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Seasons Greetings

People look less anxious in the tearoom this time of year when finding themselves beside some colleague who they don't really care for during the agonising wait for the kettle to boil. There's no need for fiddling with spoons or pretending to be really interested in the expiry date of the milk or the ancient notices of the noticeboard. All they have to do is say, Are you all organised for Christmas? and the other person will go, Oh hardly! Leaving it til the last minute as usual! And they both faux-chortle just as the water rumbles.

Pour, stir, hasty exit.

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8 thoughts on “Seasons Greetings

  1. Hey Shauna, in a similar vein … check this out:

    Xmas shopping breaks office kitchen ice – briefly.

    Your blog is the best ever, by the way. 🙂

  2. Hey Shauna, in a similar vein … check this out:

    Xmas shopping breaks office kitchen ice – briefly.

    Your blog is the best ever, by the way. 🙂

  3. Oops. Sorry. Don’t you hate it when you get an error, so you do something again and then it works both times. 🙁

  4. Ah well they’ll be able to talk to each other again in the summer when there’s that one hot day you get each year and everyone says

    “Is it warm enough for you?”

  5. well… shit! i had no idea about that thing on that other site. i assure you all it’s a healthy coincidence!

  6. G’day Shauna.

    I used a site called “instantposition.com” that gives a misleading picture of how many sites are linking to yours (it’s usually out by a coupla hundred links). Anyway I cruised to the end of the 140 or so identical links it spat out for our site, http://www.dailyripper.com, and there you were.

    Just goes to show it can be worth viewing ALL the search engine results. Thanks for your comment above on the Latham story – that was one of mine. Return to our site now for the Queen’s Christmas message.

    Rip van Snorter

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