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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    I was going to ban all mention of Christmas on this thread but instead I've decided to go for it and have as good a Christmas as possible.

    I'm thinking of buying a chicken for Christmas Day

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    Do something special for yourself and instead of chicken for Christmas day order in a Hooker and get yourself laid!!!

    The magnificent feeling might not last long but it would be worth it.

    And remember to do it before you consume all that wine.

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    Theres no way in hell that Kee Nok, overtime scratching, Worzel tightwad is paying for a Swedish brass on Christmas Day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Theres no way in hell that Kee Nok, overtime scratching, Worzel tightwad is paying for a Swedish brass on Christmas Day.
    Not s chaaaaance the brass would be Swedish. By getting your beef curtains, you'd most likely be doing your bit for a few kids behind the iron curtain though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Lom, in Norway, Christmas Day is on the 24th, is that the same in Sweden? How about the shops (ICA), do they stay open through the festive season?
    24th is xmas eve all over the world afaik and 25th is xmas day, so also in Sweden.
    We celebrate on the 24th with Disney clips on TV 3pm, afterwards we eat and later is the xmas gift opening.
    The 23rd is a normal working day, in some companies it is a half working day but shops are open until late in the evening for those who are late with their xmas gift shopping.
    The 25th is xmas lunch and then out in the city for the big sales shopping frenzy between xmas and new year which always starts on the 25th. Bargains on socks can be had during this period...

    The facebook poage of ICA Nära, Nya Varvet says that it is open all days 7-22 except for xmas eve (7-14) and xmas day (10-22).
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    Vote 1 for Swedish Brass.

    but get some new socks first

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    Top thrifty tip Mendip - save money on the yuletide brass and double up on the home delivery turkey...

    My post-lockdown commute back to work-da4d87e321451c59bde0e9804dbed2a6-jpg


    Once you have reamed out the sage and onion with your tentacle-tongue you can give it a proper stuffing with your chantenay

    Use a condom and she is still good to go for a main course



    If you do push the boat out and splash for the cosher swedish lover-lady on the big day then keep it strictly business and don't try and make any friendly smalltalk or pleasant pre-amble as the swedes consider this to be a tad impolite apparently, so I was reading on the BBC today...

    BBC - Travel - Why Swedes don’t speak to strangers

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    I don't know how this family thread has got onto the subject of prostitution in Sweden...

    ... but Hal's correct, I would almost certainly have to go Eastern European... which I'm not of course.


    And yes Dill, I would need a bit more overtime to go Swedish!

    Which I'm not.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Vote 1 for Swedish Brass.

    but get some new socks first
    The socks aren't a problem... I always take them off to do the deed... which I'm not so I can leave them on.

    KW, you're mistaking me for a northerner again. They probably leave their flat cap on as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Top thrifty tip Mendip - save money on the yuletide brass and double up on the home delivery turkey...

    Once you have reamed out the sage and onion with your tentacle-tongue you can give it a proper stuffing with your chantenay

    Use a condom and she is still good to go for a main course



    If you do push the boat out and splash for the cosher swedish lover-lady on the big day then keep it strictly business and don't try and make any friendly smalltalk or pleasant pre-amble as the swedes consider this to be a tad impolite apparently, so I was reading on the BBC today...

    BBC - Travel - Why Swedes don’t speak to strangers

    ^^ Dear God... what's happening to this thread?

    But I do still have a box of 10 Profils... so food for thought!

    Yeah, I read that too.

    Explains why I seem to get blanked so often... I used to say 'Good morning' to the prettier joggers on my way to work in the morning but they all completely ignored me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ch red wine and cider, and maybe even a bottle of malt. I won't be adding any raisins mind, cos I can't stand 'em.
    You sound like a a man

    Add vodka or snaps instead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Lom, in Norway, Christmas Day is on the 24th, is that the same in Sweden?
    Christmas Eve's day

    Evening of presents and dancing round the tree

    Most civiliced places does it like that

    1. Christmas day is for sleeping , hangover, drinking and eating again

    2. Christmas day repeat



    Edit:

    I see that Lom answered you already with his swedish cultural imperialisme

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post

    Christmas Eve's day

    Evening of presents and dancing round the tree

    Most civiliced places does it like that

    1. Christmas day is for sleeping , hangover, drinking and eating again

    2. Christmas day repeat

    That's what Boxing Day is for, you weirdos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    That's what Boxing Day is for, you weirdos.


    Boxing day is the greatest day on the Test cricket calendar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    The socks aren't a problem... I always take them off to do the deed... which I'm not so I can leave them on.!
    Yes, but ripping them off, throwing them onto the wall where they stick may not impress her much.



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