Off Topic The Christmas Thread

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  1. dennisboothstash

    dennisboothstash Well-Known Member

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    Fingers crossed your Dad continues to make a full recovery
     
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  2. Kempton

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    Johnbo, mate. I've been through the same thing with my own Dad.

    Unfortunately he passed away (way before the virus and unrelated).

    Luckily I live fairly close to the care home he was in, so I was able to visit every other day.

    One Saturday we were playing Fulham and l was sat with my Dad, just you know, just talking about City and that.

    I'd already stopped going, due to the Allam factor but Dad insisted I should go to the game.

    You have to do what your Dad tells you to do. So there was still time and I went to that game.

    We won 2-0.

    We still got relegated that season though <laugh>

    Things don't always turn out how we want them to x
     
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  3. The Omega Man

    The Omega Man Well-Known Member

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    Now that’s a Christmas present that money cannot buy. You take care Johno and I hope you get to sit and chat to your Dad in person soon.
     
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  4. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Two slices of warburtons white sliced.
    Turkey breast sliced.
    Bit of cranberry sauce.
    Three slices of smoked bacon fried.
    Sliced Fried tomatoes.
    some wild rocket.

    you’ll thank me.
    The Chazzwich
     
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  5. Kempton

    Kempton Well-Known Member

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    The family are currently playing a game called Escape Room and they insisted I take part.

    Apparently I'd be locked in the room with the five other family members for at least two hours.

    I didn't have a ****ing clue what I was supposed to be doing, so I just sat on a comfy chair in the corner of the room for five minutes.

    Kemps, if you're not interested, just get out, said Mz Kempton.

    So I did, because they hadn't locked the door.

    So technically I reckon I won.

    They're going to tell me I'm a miserable **** aren't they.

    Oh well <devil>
     
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  6. dennisboothstash

    dennisboothstash Well-Known Member

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    What was it?
    Board game? Online thing?
     
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  7. dennisboothstash

    dennisboothstash Well-Known Member

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    I started the day with a cup of tea and a white bread stuffing sandwich

    I thanked me
     
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  8. Kempton

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    ****ed if I know, Den.
     
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  9. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    What type of stuffing? Youre the boards leading veggie nowadays den
    What did you have for Xmas dinner?
     
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  10. The Omega Man

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    Let’s guess ... vegetables!
     
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  11. dennisboothstash

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    Traditional sage and onion stuffing.

    Christmas dinner was a roast nut and balsamic onion Wellington, mash, roasts, parsnips, bread sauce, sprouts, carrots, broccoli, chestnuts, cranberry sauce, red cabbage, vegan sausages wrapped in pastry, Yorkshire puddings & aforementioned stuffing.
    All homemade
    ...and champagne

    We also cooked turkey, cider roasted ham and pigs in blankets, non vegan Yorkshires & cream based bread sauce for the visiting murderers
     
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  12. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Oh you poor bugger. It’s not contagious is it this veggieism?
     
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  13. rovertiger

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    Belated Christmas wishes, just got home today after three days in HRI.
    I want to say a massive thank you to all staff on ward 50 in HRI. From the start of Christmas Day to getting laid down after a long day, they did all they could to make the day special for all the patients. We even got a Lynx pack off them as a present.
    Thank you Ward 50, it'll be a Christmas i'll never forget.
     
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    Is ward 50 still the renal ward? Speedy recovery Tony.
     
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    I don't know mate, was in for chest pains and dodgy breathing. Thanks mate.
     
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    similar for me... pigs in blankets in white bread....been dying of heartburn since 10am

    Home made sloe gin cured it around 4ish
     
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  17. TwoWrights

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    No problem, Ward 50 treated my mam for years, her words on them were always "kindness itself." Look after yourself.
     
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  18. Ric Glasgow

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    I just had a 'lazy Chazzwich'.2 slices of Tesco white,Turkey,salt and pepper...I haven't got the patience to make a full blown 'Chazzwich':emoticon-0106-cryin
     
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  19. The Omega Man

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    Slow burning gout is making a late showing.

    I might try bathing it in a bucket of Gaviston!
     
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  20. Qatartiger Cambridgetiger

    Qatartiger Cambridgetiger Well-Known Member

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    Hope you recover fully and quickly.

    Take care.
     
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