Christmas is a time to reflect. The thing I love about Christmas, apart from spending time with your friends and family is being able to reminisce and enjoy traditions. So I found this quick Q&A time.
When do you start thinking about Christmas? Mid-october when you start seeing decorations in the shop and the start of the adverts start to air.
What has been your most memorable Christmas present to date (good or bad!)? There’s been so many, bop it,
Do you have any Christmas traditions? There’s always lots of traditions but one which always needs to be done is having my presents in my sack. I’ve had it since I was very little and couldn’t imagine it any other way.
Christmas film is the greatest of them all? I have a lot of them I love. My favourite is Santa Clause with Tim Allen. I love them so much, I always have to watch it Christmas eve.
You have an empty seat at your table on Christmas Day – who do you invite and why? Can be absolutely anyone! Easy, Julie Andrews.
Where in your house does your Christmas Tree go each year? I personally don’t have a tree, but my mum’s is in the bay window and my dad and sisters is in the corner.
Name the top 3 songs on your Christmas Party Play list. Fairytale of New York – The Pouges and Kirsty MacCall, Merry Xmas Everybody – Slade and Sparkle and Shine – Nativity Film Soundtrack.
Who is the hardest person you’ve ever had to buy a Christmas present for? My brother in law, he’s so hard to buy for.
When do you eat your Christmas dinner, and what all is on your menu? So this year, we’re changing it, normally a turkey trimming day. This year it’s going to be different. Still having some traditional just not a big full dinner!
What’s your favourite Christmas related quote? You scumbag, you maggot, you cheap lousy faggot, Happy Christmas your arse, I pray God it’s our last…
Are you a wrapping paper person, or boxes and bags? Or are you a mix? Whatever is easiest…. Worst part of Christmas personally. I found this idea for this year.
What makes Christmas so special to you? Family, food and fun! I love the Christmas buzz that’s all around in the build up to the big day. I love the warm cosy feeling when you are sat watching a festive film eating chocs, the Christmas tree lights are twinkling in the background and it’s all frosty and cold outside.
If you could spend Christmas anywhere in the world, where would it be? You can take your family too, if you want! At Disney again, it was one of the best Christmas’s.
Do you have any Christmas Eve traditions? I’ve done Christmas eve differently, going out drinking, working, staying in and going to friends. I’m not bothered about Christmas eve.
Hope you enjoyed this Q&A blog post.