|My brother Harald, Micke and then Birgitta.|
She's one of my family's oldest acquaintances.
Harald - very typically - can't behave on a photo.
|So... this year's Christmas dinner left leftovers for at least 20 people.|
Dad still had more "lådor" that could be put in the oven...
The years that me and Micke have spent in Turku - just the two of us - we haven't had leftovers for more that one meal after the "night of the buffé". After that, we've made pan pizza. Why? Because some traditions are meant to be broken, and 5 days of eating leftover Christmas food is definitely one of them.
Then, much much much later in the evening, we played the board game "Turtles". I found the "mutogen", so I won the game. Woopti-doo.
Just my biochemical unluck that I grew up playing games that were produced without a lot of spell checks. Or properly translated for that matter ;)
|This game must be, what, close to 15 years old by now?|
I see that the English version has some sort of contraption for
casting the dice.
|You move around the board, fighting "bad guys" (översatt till värstingar)|
with your "good guys" (översatt til... wait for it...godingar!). After you've
defeated 3 bad guys with the same "mark" on them, you get to go to the center
of the board (the Technodrome) and battle Krang. If you win, you get the
|Woo-hoo! I found the "mutogen".|
I won :P