Struggling to pay for it.
AMEN TO THAT, I always foot the bill ;p
I like to serve a suckling pig for New Years day. Roasted whole, with an orange in its mouth, then afterwards we all go outside, and blowup the gingerbread house my nieces made, with left over fireworks from the forth of July. I also like to burn at least one dried up old Christmas tree, with fireworks attached to it, along with flammable ornaments. We won't be doing that part his year, as when we did burn the tree last year, it upset some of my neighbors. And I can't blame them. The party did get a little out of hand, when some of my guests placed bottle rockets and sparklers on the pigs head, and shot him down the icy sidewalk. I must admit their was a little alcohol involved as well. "Just a wee little!:
But its a good way, to end the stressful holidays.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all my fellow EP'rs
I gave up celebrating when I lost my daughter. I make it a tradition to help someone during the holidays...
So sorry, akindheart, and what an example you set xXOOOOO
Every year my son and I put a different toy ontop of the Christmas tree. This year Scooby doo is up there :)
Drink tequila, throw rocks at Uncle Roy.
Buy the kid too many presents, receive nothing & cook for people who are mostly unappreciative. Next year I'm starting a new tradition!
A hotel room until it's all over =)
Haha, I love that. That's a little fantasy I have sometimes, to just run off to a hotel for a couple of nights. Not sure why I never actually do it, it's quite a good idea when you really think about it.
My wife would kill me. But, I wish just once I had the balls to have Xmas dinner ordered up from room service.
I like to soak a Christmas tree in kerosene and hang a cross from it, then set the whole lot on fire.
I love it he he
They'll welcome you to the burning also John John
Everything… Except what I want.
My wife and I sit in our decorated living room drinking Christmas punch each year. We each take turns giving examples of why we are grateful for the things we have, the friends and family whom we love dearly and why we love each other so deeply.
Man, I need a drink after this. No I need to get shi/faced
Back at cha
Go to my response to "Bothor"
A traditional Danish Christmas: Eating duck, dance around the Christmas tree, lighting the tree and opening presents that same night.
The day after we usually meet for a long walk in the forest, but I have started my own tradition of making another Christmas dinner, watch movies and open presents with my boyfriend.
We make lots of cookies and candy to give out to people. Sugar cookies and cut-out cookies are always guaranteed.
Here, Christmas is a purely religious tradition. Celebrated 6h of January - after church - with 12 vegatarian dishes and a bottle of redwine.
Making cookies and going to my Grandma and Grandpa Lamb's house.
Get together with the family or friends.
Opening our presents to each other on xmas eve when it's very late and everyone else is asleep.
We do that too. Always nice to share that time together.
Why Xmas eve? Should just wait till Xmas day!
Avoiding my extended family members. They're all backstabbers anyway.
Don't have to they avoid me!
As they should!
:):):):)Just Repartee O Wisened one
I have a ******* philandering brother in law, my sister is afraid to leave. I cannot stomach him. I fantasize about kicking him in his balls, and beating the booze out of him. I'm sober now, I do not judge alcoholics ; for I WAS a functioning one; to a grater or lesser extent. But even for Jesus, I will not suffer an infidel hypocrite.