Talking Points At Christmas Day Dinner Tables...

  Aitchbee 23:02 14 Dec 2011
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I usually have Xmas dinner round at my sister's / neice's house.

What will we all be chit-chatting about?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/foodanddrinknews/8941983/Bad-news-for-sprout-haters-a-bumper-crop-this-Christmas.html

...it's a good ice-breaker!

  Quickbeam 07:44 15 Dec 2011

The usual wind and prattle then...

  Quickbeam 08:43 15 Dec 2011

...and ice is probably not the best word to match with breaker in this context:)

...1

  Aitchbee 09:19 15 Dec 2011
Answer

...resolved!

  spuds 12:01 15 Dec 2011

Our biggest discussion point at the dinner table, will be: Whose got the threepennybit from the Christmas pudding. Or who wants to 'break the wishbone' from the poultry?.

Perhaps the kid's of today, might have very different ideas?.

  morddwyd 20:04 15 Dec 2011

For many people, particularly on this forum, the discussion will probably be how much better Christmases were in the old days!

  Armchair 20:23 15 Dec 2011

I don't like having to converse while I'm trying to enjoy a meal, and sprouts give me 'rusty water' excretions, so I don't eat them any more.

  Aitchbee 14:44 16 Dec 2011

anchor... can I pull up a chair?

  Aitchbee 14:50 16 Dec 2011

...make that one hundred chairs for all of the RESPECTED FORUM MEMBERS!

  Aitchbee 21:29 16 Dec 2011

buteman - cheers - but how did you know 'bout me bein' a Sidney Devine fan? HEE HEE.

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