168. The Importance Of Administrative Diligence – by Monty

I am very excited. Father Christmas has contacted me to say that he and Rudolf will stop by to congratulate Chicken and I on Christmas Eve. I presume he has heard of our new racetrack and wants to have a look for himself with regards to using the facility during the year for his reindeer.

Chicken is very pleased about this and says it will be the most perfect day. She is so sweet.

As you may know, I like to have everything in order. For this reason, I went through my finances yesterday to ensure all was well, so that I may enjoy the Christmas period with no administrative worries. It is a good job that I did, as there was an error on my credit card bill.

I have been charged for an issue of Bride magazine. I rang the company to complain but they tried to tell me that it was a legitimate purchase which had already been dispatched. They refused to entertain the idea of involving the police, suggesting instead that I check with other members of the household.

I have written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.


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4 thoughts on “168. The Importance Of Administrative Diligence – by Monty

  1. I am prepared to lend chicken something old Monty, which covers two of the requirements – it’s a lovely snuggly pink blanket – I expect the fairy will provide the blue and Santa the new. Excellent. I love it when a plan comes together. Xxx

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    • I see that you are getting into the Christmas spirit. What was it? Mulled wine?
      It’s nice of you to offer to lend Chicken your pink blanket to keep her warm. She’ll love it.
      Monty πŸΎπŸŽ„πŸΎ


  2. About that Bride Magazine…. if I were you, I’d check around the house to see if it was ordered by… um…. someone. Just an idea…

    Love and licks,

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    • You’re suggesting it had been purposefully ordered by someone here? With all due respect, I think I’d be aware if someone in my unit was planning a wedding. I’d have to be really dim to miss that.
      Monty πŸΎπŸŽ„πŸΎ


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