Make it a memorable Xmas, hehehe

Friday 20 December 2013, 12.15am HKT

NOW that you’ve managed to put up your expensive, culturally literate, politically correct Xmas tree, why not make it a super memorably exciting event for family and friends?

Highly memorable candy canes

Candy canes. The red ones are SRIRACHA-flavoured, the green ones WASABI-flavoured. Say nothing, and let it all be a surprise. A nice, warm, heart-felt accent to the festive season.


A taste of the East Meets West, eh?

Memorable hosital Xmas glove tree

Variety, as they say, is the spice of life. (Geddit?)

Be nice, and give your folks and pals the opportunity to feel the exhilaration of seeing different Christmassy things.

If and when they’re ambulanced away and see something resembling the above, you’ll know with near certainty that your next Christmas will cost less — fewer bodies to come round gumming up your place.

Like they say too, a man’s home is his castle…

Hehehe. Hehehe…

(Images via Imgur)



© The Naked Listener’s Weblog, 2013. (B13413)

2 Responses to “Make it a memorable Xmas, hehehe”

  1. Ed Hurst said

    So your pals eat the spiked candy canes and will need emergency care that’s inflated in price? Merry Christmas.


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