What's Britannia got for Christmas then?

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Post by ebonyivory » 07 Dec 2008, 21:03

Daft bugger! :lol:

She probably has some Earl Grey tea!

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Post by ebonyivory » 07 Dec 2008, 21:10

I feel quite sure she would be a lady, not a footie supporter!

Maybe a silk hankie with hand made lace trim.

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Post by ebonyivory » 08 Dec 2008, 08:37

She would only have it as a fashion accessory! She has no bodily functions :shock:

As for the rest of us... :oops: parden me!!!

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Post by Gill the Piano » 08 Dec 2008, 11:42

they've got 'em on eBay, Dave!
I reckon it's a pile of sheet music, Christmas cake, mince pies, Christmas pud and a bottle of sherry. And a pot of Andrews.

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Post by Moonlight » 08 Dec 2008, 14:05

dave brum wrote:Er, I'd like to think it's a metronome in the shape of a little grey meowley.

I've never actually seen one yet. And I was going to look out in Chappells for them too!
No they don't sell thoses ones in Chappells Dave. I should know as my dad bought me a nome in Chappells last week. They only sell the posh old fashioned Wittner ones.

Nah you're all wrong, that Britannia lady has all 32 Beethoven piano sonatas boxed set! the present looks fat enough . Wow that would be a great present if I could play them! :wink:

Yeah I have a piano themed Christmas this year, pretty much everything I have as a present is do do with pianos in some way! :lol: Just a thought, instead of having a tree we should do what the Britannia lady has done - put our presents under a grand piano! at least there would be no pine needles to clear up! :) :evil:

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Post by Nutroast » 08 Dec 2008, 16:24

...a ladyshave to sort out that embarassing little outbreak on her chinny-chin-chin?

I've seen those catnomes, they're brilliant fun and I keep think I want/need a one, but I'm trying to convince myself and my teacher that I CAN actually count for myself :D

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Post by Brumtuner » 08 Dec 2008, 16:51

As it's xmas, and she's bare-footed, it could be something really useful like a 240v chocolate kettle.

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