Another year has passed and as usual we celebrate the birth of a baby 2000 years ago with another batch of repeats in the time honoured fashion of Christmas TV.
In our continued celebration of seasonal tradition we once again present our-couldn’t-be-arsed-to-do-something-new-for-Christmas post by serving up another bunch of repeats just as the TV channels are want to do over the festive period.
This is now the fourth Christmas we have celebrated as editors of The Working Traveller and we have as little intention of being original or hard working on this day as we did in 2012, 2011 and 2010. This means once again we are keeping to the tradition of repeats so loved by TV channels over the festive period. In this way we can scoff loads of roast potatoes, punish the brandy and fall asleep in front of the TV in garish knitwear.
Once again we serve up cold second hand fare in what is becoming a Christmas tradition to rival that posh woman who seems to be on the TV every year. This started a couple of years ago when in an effort to do something Christmassy while putting as little effort into the task as possible I came up with the inspired idea of writing about things I had already written about.
Last year, trying to write something Christmassy while putting as little effort into the task as possible, I came up with the inspired idea of writing about things I had already written about.
There's nothing that says Christmas more than a bunch of repeats. So, below is some stuff I wrote when I wasn't asleep in a chair wearing a silly hat and a jumper with a reindeer on it.