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Christmas, Dad, and Drinking: Judy Brown I've done something ingenious to wind up my Dad (which is basically my favourite holiday pastime). It begins ike this Judy Brown Some of you out there may recall that in 2016 Iplayed an excellent Christmas prank on my long-suffering Dad. It worked a treat. Judy Brown @mcjude 7h Replying to @mcjude Last year I decided to play the long game & didn't tamper with the confectionary: spooked by the year before, he would not touch a single Ferrero Rocher (which was great because he usually inhales them at 750mph) so there were Ferreros aplenty for the rest of us. I bided my Judy Brown @mcjude 7h And so, yesterday, home for Christmas and with the devil at my elbow, I embarked on my most audacious sprout prank yet. Judy Brown @mcjude-7h While he was out I dipped the sprouts in chocolate, rolled them in chopped hazelnuts, and did all I could to replicate the iconic Ferrerro. Judy Brown @mcjude 7h l re-wrapped and (this is crucial) re- sealed the box with its original tape and a tiny dab of glue. Then secreted it amongst a bag of tasty gifts from my Aunt and retired to watch from afar Judy Brown @mcjude 7h Last night he viewed them with suspiciorn when they came out the bag... but I was out all day, how could I have tampered with them? He abstained and they sat in the kitchen all night. Judy Brown @mcjude 7h This bright Christmas morning we were gathered round the tree, drinking tea and opening presents. Dad eyed the box. He quite likes a post-brekkie Ferrero. He approached. I hovered in the kitchen, careful not to spook him. Judy Brown @mcjude 7h And Lo! He opened. He EXAMINED. He unwrapped. He examined FURTHER Fears allayed, he popped the whole thing in his mouth. His face played a symphony of emotions: satisfaction, triumph, realisation, horror, disgust. Judy Brown @mcjude 7h I am still chuckling. I will all day long.I know his retribution will be swift and terrible, but no Christmas gift could be greater than this: seeing my Dad, despite his efforts to avoid it, unwittingly eat a raw sprout. Merry Christmas, one and all 9193 t457 9644 72,816 notes Playing the Long Game
Christmas, Dad, and Drinking: Judy Brown
 I've done something ingenious to wind
 up my Dad (which is basically my
 favourite holiday pastime). It begins
 ike this
 Judy Brown
 Some of you out there may recall that
 in 2016 Iplayed an excellent
 Christmas prank on my long-suffering
 Dad. It worked a treat.
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 Replying to @mcjude
 Last year I decided to play the long game
 & didn't tamper with the confectionary:
 spooked by the year before, he would
 not touch a single Ferrero Rocher (which
 was great because he usually inhales
 them at 750mph) so there were Ferreros
 aplenty for the rest of us. I bided my
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 And so, yesterday, home for Christmas
 and with the devil at my elbow, I
 embarked on my most audacious sprout
 prank yet.
 Judy Brown @mcjude-7h
 While he was out I dipped the sprouts in
 chocolate, rolled them in chopped
 hazelnuts, and did all I could to replicate
 the iconic Ferrerro.
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 l re-wrapped and (this is crucial) re-
 sealed the box with its original tape and a
 tiny dab of glue. Then secreted it
 amongst a bag of tasty gifts from my
 Aunt and retired to watch from afar
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 Last night he viewed them with suspiciorn
 when they came out the bag... but I was
 out all day, how could I have tampered
 with them? He abstained and they sat in
 the kitchen all night.
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 This bright Christmas morning we were
 gathered round the tree, drinking tea and
 opening presents. Dad eyed the box. He
 quite likes a post-brekkie Ferrero. He
 approached. I hovered in the kitchen,
 careful not to spook him.
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 And Lo! He opened. He EXAMINED. He
 unwrapped. He examined FURTHER
 Fears allayed, he popped the whole thing
 in his mouth. His face played a symphony
 of emotions: satisfaction, triumph,
 realisation, horror, disgust.
 Judy Brown @mcjude 7h
 I am still chuckling. I will all day long.I
 know his retribution will be swift and
 terrible, but no Christmas gift could be
 greater than this: seeing my Dad, despite
 his efforts to avoid it, unwittingly eat a
 raw sprout. Merry Christmas, one and all
 9193 t457 9644
 72,816 notes
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Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile )
Dancing, Girls, and Nae Nae: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
 cr
 435
 511
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )