They are ganging up on us!

We should have expected this would happen – after the previous mails from “Disappointed of Dulwich “and Mr Basil Andrew Harrison Umbug suggesting that we were trying to destroy the fabric of the traditional Christmas they have been in touch with each other and now they are writing to us in tandem. We did warn them that we had a blog in the can that covered the pulling of Christmas Crackers, the eating of turkey or maybe the act of kissing under the mistletoe” and suggested that maybe they should not read it – our words of advice were clearly not adhered to because – yes you guessed it we have had another mail.

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Mr Richardson

Re Recent blogs –

We, “Disappointed of Dulwich” and B.A.H.Umbug after your last response have taken the opportunity to contact each other to discuss your latest ramblings and decide what course of action we can take to prevent your future assaults on the “spirit” of the Christmas we all know and love. The negativity of your last article (the one you advised we did not read) was baffling – first you guide us to an excellent web site “Christmas Customs.com” which we both thoroughly enjoyed – inspirational and educational and then you have to counter this positivity by telling us all the consequences of overindulgences.

Mr Richardson can we ask you – do you not hit the ten o’clock sherry while preparing the vegetables and enjoy a further couple while they are cooking – wine with lunch is surely compulsory in your household as it is in ours (how else would we digest the turkey) – a small port with the mince pies and fall asleep and miss H.R.H. speech –because that’s what we consider a traditional Christmas day and we enjoy it – moderation in everything indeed, it is the one day of the year when we do not do moderation. Your home must be a sorry place on Christmas Day Mr Richardson if you practice the same moderation you preach to others – Christmas is about enjoyment and over indulgence its part of the tradition.

We are only surprised that in your attacks on the joys of Christmas you have omitted to mock the traditional Christmas Children’s Nativity play.

Keep Christmas traditional

 

Yours

Disappointed of Dulwich “and Mr Basil Andrew Harrison Umbug

P.S we actually quite liked that “pop” groups version of Silent Night they are not bad singers for Americans

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What can we say – we warned them not to read the forthcoming blog re –the pulling of Christmas Crackers, the eating of turkey or maybe the act of kissing under the mistletoe” but they had to go and do so – the consequence was we suppose inevitable – but at least they now seem to have softened their view on some of our chosen music.

Of course, we had to reply to Disappointed of Dulwich “and Mr Basil Andrew Harrison Umbug

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Dear” Disappointed of Dulwich “and Mr Basil Andrew Harrison Umbug

Gentlemen

We thank you for your recent mail pointing out (again) the errors of our ways and in our defence, we did warn you not to read the offending article. As we stated numerous times in the blog our objective was not to prevent individuals enjoying themselves merely suggest that thy do it in moderation.

We would respectfully suggest that you must be recent readers of our blogs – you reference nativity plays – we produce our take on a couple of years ago on our sister site Global Door see –

https://www.globaldoor.co.uk/global-door-christmas-nativity-the-composite-door-way/

https://www.globaldoor.co.uk/nativity-play-sponsored-by-global-door-act-2/

we even went as far as to take liberties with Mr Charles Dickens Christmas Carol

https://www.globaldoor.co.uk/a-christmas-carol-by-global-composite-doors/

and we have even been known to work the classic movie Wonderful Life

https://www.globaldoor.co.uk/its-a-wonderful-life-with-a-global-door/

and as for Christmas songs may we suggest you look back at

http://www.timbercompositedoors.com/blog/some-of-our-favourite-christmas-songs-timber-composite-doors/

that which we have offered is nothing new and our postbag suggests that the few readers we have like what we do so we are sorry if it is not to your taste but you can look forward to more of the same next year – we wish you both a happy Christmas and a prosperous new year and maybe the next call we receive from either of you will be to order your new front door from Timber Composite Doors

Regards

The Timber Composite Door team.

PS as you like that American “Pop” group so much here is another one of their traditional Christmas songs – Hark the herald angels sing – Enjoy !

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For our more discerning readers and we are actually surprised that you are out there we thank you for your support and all at Timber Composite Doors look forward to providing you with the same excellent composite door product, sales and installation service throughout 2017.

Have a wonderful Christmas and see you for your new front door order next year.