You can go home from work now if (December edition)


Every time between now and January 31st, any time you hear the word “Christmas” a little bit of wee comes out.

  • Yes
  • No

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How much wee?


A little bit.


Just a wee bit.


Every time between now and January 31st, any time you see tinsel, you sneeze.

  • Yes
  • No

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I’ll just wear a pantyliner or something, it’ll be fine.

Edit: I’m already at home, so I’m out thanks.


you can’t have any mince pies until next year

  • yes (no pies)
  • no (yes pies)

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Every time between now and January 31st, any time someone wishes you merry Christmas you immediately - but silently - fart.

  • Yes
  • No

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When you open your Christmas presents, you are only able to react 100% honestly.

  • Yes
  • No

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Twenty or thirty years ago, when tinsel was everywhere at Christmas, this would have been an issue, but it’s not as common now, so I’d take it.


you have to replace your tonsils with tinsels

  • how would that even work
  • *coughs sparkles*

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How bad are your jobs if you’d be prepared to do any of these things just to miss two or three hours’ work?


I’d consider the farting one to be a bonus, tbh.


I’m not coming back until the new year.


@epimer, does marckee have to come back to work tomorrow?


day off work for every foot of tinsel you can eat

  • no time off
  • day off
  • days off
  • week off
  • i never have to work again

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Yes, unless he only speaks in lines from Christmas carols from now until January 31st.


Thought it meant finishing for christmas


You have to fist Santa (once)

  • Okay
  • No, and that’s really offensive

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