The Christmas Tinner: Review

Hiding in the background for years, lurking where no one can find it, GAME have been selling a truly monstrous, yet curious product: A Christmas Dinner in a Tin! Otherwise known as the Christmas ‘Tinner’. Apparently, it’s been around since 2013 and only costs a mere £1.99. However, purchases are few and far between, because its so gross, who would provide the demand to have … Continue reading The Christmas Tinner: Review

Ice Skating: A Christmas Death Trap

Picture this, you’ve taken your partner ice skating to show off your moves and to woo them with your style. There’s just one problem… You can’t skate. No more than 5 seconds after entering the rink, you place your feet on the icy floor and fall straight onto your bony backside. The pain. The Agony. The embarrassment. Not only are you now on the floor, … Continue reading Ice Skating: A Christmas Death Trap

Why ‘The Range’ is the place for Christmas decorations

Picture this, you’re pootling around the Christmas market, or your local garden centre (which weirdly do Christmas displays really well) and you’ve just spent £30 on a light up reindeer. 2 days later, you go into ‘The Range’ and see the exact same reindeer for £12.99. You feel like an absolute mug, there is a hole in your wallet and the only thing that’s gonna … Continue reading Why ‘The Range’ is the place for Christmas decorations

How to make money this Christmas

I love ‘How to make money’ posts because they’re always so drastic like ‘Sell your car’ or ‘rent out a room’. Really? I’m not gonna have some stranger living in my house, eating my food and leaving skid marks in my toilet. Neither am I gonna sell my car, who the hell goes ‘Oh I need money, I know, I’ll sell my car’. Just no. … Continue reading How to make money this Christmas

A Tree is Just for Christmas

So today I said to my girlfriend ‘we have £40 for a Christmas tree, let’s go and see what we can get’. I’ve always loved Christmas, I always go big this time of year, for presents, food, clothes (gots to have my Christmas jumper), so when we say get any Christmas tree for £40, we wanted the biggest, fattest, floofiest tree we could find. Now … Continue reading A Tree is Just for Christmas