I swear to God if there is another dressing up day at Ben's school before he leaves in July I may be the first mum to go to school dressed as Harold Hadrada, fully equipped with sword and dagger and few non-period accessories such as a longbow, grenade, Ak47, flame thrower and a Chieftain tank and give the headmistress a taste of her own medicine.
In fact I may just nuke the staffroom.
Last night with PMT I nearly burnt the house down. Tomorrow is Viking day at school and I'm contemplating mass murder. Hmm. Things are not looking good.
I'd just like to publically say to the headmistress;
STOP HAVING DRESSING UP DAYS WOMAN THEY ARE DRIVING ME INSANE!
Except, woe betide anyone who crosses me tomorrow or the shit is really going to hit the fan.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Harold Hadrada wore a pillow case, oversized belt and a plastic hat.
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Keep him off school and send in a note saying he's been carried off in a Viking raid. He'll be back Monday.ReplyDelete
Believe me Mrs A I was very, very close to ringing in:) If it wasn't for the fact that I had to pay £6.00 for the privledge of Viking Day Ben would have stayed at home - as it is I've got to stump up 4 packs of Premier Football Cards to make up for him having a crap costume - he's a mercenary little fellow at times:)ReplyDelete
And I'll have you know that plastic hat is authentic - it came from Gothenberg airport!ReplyDelete
(Which is a shed in the middle of a field..)
I will double check that authenticity Mrs A - just it came from Gothenberg via Taiwan:)ReplyDelete
Yes sadly true.ReplyDelete
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