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Entertainment Kate Ritchie's Christmas baking efforts sound an awful lot like our own.

01:30  13 september  2017
01:30  13 september  2017 Source:

Christmas comes early in Aussie supermarkets

  Christmas comes early in Aussie supermarkets Shoppers are facing an especially long run-in to Christmas with the early arrival of Christmas fare on to shelves across Australia. It might only be the first week of September but already decorations have gone on sale.Fruit mince pies, crackers and baubles were among the festive paraphernalia unboxed and loaded into the aisles of Coles and Woolworths this weekend.But many shoppers have since taken to social media to express their annoyance at the premature products.“Christmas cakes and mince pies on August 31. Is that a record,” Twitter user Carmel Audley wrote.“Christmas puddings in Mount Barker Coles in August.

These anecdotes jibe with Gerwig’ s unassuming nature—it also sounds like they had their own version of AVQ&A — but the earnest letters she wrote to artists like Alanis Mrrisette and Justin Timberlake to request permission to use their music are even more endearing.

[Verse] Pair of hop-a-long boots and a pistol that shoots Is the wish of Barney and Ben Dolls that'll talk and will go for a walk Is the hope of Janice and Jen Mom and Dad can hardly wait for school to start again. [Chorus 2] It' s beginning to look a lot like Christmas Everywhere you go There' s a tree in the

There’s nothing more frustrating than than finding yourself down a key ingredient at a crucial juncture in the baking process, as Kate Ritchie reminded us while baking her annual Christmas cake yesterday.

The 38-year-old radio host was already well on her way – she’d lined her cake tin and posted a snap of it on social media – by the time she realised she was out of cocoa.

Up there with one of the most annoying jobs in the world

‘Santa’ baffled by Big W’s Christmas crackdown .
Big W's general manager Teresa Rendo has denied the absence of the word "Christmas" from their stores' artificial tree packaging is "politically correct", as outrage continues over the controversial decision. Ms Rendo said the decision to keep Christmas off the tree packaging was part of the store's selling strategy for the holiday season."Because this year at Big W we wanted to make Christmas really fun and easy for our customers, we actually named our Christmas tree boxes with themes that coordinate back with our ornaments," she said.

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