merry Christmas: eat, drink and be merry!

‘ey up you lot – not a recipe post today, but rather just a simple message of goodwill from us twochubbycubs!

Christmas comes but once a year – no-one got to their deathbed and, upon reflecting on their life decisions, regrets and worries, turned to their loved ones and said ‘thank fuck I didn’t have a bit of Christmas pudding back in 1993’. Life is for living, after all! To that end, if you find yourself slumped in a chair on Christmas Day evening, face covered in all manner of sauces (including mannonaise, you filthy bitch), don’t feel glum: it’s another day. Just start again – you’ll crap most of it out anyway, then just go for a brisk walk or two and you’ll be cooking on gas.

The only thing stopping me from being ambulanced to the nearest A&E with blue lips is the fact every time I go to the fridge to get food Paul shrieks that I can’t eat that, this and the other because it’s FOR CHRISTMAS. God knows what he’s expecting to happen on Christmas Day but if there’s a nuclear holocaust, nip over to ours: we’ve got enough Waitrose party food to last us until our teeth fall out and our sphincters slough away from our bodies.

The other side of that coin is simple – if you’re one of those types who stay on plan over Christmas, more power to your elbow. But…

Eee, honestly.

Finally, before we go, just a colossal huge thank you to every single person who donated to our cat and dog shelter appeal this month – we ended up raising, when you factor in Gift Aid, Β£4,350! How absolutely amazing is that – it’ll make such a massive difference to the animals stuck in the shelter, I can promise you.

Have an amazing Christmas all, and we’ll see you in the New Year…

J

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20 thoughts on “merry Christmas: eat, drink and be merry!

  1. Happy Christmas boys, thank you for all the fun, laughter, travel blogs, oh and recipes for the last 12 months, please keep it up xxx

  2. A very happy Christmas to you both. Your journey can start again in the new year. Enjoy yourselves. Keep those lovely posts coming. πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸ·πŸ·πŸ·

  3. Thank you for the lovely recipes over the last year, enjoyed trying them, looking forward to seeing your recipes next year and reading your holiday blogs. Thanks Sue

  4. Wishing you and all your followers the compliments of the season and Festive Felicitations; plus Health, Wealth and Happiness (in the order of your choice) in 2018.

  5. A Very Happy Christmas to you both !
    You brighten my days and my diet
    [but at 67 i am now too old for most of the sexual practices that seem to be in vogue these days ! still , at least I know what you are writing about !]

  6. Thanks for all the laughs this year. You brought sunshine to plenty of hungry, grey days. Merry Christmas, lads. Looking forward to seeing what capers arrive in my inbox in 2018. I expect the sugar and fat comedown will bring on the collective Fear in January, so you’ll be like Doctors without Boundaries for us.

  7. Thanks for your amazing recipes. I love reading your blogs. All the very best for 2018 and hope you have an amazing Christmas.

  8. A very happy Christmas to you both, and thank you for all the laughs through 2017. May 2018 be a fantastic year for the two of you. Lots of love, Carol in Blyth xxxx

  9. Have a fabulous Christmas thank you so much for your entertaining posts in 2017 every one has made me smile and I’ll look forward to reading more and trying recipes in 2018 xx

  10. Have a wonderful Christmas all the best for 2018 Thank you so much for your posts they entertain me all year and will certainly cheer up Jan &Feb xx

  11. Nadolig Llawen, Cubs.

    Eat, drink, be merry, feel over-full and watch naff telly.

    Can’t wait to see what posts the new year brings

    *raises glass of pink wine* Iechyd Da!

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