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Why I was told to leave at Christmas by Angel on 16 December 2002 11:37am
 
An ode to my problems withfood although my family cook superb christmas dinners
ahem.... Forgive me if its really bad

I dont eat chicken and cant stand goat
I find mint keeps my stomach afloat(I love me christmas pudding but it makes my stomach bloat)
after a fine roast my grannie does gloat
She heard that in Russia they are prone to eating stoat
And of course Sharks are prone to eating sailors who have fallen over the boat
I protest at grannies dinner and am given my coat
and leave with a christmas bobble stuffed down my throat.

heheheheheh THanks to my colleague see below for pudding line.
 
Re: Why I was told to leave at Christmas by ellenpc on 16 December 2002 12:15pm
 
"Good One" Angel :-}}}}}

"Like It, Like It!! :-}}}}}]

For those poor buggers with mild Coeliacs.....

" I love me Christmas Pudding but it makes me bloat!!" :-}

(Guilty here would you believe!! Me and my eldest can't handle too much wheat or gluten!!)

Ellen x
 
Re: Why I was told to leave at Christmas by Angel on 16 December 2002 1:28pm
 
I mean see above,, Ellen gets full credit for that line :)
 
Re: Why I was told to leave at Christmas by Angel on 16 December 2002 1:28pm
 
doh"! below !!see below again
 



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