the Gf got me a ticket for a comedian. i don’t know who as she crossed out the name and the location on the ticket, but she says i know of him/her (guessing it is a him). the gig is in Berlin sometime in April.
can’t be that many British or American comedians playing in Germany….
means we have to go to Berlin, too, which if it wasn’t for the fact that friends live there and the drugs are cheap i wouldn’t want to go.
other than that not much to report. my folks sent some €€s across to help with the recent move.
we recieved some thermomats (!!!??), a solar clock (ugly as) and a hangy door hook thing (also ugly as).
oh, and some vouchers for some local restaurants from her sister and fella, which was kinda cool.
was a bit disappointed as i got the (almost) B-in-L a remote control car. i didn’t get anything nearly as cool. 🙁Posted 5 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
alpin – Member
oh, and i don’t get the ostentatious watch thing, either….
Are any of the watches mentioned on this thread ostentatious?
I think not.
How about someone with a £4k bike then? Ostentatious? Or just buying something they like, something they enjoy?Posted 5 years agofervouredimageMember
I didn’t quite get it on Christmas Day but on Boxing Day afternoon my wife, after trying for the best part of 9 months, found out she was indeed pregnant with our first.
Best Christmas present we both could have ever wished for. (I’m glad I asked for the money off my folks however, I fear I going to need every available penny now)Posted 5 years agocolournoiseSubscriber
schrickvr6 – Member
Colournoise that looks more like some kind of alien anal probe device than a light-sabre.
Bonus! Two presents in one!
It was only a cheap stocking filler, but my 6 year old brain can’t help but make light sabre noises when it lights up as you write – could be awkward at work if I use it to mark student’s work during lessons.Posted 5 years ago
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