Just for laughs

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - RECIPE BEANS -

I’M a plant seen at Christ­mas, which peo­ple hang above.

And then they stand be­neath me and kiss some­one they love.


Hop­ing a stranger will break into your house would nor­mally be quite weird.

Ex­cept at Christ­mas when you want a visit from this old man with a beard.

Santa Claus.

You some­times see them on a house, and of­ten on a fes­tive tree.

They are of­ten mul­ti­coloured and run on elec­tric­ity.

Christ­mas lights.

It can be made from ev­er­greens, pine cones, berries and it’s round.

On the front door of some­one’s house at Christ­mas-time it is found.

Christ­mas wreath.

This has three peo­ple hold­ing gifts, and a few an­i­mals maybe.

Plus shep­herds, par­ents and an­gels and in the cen­tre, a baby.

Na­tiv­ity scene.

Drop­ping from the sky more beau­ti­ful than rain.

There are no two pieces that’ll ever look the same.


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