The trouble is I’m don’t feel anything, no sense of accomplishment, no thrill, or relief. So, now that I’m affect challenged champion of the MA world what do I do? Well, I take part in a list that I ripped from facebook.
2. One day cursing will be an Olympic sport;
3. Oldbitey will win a gold medal for cussing;
4. Andy Gibb was a huge talent;
5. Peas are nature’s candy;
6. Root is the only beer worth drinking;
7. Gadgets and doo-dads aren’t just for boys and/or geeks;
8. In 2009 Oldbitey will be offered a publishing contract and sing again with Glenn Tilbrook.
9. Redheads need to procreate to ensure the hair colour doesn’t die out;
10. Oldbitey enjoyed Twilight far more than an Oldbitey should;
11. Someone needs to write a vampire novel with an orthodontist as the vampire hero;
12. Its not really Christmas until someone breaks out the Lebkuchen;
13. Spiders are freaky, but snakes are cool;
14. The concept of instant coffee is an abomination;
15. Christmas time Down Under lacks a Christmasy smell;
16. What do you mean you don’t like A Christmas Story?!
Mele Kalikimaka, ya’ll!
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A Southern Cross Christmas Smell
Well Bites, I think the best Christmas smell for me is Apricots. Fresh Apricots. I got some yesterday in my veggie drop and IMMEDIATELY i though “Christmas”.
Mum used to put a couple in each of our Christmas stockings when we were little, so that’s what I associate with Christmas morning.
But other smells of Christmas are late nights in a hot house cooking fruit mince pies. Bundie Rum, which only comes out at this time to make the Rum balls. Pfeffernuise biscuits.
As you can see, it’s mostly food smells.