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Any Christmas howlers?
26-12-2005, 12:23 PM
Post: #1
Any Christmas howlers?

Anything that had you laughing out loud or crying into your beer?

Did you forget to serve the sprouts or did you reduce your pudding to cinders?

Put all your Christmas Trivia here Wink

My son was setting up my grandson's new mobile phone for him and he said "what's the date mum?" :laugh:
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26-12-2005, 02:46 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
I guess you had to be here for this one, but my daughter who is thirteen, I might add, had us rolling up. We were talking about Gold Frankincense and Myrrh and I asked Kirby what Myrrh was. He didn't know so I asked Alyssa and she said well it was something that was given to the baby Jesus by the Three Kings, and then said it was also something slimey found on trees. Of course we were all puzzled at that point until she said that it grandad had told her it was and it was green. Of course we then realised she was talking about moss, but had totally got it muddled up. It was hilarious. You just have to know my daughter and what an airhead she can be sometimes. She is actually quite intelligent but has her head in the clouds the majority of times.:laugh:

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26-12-2005, 03:17 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
BTW Crit, I've been known to ask the dates on obvious days also. Blush

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26-12-2005, 07:01 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
Spencer got a Razor scooter and rode it all over the house till Midnight...mind you my house is in a state of remodling and I have 1950's CRAP lino that we cannot pull up due to the possiblity of asbestos, so it must be covered with luan and carpet and/or new lino. But he was having a blast and I couldn't help but laughing at his delight. On a low note....I'm sick!:cry: Sore throat, coughing, generally feeling like fekkkkkkkkk! No docs open and I'd rather die than go to the ER!!! Hope everyone had a great time!!

p.s. Tiggs, I've got one of those very smart airheads myself!!:wink2:

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26-12-2005, 09:56 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
My son sounding ever so posh and asking my Dad to dance by saying, "Grandad, will you step onto the dance floor"

Just to let you know, we aren't posh and mum and dad haven't got a dance floor in their house. They just live above a masonic hall and are basically the caretakers of said hall, but it means we get to use all the rooms whilst we are here, hence why my kids have been running around like maniacs for the last few days.

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26-12-2005, 10:44 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
Andrea Wrote:My son sounding ever so posh and asking my Dad to dance by saying, "Grandad, will you step onto the dance floor"

Just to let you know, we aren't posh and mum and dad haven't got a dance floor in their house. They just live above a masonic hall and are basically the caretakers of said hall, but it means we get to use all the rooms whilst we are here, hence why my kids have been running around like maniacs for the last few days.

Can't they be a hoot Andrea!!!!:kid: :wink2:

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28-12-2005, 01:23 PM
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Andrea Wrote:My son sounding ever so posh and asking my Dad to dance by saying, "Grandad, will you step onto the dance floor"

Just to let you know, we aren't posh and mum and dad haven't got a dance floor in their house. They just live above a masonic hall and are basically the caretakers of said hall, but it means we get to use all the rooms whilst we are here, hence why my kids have been running around like maniacs for the last few days.

it's alright Andrea ... we know you're not posh!! :kid:

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28-12-2005, 01:38 PM
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Any Christmas howlers?
My aunt bought my gran and papa a DVD player for Christmas. My papa then went around everyone saying that my aun had given them a "VD for Christmas" :wacko:

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28-12-2005, 05:55 PM
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Not a howler but two very sweet moments concerning my middle neice...she's 3...

Her friend came to visit on Christmas Eve and my neice took a full ten minutes or so discussing the various tree decorations in great depth with her totally captivated pal whose eyes grew wider with each new discovery.

The second moment was being told, very politely, by my neice in these words: 'You may only have one more chocolate and then you must put the lid back on as that is quite enough.' ......ooooo I thought...she certainly didn't learn to speak that proper from my brother...must be her mother! :wacko:

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28-12-2005, 06:49 PM
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I think the howler of the day had to be when middle buzzlet was opneing his presents and came to the one his friend from school had given him and he announced in front of the outlaws that 'he felt like a right prick walking home from school carrying this'Blush

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