Christmas Eve

Twas the day before Christmas and a certain reporter

Was thinking she may have drunk more than she oughter

Her jeans were hung by the chimney with care –

She had no idea how they came to be there.

In her head, there arose such a clatter

But she knew full well just what was the matter…

 

She spoke not a word but wrote up this post

Looking forward to Sunday’s traditional roast.

And laying her finger aside of her nose

And downing her porridge, from her seat she arose,

And you’ll hear her exclaim, ere she finishes this,

Merry Christmas to all – but just don’t get too… drunk 🙂

 

Have a very merry Christmas xx

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26 Responses to Christmas Eve

  1. Maria says:

    Love all your posts- genius!
    Hope you enjoyed the pimms 🙂 And have a happy Christmas.

  2. Hahaha love this.

    Merry Christmas, darling!

  3. Hhahaa love this… have a wonderful holiday weekend!

  4. ~Jessica~ says:

    This was wonderful – definitely beats the original/traditional version of the poem 😀

    Have a lovely xmas and, if you don’t post again before then, a happy New Year!

    xxx

  5. hahaha, love this!! Have a very merry Christmas!

  6. Love it 😀 You are far too clever m’dear. I may have had one more rum and (soy) nog than I should have myself. But it IS the holidays after all, right??

    Have a very Merry Christmas!

  7. Love it! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas, Eleanor!! And hope your head doesn’t hurt too much! 😉

  8. Merry Christmas! I am so blessed tp have you as a friend.

    You’re a poet and you totally did know it! Bad pun? Sorry. 😉

  9. Hope you had a very nice Christmas!! 🙂 xx

  10. “oughter” hahahahah I keep picturing a drunk OTTER! 😉

  11. Errign says:

    I ADORE this post! Happy Holidays 🙂

  12. Haha, cute! I’m laughing at ‘drunk more than she oughter’ part- that was totally me on Christmas Eve!

  13. hehee!!! love this! I had way too much wine on xmas day!! it just happened and i paid for it!

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