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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 12:36 pm 
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Usually there is a topic on here about what people got for Xmas but I get more enjoyment from what I give.

So what did you give for Xmas this year .

I gave my 22 year old son a course of rabies vaccinations. He is going birdwatching in January to Thailand , Laos, and Burma.

My wife got some nosilif clothing which will be handy for our honeymoon in the new year. Plus some sealskinz gloves for walking the dog.

My teeenage daughter got cash as she is a friggin nightmare to buy for.

My 12 year old got a course of scuba lessons.






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I was considering wrapping and sending out Cronus an olive branch.
Just in the hope that medical science will find a miraculous breakthrough for his terminal myopia in 2019.

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I hear those new glasses that cure colour blindness can also help loony lefticle blinkerednessness. I was going to send some to tigertot but his doctor said he's also got Tradeunionism. Or was it Communism? I forget. Whatever, it's incurable. :D

For the rest of you demonstrate concerning symptoms of deaf/blind/dumb EUphilia, I retain faith modern medicine will find a way, although your sickness is a particularly stubborn and sorry ailment. My sympathies.

For those itching to diagnose me with xenophobia or some similarly unpleasant ailment, I can assure you my tests are, and always have been, thoroughly clear. 8)

Hope you all had a merry Xmas yer filthy deluded lefty animals. :ROCKS:

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Durham Giant wrote:The one eyed man is the king in the land of the blind


It didn't do Harold Godwinson much good on a field in East Sussex.

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Durham Giant wrote:The one eyed man is the king in the land of the blind


Albeit in the land of the blind, surely his one eye is blind too ?

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Durham Giant wrote:Usually there is a topic on here about what people got for Xmas but I get more enjoyment from what I give.

So what did you give for Xmas this year .


It's nothing more than a gross capitalist conspiracy, dreamed up by Coca Cola & McDonalds. Therefore I shunned it completely & did 2 weeks voluntary work in Venezuela.






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