Got a Christening on Sunday


#1

should i bring a gift

if so what

cant seem to make a poll


#2

I read that in the voice of Chuck D


#3

Of course.

One of those tiny little box things where the parents keep a lock of their child’s hair as a memento. Chuck a pube in it first though.


#4

Quavers


#5

Bring a gift of Quavers, Skips, Pom Bears, Chipsticks, Wotsits or some flavours of Monster Munch


#6

FUCK!


#7

someone bought one of my kids a bottle of champagne that was still quite new - but will (should?) be nice to drink when he turns 18

not sure where it is TBH


#8

Apologies for using your own observation in a way that is detrimental to you.


#9

Not a problem at all


#10

Last time I went to a christening I accidentally caused a scene at the afterparty by wildly and obscenely celebrating a last-minute winner being scored within full earshot of my brother-in-law’s very christian family.


#11

They shouldn’t have had it at the ground


#12

not really got much advice here guys


#13

Should TKC bring a gift?

  • Probably
  • Nah

0 voters


#14

when my kid got baptized (nnnnrrrrrggggghhhhhh) someone got him this book. Which is quite nice, but also nnnnnnrrrrrrrrggggghhhhh


#15

A miniature silver spoon


#16

Cemetery Junction on HD DVD?


#17

I am not insulting your friends or their kid that’s meant seriously by the way that what I was given as a Christening present, I just realised the connotations!


#18

plush animal toy


#19

Went to one last weekend. Think we got them some wooden animal that can go on a nursery wall or something. I think a present is expected though.

Also, the ceremony was a cornucopia of incompetence. Loads of mistakes throughout. Vicar had written a programme using the wrong pronouns for the kid, then forgot about one of the hymns and had to go back to cover it. Fingers crossed yours is better.