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Post Christmas entertainment: Poker? - nah, Monopoly? - nah, ..............................

(Sorry all, and with respect for the female forum members, saw this link on another board, hey it's Amazon - but you have been warned - this link could cause offence:)

http://tinyurl.com/28vyak
I admit I had to consult Hoyle's

Boxing Day

Boxing Day, also known as the Feast of St. Stephen (after the first Christian martyr), originated in England in the middle of the nineteenth century under Queen Victoria. It originated as a holiday for members of the merchant class to give boxes containing food and fruit, clothing, and/or money to trades people and servants. The gifts were an expression of gratitude similar to the bonuses many employers offer their employees today. These gifts, usually given in boxes, gave the holiday it's name, "Boxing Day".

I get it !!

B o x i n g Day
Figures good Q Vicki would have a hand in this

So KGB, you an elitist box giver
or a recipient of a box ??!!?
I have to say it sounds a bit of an elitist holiday..

So will you and your chums go down to the pub..
tip a pint and bring your colours ???
Sit around colouring boxes...
How merry !!

I think it's fabulous !!!

So honnoriffic of the feminine !!

Take snaps and post please
the good women of the HM will judge

Who will be the King Kolourer of the Rosyvaginalis Applause
Never feel like colouring on Boxing Day, but I enjoyed
the youtube links posted by our female members when
in Amazon mood - (hint)!

We're into Christmas evening mode right now, i.e.
sitting on sofa watching telly, bellies bulging - except for me -
sliding off to log in here to send a message to Uni,

Buuuuuuuuuuuurp!

Well have a good new year anyway, mate!

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