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Finally......I actually feel!! :)

Well peeps....

Finished work tonight for Christmas.........wooooo!

You know the saying "Thank Crunchie it's Friday" and "Have your cake and eat it"?

.......Well this feels like plunging my face in to a big fat crunchie cake!

Cannot wait to enjoy my first smoke free Christmas in more years than I care to remember.

It's going to be like being a 5 year old again, when you went to bed looking out the window....

..desperately trying to spot Santa......

Wait....what was that?.....I'm sure I heard sleigh bells?

Well this year, I reckon if we listen really..really hard ...........we might just bloody well hear them!! :D

Anyway, I digress...

I found this on the big wide open t'interweb thingy...and it struck a chord.

:)

Take care all

Peace

Greg

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Loving the poster Nifty.

... and the very succinct shopping channel mantra, Karri.

I know what you mean about looking forward to a smoke free Christmas day. My very, very first in 30 years. I'm soooo looking forward to the freedom of eating my own body weight in Dinner, pudding and quality street, drinking a glass (or two) of Christmas spirit(s) and then just relaxing in an armchair, maybe even "rest my eyes" for a moment.

As opposed to snaffling down my Dinner in world record time so that I may await the craving to drag me outside by my ankle, kicking, screaming an a' hollerin', clutching at carpets and door frames in a feeble attempt to prevent being thrown outside in the wind and the rain to worship Lord Sig'

Ahhh...the freedom :D

As for waking up early on Christmas morning, this year, I think me and my husband will have to tip our teenagers' beds over should we want to turf them out of their 'pit' before midday.

I just want to jump up and down on their beds shouting "He's been, He's been, wake up!!! He's been" whilst they're still in it. Preferably at some ungodly hour in the morning and hopefully while they're experiencing the beginning of a hangover. Revenge is a dish best served warmed up :D

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Me like this one Greg, love it actually.

Thanks for another post that made grin like a loon!

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merry christmas!

Hi Greg, Lucky you finishing already. I have to go in for a few hours on Christmas eve, then its down to the pub for a bite to eat with my work colleagues. I hope you have a wonderful smoke free Christmas and an even better smoke free new year. You have been a 'breath of fresh air' pun intended!.xx

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Sure you don't mean a "blast of wind" Haze?

Sorry about that....it's the time of year!......sprouts!!

:D

G

x

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Sure you don't mean a "blast of wind" Haze?

Sorry about that....it's the time of year!......sprouts!!

:D

G

x

ha ha ha :D you are quite mad.

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As for waking up early on Christmas morning, this year, I think me and my husband will have to tip our teenagers' beds over should we want to turf them out of their 'pit' before midday.

I just want to jump up and down on their beds shouting "He's been, He's been, wake up!!! He's been" whilst they're still in it. Preferably at some ungodly hour in the morning and hopefully while they're experiencing the beginning of a hangover. Revenge is a dish best served warmed up :D

Haha nicci

Brilliant!

Really hope you enjoy your meal/pud/drink/chocolate/sleep!

That sounds like a perfect quit method to me!....

Watch the kids though.....they may prefer quicker revenge than you :D

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Nifty... You're Christmas Crackers. :p

Love the poster btw. :)

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