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Last updated on July 12th, 2017 at 11:08 am
Those sounds coming from the roof? It’s just Santa Claus scoping out the easiest means of home invasion. Either that or global warming is causing your tiles to warp and snap, which might be the case in Western Australia:
With the mercury set to soar, turkeys will all but cook themselves as the blistering temperature puts the heat on Christmas chefs.
To all readers: have a brilliant Christmas day, wherever you are – and if you’re lucky enough to live in a self-cooking turkey zone, save a slice for me.
UPDATE. Psychologist John Masterton on seasonal moderation:
Christmas Day is the one day when you can indulge so many of your pleasures that you end up doing each in moderation—a little gin and tonic, a little champagne, a little white wine, a little red wine, a little dessert wine, a little port …
He’s an Irish psychologist. Still, heed his message!