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This week I have learnt that not stocking-up on deodorant and eating a New York steak sandwich with extra raw onion leads to smelling like a teenage boy. The stinky kind of teenage boy. You know the kind. The ones that always have suspiciously crusty socks. On their feet. I also learnt that chicken and spicy sausage are a good mixture, a tasty mixture. I found out, because the taste enlightened my tongue and tummy. And finally, I found out that the Sears Christmas catalogue circa 1975 is absolutely bloody hilarious. Want the same pair of pyjamas as your parents? Well grab a set for the entire family! Why have one person looking like an idiot when you can all look like one? This Flickralbumdisplays a whole bunch of awesomely shite photos including godawful bowl haircuts and some disturbed looking children. It was one of the best things I’ve discovered about Christmas...ever. Although as a child, the best bit about Christmas was the anticipation that this year would finally give me what I really wanted... a puppy. Well, either that or a Furby. I did eventually get a Furby, complete with Furby backpack. Furby and I would stroll around together until Furby ran out of battery.That was the day Furby died. So, I still hankered after a dog and each Christmas would bring a fresh wave of despair, as I still had nothing to cuddle/prod/shout at. Several years down the line and I now have two dogs that jump on my head when I am in bed, eat my dinner when I am not looking, and run around the house with my pants. Dogs can get annoying. Take this video. These puppies may be cute, but have a blatant disregard for their destructive behaviour. Cute, but still little gits.
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