You are not logged in. Login or Signup
Home » Question of the Week » My Christmas Nightmare » Post 20296 | Search
This is a question My Christmas Nightmare

The bringing together of one's family and friends over the holiday period is never quite as fun as it is supposed to be: this year, my mum and dad will be in the same room for the first time in 28 months. It should prove interesting.

Tell us about the nightmares you've had over christmas.

(, Thu 23 Dec 2004, 13:46)
Pages: Popular, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

« Go Back

Xmas good and bad
I had a the best and worst xmas this year for a long while. Started out brilliant, went to see the in-laws who I get on great with, feeling a bit coldy but ok. Meet up with wifeys cousin who is mental but a top laugh and her hubby and we have good fun in the pub until (rather diappointingly) we get chucked out for being too fun. Go home looking fwd to a jolly Xmas day. Wake up and 5 in the morning feeling like sheer hell in a handbasket. Flu. Can't move, but struggle out of bed for pressie opening as want to see wifeys face when she see the excellent pressies I got her. Did all that and even ate dinner despite feeling like I wanted to crap my lungs out of my arse. Thought I was feeling better and had a fun night doing a murder mystery, interacting with the wifes family as a Roman from Barnsley... Wake up on Boxing day feeling worse, but I am not alone, the whole house now has the flu and it's down to either me or the other guest who has it. Whole day is a write-off apart from dad-in-law firing a rocket in the field next door - way cool! Wake up following day feeling much better and ready to get pissed. Everyone else is minging with cold/flu including wifey and I and the other sickee are feeling rather guilty. Last reports from home are that they are all still sick and it's now January. Arse crackers.
(, Tue 4 Jan 2005, 9:15, closed)

« Go Back

Pages: Popular, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1