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Tuesday 20 December 2005 1.08am


----PLAY----->First Noel
Tuesday 20 December 2005 4.28pm
Thank you Phoney, lovely tree! Just one question - why does the grate have bananas in it?
Tuesday 20 December 2005 4.35pm
Festive greetings to you all, it's been a fun year and the Professor and I feel very privileged to have been part of such a fun crowd, even if we ARE so long in the tooth.
Tuesday 20 December 2005 4.49pm
Merry Christmas to all the SE1ers for lots of fab advice this year.
Am not feeling terribly festive as I have bowed to the inevitable and am finally heading to Covent Garden christmas shopping in 15 minutes.......
Tuesday 20 December 2005 4.49pm
looks more like a dish of Dorritto's
Tuesday 20 December 2005 5.13pm
If they were Chips then Jackie and I would be happier.

Hoping everyone has a wonderful time over the Festive period and 2006 brings us all wealth and wisdom (for me, 2005 failed in one of those categories).
Tuesday 20 December 2005 5.26pm
It must have been the wisdom that failed you Paul, we all know you're sloshing around in the moolah.
Tuesday 20 December 2005 8.07pm
Merry Christmas to you all

(and since it is the season of goodwill, I'll even include Val Shawcross who has sent me the GLA Labour Group card - a supposedly wintry City Hall - possibly the ugliest Christmas Card I have ever received!)
Tuesday 20 December 2005 9.04pm
Jackie, how did you get to look under the bed?
Wednesday 21 December 2005 12.56am
Sorry, just messing about. I was going to correct the Noel link, but:
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