Friday, 21 December 2012

It is Christmas Day in 'The Zeitgeist' & Vintage Tablecloth Rescue Christmas seaside edition!!





This may not make a great deal of sense unless you have read previous posts and watched Crusty! I am not sure if it makes sense even if you have read those posts!!!

Festive greetings all the same

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It is Christmas Day in the 'Zeitgeist'
and she has got me working again
Old Crusty is up to no good,
She is hatching a plan in her den

"If only I could get some old rope
And make it into more money
Or create a Channel 4 project
..that would really be funny"

"No - I will just have to downsize
And give La Cootard La boot
She is not aware yet
Isn't that such a hoot!"

As the paupers gather round for their dinner
I will hand out the lovely surprise
Why CK is coming to meet us
And you won't believe your eyes

For after you  have eaten
And filled up on pies - all  iced
I am going to drop you  in it
And close down 'The Zeigeist'

There is no use 'boo hooing'
'cos I am off to Channel 5
They have offered me a sitcom
It will be the time of my life.

So I am selling off  old stock
My dipped baskets and toy box too
You can all boil your heads
I am through with you!!"
(not really!)


Still have sooooo much to do so why, oh why, did I spend this morning tra la la'ing on the beach!!!

Thank you so much for kind comments on previous post - I am going to sit down with an Egg Nog and read them over the weekend as there is nothing else going on!! Yikos!
Best wishes
Jenny

14 comments:

  1. With Christmas biscuits on the beach....that sounds lovely! Enjoy your egg nog while you read! :) Smiles, Holly

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  2. Quality Street in a lovely old tin, alone on the beach, so you can scoff all the best ones - oh what fun!
    Have a good Christmas and all the best for 2013 Jenny :)
    x

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  3. I've been waiting for the next installment, she's such a fickle character, off the channel 5 indeed!
    Have a really lovely Christmas Jenny! Thank you for your visits and your humour! :) x

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  4. Brilliant as ever [btw, we do not call it "Old Rope" it is "Vintage Jute" or possibly "Retro Twine"]
    KAs glue encrusted polystyrene balls look very sad alongside your truly vintage assortment

    Have a glorious Yuletide, and may 2013 be full of unexpected blessings for you and yours xx

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  5. I am in the process of acquainting myself with your whimsical blog which I just adore. A little birdie told me you were over here in this corner so I came to check you out and joined! I'm way off in Alaska with my blog it's not nearly as interesting and charming as yours.

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  6. Very good Jenny! Love your biscuit tin and think I'll just nip up to 'my' beach and do a bit of tra la laahing myself!

    Have a ruddy fabulous Christmas

    Claire xxx

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  7. Jenny,
    You are right I have no idea about this...but it sure was fun reading it! lol I just LOVE the old biscuit tins and such that England had and has for Christmas!!!! They are so colorful and unique!

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  8. Wishing you a joy full Noel, Jenny!
    ~and thank you for all the giggles always...
    Love Maria X

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  9. Gorgeous tins of sweets and egg nog, it must be Christmas time!! xxx

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  10. You need help.....with those chocolates!
    I've seen some strange things on the beach but that takes the biscuit (speaking of which please check out my new post).

    You are a cracker - Happy Christmas! EExx

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  11. Oh gosh you make me giggle ... are there no end to your talents ... I love the poem ... thanks for the laugh ... Bee xx

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  12. Dear Jenny, I fear that you are quite dotty but very amusing,Happy Boxing Day.Regards Pam.

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