Thursday, 30 April 2009

Top Tip (Full House! Magazine)


8 comments:

Iveswrites said...

I hope the British Library is collating these. It's important that future generations get the value of such great wisdom.

Paul said...

Of course the wrapping paper makes ALL the difference

jack said...

and after every holiday she kept bring more and more until she had a mountain of gift wrapped stones

TheVirgilioAnderson said...

Alternatively, wrap up a stale Battenburg Cake - no-one will know the difference & it saves the airfare!

Virgilio Anderson

pingu said...

Wrap it up in festive paper and give as a special gift at Christmas. Now you have a souvenir, an ornament AND a thoughtful gift....

pingu said...

wrap it up in a festive paper at Christmas to send as a present to a loved one. Now you have a souvenir, an ornament and a thoughtful gift...

kevin said...

On your next visit, buy a souvenir pair of scissors. Then throw a wrapping paper, scissors, stone party!

Ethel & Cecil said...

Listen dears, in the war we had to make do. It's all very well you young 'uns laughing but you'll be laughing on the other side of your face if you had to do without gravy browning and tripe. Eeee youngsters these days. My Doris, god bless her, she does work down the church with disadvantaged youth, she doesn't hang around all day on the internet like her gran.