A double-walled tea mug with All The Cats on it. I hope Obie and Amber do not take this as license to use it.
I’ve never played this before, but a cursory glance tells me this looks like a mix of Scrabble and Boggle. This will go into the Wednesdays rotation, although I know Ken will win already.
I’m glad to see that Lindt has realised my importance to this season and release special chocolates in my honour.
The latest Pratchett, the latest Reilly… the latest… I dunno this one. Much reading on my horizon. But I have some time off in January, so these’ll come in handy.
Ice cubes, officially for Whiskey I think, but I’m sure I’ll find other non-sanctioned uses for them.
I wonder if my family is trying to make me homesick, but if so, it’s not working. I’m sure the ladies will love these(?!)
Chocolate wine sounds both delicious and a little scary. I’m afraid it might not be to my taste, but I want it to be so badly. I’ll have to set up the perfect tasting environment to avoid jinxing it.
Evil mazes all around… it’s a 3D roll-the-ball-around style puzzle, but with moving parts inside and narrow ledges. It’s Mission Impossible, where the lead character has no personality… so, exactly like Mission Impossible in every way.
This is another fun one for Wednesdays. Pictionary with Legos. You get a challenge, and then you have to build it with the Lego in the box, and everyone else guesses. A skill I need to master.
A dare in a bottle I think. 15/10 heat rating on the chilli sauce with a warning to never taste it directly. We all know how this is going to end, right?
And no Christmas could ever be complete without a sweater. A very cool sweater, which will have to wait a few more months for the right season to arrive here. Somehow my mum manages to buy me cool clothing that fits perfectly over a distance of 20,000km. She’s got magic powers, I’m sure.