself around the house.

My kids got everything they wanted though, and I had fun watching them get what they wanted. I played a trick on my oldest son, and hid a bunch of his presents inside new pairs of pants, and everything was wrapped like it was clothes. By the time he got to the 4th pair of pants in a row, he was beet red trying to hold back tears, but to his credit he never complained once, and he did finally see a gift card to Steam in his forth pair of pants, and then went back and checked the pockets of his other pants he got and found a bunch more stuff and was then quite happy.

Now I'm pissed off like nothing else about how bad Microsoft's customer support is. Got the kids an Xbox One, and of course, it is the only device in the house that cannot connect to our router/modem, and MS Support is telling me to reconfigure the router/modem, despite all our computers, tablets, phones, and Nintendo's (Wii/-U, DS's) that all connect just fine the way it is. This of course means, that in order to get the Xbox One connected, I have to reconfigure every single other device in the house that can connect too. Fuck you Microsoft! I'm already sorry we got the Xbox.
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Christmas day 1 almost over and done with, doing it all over again tomorrow minus the roast dinner of course.

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So, that´s that. Christmas over. Got some cash, some sweet stuffs like chocolates and such, a (hopefully) good bottle of mead, a calendar for next year, a mousepad with the picture of my little niece on it. Also got a book from my great-grandfather, who´s been dead for decades now. Apparently he left the book with my grandma with written instructions that it´s to be given to me on Christmas 2014. That´s awesome in my book (pardon the pun).

Also got to eat some good food and spend some time with family. But honestly, I´m happy it´s over.
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The second part of the festivities over with time to get back to some normality now and onto working towards those new years goals.

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