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Win a Stocking Stuffer Bundle #2

Win a Stocking Stuffer Bundle #2

Was it the psychotic uncle, an inappropriate comment from a child or the mid-meal meltdown? We've all got a crazy Christmas story and now's the time to share yours with the world. The craziest story will win a stocking stuffer bundle valued at $40. Share your story by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page and check back next week to find out if you won.

  • Entries close midnight Friday 1st December
  • Keep your story under 100 words
  • Multiple entries allowed - submit each entry as individual comment
  • Keep it family-friendly
  • Double-check your email address
  • Good luck!

The fine print

  • The prize is one stocking stuffer bundle including postage
  • Entrants must be located in Australia as prize can only be sent to an Australian address
  • Entrants agree to allow us to add their email address to our newsletter list (you can easily unsubscribe later)
  • Entrants agree to allow us to publish their entry on this website and social media platforms
  • We reserve the right to edit an entry
  • We reserve the right to not publish an entry
  • Entries become our property and we are the owner for copyright purposes
  • The winner will have their initials and location published here and on our social media platforms (e.g. S.C. - North Pole)
  • The winner will be chosen based on the entry content and as such chance plays no part in the outcome
  • The winner will be contacted using the email they submitted and must respond within 3 days to claim the prize
  • In the event the prize is not claimed, we reserve the right to select an alternate winner or not award the prize
  • The prize is one stocking stuffer bundle and cannot be exchanged for an alternate product or cash
  • The prize will be sent by either Fastway or Australia Post and we are not responsible for any delays or loss in transit

16 comments

Nov 29, 2018 • Posted by Lois Laird

My partner presented me with a cleaning hamper one Christmas morning, it was filled to the brim with toilet cleaner, furniture polish and much more! Needless to say it was our last Xmas together and our last everything together.

Dec 02, 2017 • Posted by Lauren

When my son was small he was terrified of Santa. He refused to go to sleep, freaked out at the thought that the “fat old man” would sneak into his room to fill his stocking.
I had to hang our stockings on the front porch, alongside Santa’s biscuits and milk. I assured my son that Santa would leave the gifts outside, and I would put them under the tree before he woke up.
Even so, he insisted on making sure I locked all the doors and windows before he went to bed.
Thank goodness we didn’t have a chimney!

Dec 01, 2017 • Posted by Mikaela C

My mum was serving eggnog one year. One alcoholic for the adults and another for the kids. She accidentally switched them around and at the end of the night all the adults were trying to work out why all the kids were so quiet and sleepy!

Dec 01, 2017 • Posted by Dianne

My first Christmas preparing part of Christmas Dinner. Supervised by Mum, cooked what looked like a beautiful nut loaf, Grandma’s absolute favourite! Tested with the skewer (came out clean), plated up, drizzled custard and honey over it and finished with holly leaves. Ta da presented it and it was gorgeous. Grandma cut the first slice, the contents oozed out everywhere, no one was impressed, least of all grandma (a granddaughter who couldn’t cook, shame)! To this day I’m never asked to help with Christmas dinner and I’m never let forget why, those dreadful relatives of mine, such stirrers, lol!

Dec 01, 2017 • Posted by Leanne

Feeling unwell Xmas eve I asked hubby to play santa and put kids pressie under tree.kids woke in morning to find biscuit crumbs under tree and santa also known as dad fast asleep on couch. Quick thinking mum told them That santa had to leave in top of cupboard so he didn’t wake dad. There goes that hiding spot

Nov 30, 2017 • Posted by Laura Scriven

Christmas 2007, I was in the UK with my Hindu in-laws. I stupidly decided to make Christmas Dinner for all the relatives (40-odd), and they’re all vegetarian. The best part was cooking a massive pot of custard and my mother-in-law asking what I added, pointing at the black flecks!!

Nov 30, 2017 • Posted by AH

we got so into xmas that on xmas eve we stayed up all night decorating the house, laying christmas music and just having fun.. suddenly it was six in the morning and we had to get into our PJs get into bed and we just made it in time for the kids to come in our room at 6:20

Nov 30, 2017 • Posted by Christine Butler

Last year my sister and I decided to cook Christmas din er together. She’s not much of a cook so I told her I’d do most of it, she just had to bake the ready-to-cook Turducken she’d bought from the super market. So we’d had morning tea (and a few drinks) and opened presents, and I was finishing preparing salads when she realised she hadn’t put the turducken in the oven, or turned it on. We basically ended up having lunch at 3pm, with everyone drunk and almost asleep.

Nov 30, 2017 • Posted by Craig White

Well, for that’d be Christmas 2015. That was a fun one. There was an amazing spread of food. We’re talking roasts, puddings, cakes, and gravy. LOADS of gravy. We were all about to eat when all of a sudden, my brother’s chair breaks, and as he’s falling, goes to grab the table, but rather, gets a handful of table cloth. He hits the floor, and with the cloth still in his hand, pulls down the massive chocolate cake which was seated in front of him. It exploded all over the place as it hit him. Everyone erupted in laughter and it turned out to be a great night. Just.. one cake, and one gravy short.

Nov 29, 2017 • Posted by Shelley

A few years ago, I picked up a shift Christmas Day at the nursing home I work at. My family went to visit my Auntie interstate and were hesitant to leave me all by myself on Christmas. I assured them I’d be fine and I’d be at work anyway! However on Christmas Eve, I woke up in an empty house feeling very sick… I spent all night vomiting and called in sick to work, meaning I spent Christmas day alone throwing up! Christmas dinner was a frozen pie for one! I deserve a gingerbread kit as ginger can alleviate nausea!

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