There’s so much to look forward to – decorating the tree, opening presents and, er, sitting round the table with all your family?
That’s right, sometimes Christmas dinner can be a real pain, especially when you’re sat right next to the traditional Christmas farter – it’s like, come on, stop stuffing all those sprouts in your mouth already!
Or how about the person that can’t stop cracking cracker jokes? We’ve heard them all a million times before!
And then there’s the person who can’t stop snoring as soon they’ve stuffed themselves full of turkey which means your’re going to get dribbled on all through the Christmas pud. Bah humbug.
Well, to help you avoid such unpleasantness this year, we’ve put together a handy guide so you know who you should be sitting to at the Christmas table!
(And remember, if you are unlucky enough to be stuck next to the Christmas carter, then these are the foods you should be most scared of causing Crimbo guffs!)
These orange veggies are good for your eye but no so good for your gas! If you see someone about to take a bite at dinner, take cover!
Pigs in blankets
People like to stuff themselves with these porky treats and when they can’t fit anymore in – watch out! It’s going to smell like a pig sty!
These little green guff-balls are the king of bottom burps – even if you had Christmas dinner in Australia, you wouldn’t be able to escape the sprouts stench back home in Britain.