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Deskbound says: "We found my nan's false teeth under the table a few hours after we'd finished Christmas lunch. The teeth still had a mouthful of food in them." Share your Crimble-related stories.

(, Thu 19 Dec 2013, 15:09)
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A little Christmas magic ...
Over here in sweltery hot Australia, Christmas is now done and dusted. We are all enjoying our well earned hangovers and considering getting in the pool.

This year, I am hosting family including a two year old. My kids are 10 and 6. A bit too old to believe in Santa. I conscripted them into a little magic on Christmas Eve.

We cut out reindeer footprints and laid them down from the front door, into the lounge room, with a little tango in front of the Christmas tree, before proceeding through the house and out the back door.

And a large pile of sultanas as reindeer poo. Squeals of delight from two year old niece on Christmas morning was awesome.
(, Thu 26 Dec 2013, 21:40, 6 replies)
Hold on
Too old to believe in Santa at 6?
(, Fri 27 Dec 2013, 9:51, closed)
Yeah 6 is still firmly in believe in Santa territory

(, Fri 27 Dec 2013, 10:29, closed)
Only if you have thick children.

(, Fri 27 Dec 2013, 10:49, closed)
They know enough to stay about from my bins
and to stay away from you Shambo
(, Mon 30 Dec 2013, 15:39, closed)
Probably not when they have a 10 year old sibling.
I seem to recall I was at least deeply scheptical at 6 so had I had an older sibling I'm sure I would have stopped beleiving completely.
(, Fri 27 Dec 2013, 11:29, closed)
Extra points for grabbing a handful of the
reindeer shit and eating it.
(, Mon 30 Dec 2013, 11:11, closed)

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