Fri 4 Dec, 2015 08:39 am
When I was a kid the only things that changed for Christmas were comics, magazines and newspapers and the odd sweets that came out at Christmas, selection boxes, chocolate tree decorations. Now almost everything has a special Christmas look to it from Kellogg's cornflakes to chocolate mousse. I can get that, kid's like having Father Christmas on their cereal/mousse. Today I bought some Domestos limescale removing bog cleaner with snowflakes on it. I don't feel particularly festive when I'm wrist deep in bogwater, and a couple of snowflakes just aren't going to do it.
Is it just me that feels like this?
On second thoughts I've just had another look at the bottle, and what I thought was snowflakes appears to be a picture of the shiny white porcelain freed from its limescale prison, so forget everything I just said.
How can you ask us to ignore this after planting the image of you elbow deep in the "bog" into our brain's eye?
I said wrist deep, what sort of dumps do you have in America if the water goes all the way up to your elbows?
This is America. Even our dumps are bigger and better! So there.
What? Wrist deep isn't deep enough?
It is over here, but that's no good for your American bigger and better dumps.
This thread has been overtaken by events. This is the bottle I mistakenly thought was festive.
I told my daughter and she showed me this.
I don' know if I understand the definition of bog. Is it the water in a backed up sink or tub? Honestly, I'm no being a smart ass, I'm confused.
Nevermind!!!, I just saw the bottles.
Thick bleach and mulled spices. Worst flavor ever.
It gets you pissed though.