I've heard Ann Widdicomb despite being vegetarian really enjoys the trimmings that go with the Turkey.
In fact she claims she really looks forward to Christmas lunch as the only time she can enjoy a good stuffing once a year!
Every Christmas I'd come running downstairs to the big pile of presents and start unwrapping them as fast as I could. Sometimes there would be fights over who had the best toys but we would all make up later and sit down to have a three hour lunch before watching TV for the rest of the day.
I really miss working at the Royal Mail sorting office.
If we learn from our mistakes, why aint I a genius, If you educate the masses where's the advantage for the few?
Interesting point Bellers I've flirted with vegetarianism over the years but always seem to relapse.
I do remember many years back I cooked Mummy D1 and myself a vegetarian dinner which was chicken flavoured Quorn.
She commented after how much she enjoyed the chicken steaks and afterwards told her it was chicken flavoured Quorn so she changed her mind and said how horrible it was!
I can never understand why veggies always look for alternatives that taste like meat.
I swear this is true: My friend Lyn's granddaughter gave me a beautifully wrapped Christmas present, tied with a gold band when she was 5 years old. In was in the shape of a tiny basket and I put it on my Christmas tree.
I've never opened the gift and every year since I've put it on my festive tree. Recently I saw Laura, who's now 17 years old, and related the tale to her. Emitting a teenage smile she chortled and said, "it's a biscuit Malc!"
Well, it's on my tree today AND it will be next year.
My Christmas tree.
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