Before I head off to be both naughty and nice, I would like to take an opportunity to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas. Whatever it is you celebrate this holiday season I do hope you enjoy it.
With the weather here worsening quickly and a storm on the horizon, I unfortunately have no time to regale you all with the inconsequential geek news of the world today as I must attempt to get all of my visits done this eve before I get blown away by those gale force winds howling outside. I do hope that Santa has his rain gear with him.
This week many of my blogging buddies supplied us with fantastic Christmas specials, from reviewing festive films over twelve days to writing about their own holiday stories and memories and favourite Christmas songs. If you’re looking for some ideas on how to spend your Christmas eve I urge you to check them out.
I’d also like to thank everyone who voted in my Six Months Of Spew poll. The results were very illuminating. Sixty of you voted to let me know what it was you would like to see more of here on The Spew, with more movie reviews coming out on top, closely followed by boobs, and then TV, with an approximately even number of you then looking for more news, games narratives and Pugs. Three of you opted for the “Other” option but neglected to specify what other you’d actually like to see, so I’m going to assume that these people want to see more Pugs too.
Here’s a delightfully adorable video that my good friend JF Owen sent to me featuring festive Puggish mishaps.
I’ll be taking a leave of absence from blogdom over the Christmas period but I’ll be back in 2014 fully rested and ready to spew about everything I’ve done and seen during my boozy break. Again, a Merry Christmas to all, and I wish everyone a Happy New Year.
As my gift to you and to let you know how much I will genuinely miss you all, here’s a funny picture of the ugliest cat I’ve ever seen.