Stuff global warming, it’s the festive season

Posted by @ 12:27 pm on Friday 30th November, 2007.
Categories: Rambling on...

Yesterday evening the kids and one of their friends dragged me out to see the Christmas lights turned on in the village. We all liked the illuminated tree next to the church, but we were a bit wary of the radioactive reindeer that had invaded the horsepool!

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One Response to “Stuff global warming, it’s the festive season”

  1. ptc* says:

    The council just erected our village tree outside our living room window.
    The tree already has brown branches and the lights look as if they were thrown on it by a one armed fisherman duct taped to the roof of a passing bus.
    Times are hard in West Dunbartonshire apparently.

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