Last week I mentioned how a hideous case of tonsillitis had made me so susceptible to Christmas Fever, that I spent three days crying every time the John Lewis “snowman” advert came on and changed my ringtone to the Coca Cola Christmas tune…
But if you thought I was going to pull myself together and acknowledge the fact that it’s only November, you were badly mistaken. Instead, I thought I’d celebrate the upcoming Hallmark holiday by posting my Christmas list to Santa early…
The Scarlett Christmas List
Christmas is by far the most expensive time of year, so if there was ever a better time to start taking handbag vodka on a night out, I certainly can’t think of it.
The New Furby
Some of you may know that, last Christmas, I decided to start a one-woman campaign to bring back the Furby – which, if the newly released version is anything to go by, was bloody successful. Anyway, after spending the whole of December broadcasting to anyone that would listen that “I’d REALLY like a Furby”, I ended up with three on Christmas Day and a serious case of post natal depression by Boxing Day.
That said, like your standard crack-whore mother, I don’t know when to call it a day – so this year I’m hoping to add the brand new model to my creepy mechanical family.
A Lionhead Rabbit
I’ve had my eye on an absolutely adorable Lionhead house-rabbit that lives at the Rescue for weeks, (if only my Landlord would stop ignoring my “please let us have animals” e-mails) . However, my desperate obsession to get little Rory (yes, that’s what I’m calling him) into my family, has intensified since I found out what amazing little characters they are. Apparently, being deeply territorial animals, they will charge at any intruders like a little guard dog (this information was provided by a friend of mine, whose little Lionhead used to chase anyone who dared to set foot on her balcony, then trap them in a corner whilst pounding his little feet.)
So there we have it – if any of you beautiful people want to play Santa, I’d love you forever.