I want you all to f**k off, says mum when asked what she wants for Christmas

A MUM has requested that everybody f**k off when asked what she would like for Christmas.

Emma Bradford, who has been trapped indoors with her family for almost nine months, would like the opportunity to be alone for longer than the time it takes to have a dump.

Bradford said: “Everyone has been in my face since March. That would be tolerable if we were on a long holiday on an idyllic Caribbean island, but we are in a terrace in Hull.

“Just once I would like to leave some biscuits in the cupboard and for them to still be there the next day. Or to walk around the house without turning off 20 lights and flushing the loo.

“To be honest, 30 minutes would be enough. I could watch some shit TV from under a blanket and eat that chocolate orange I’ve been saving. That is the sad pinnacle of my dreams these days.”

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How to make December utterly exhausting for no reason

NOT got enough on your entirely self-imposed Christmas to-do list? Here’s how to make December as pointlessly exhausting as possible.

Send Christmas cards

They’re a thoughtful and old-fashioned way to give yourself loads of shit to do for no reason. You’ll definitely WhatsApp the recipient before the card arrives, so you might as well just send a Santa emoji instead and be done with it.

Make thoughtful gifts

No, you can’t just buy everyone a Toblerone and watch their genuine joy – give them a homemade paperweight made from a rock sprayed silver instead and watch them try to feign gratitude.

Shop responsibly

Amazon don’t pay enough tax and treat their workers badly, so you must spend December typing in your card details and paying eye-watering amounts for delivery on 50 different websites. It’s both highly responsible and tediously inconvenient.

Make a Christmas cake

The ingredients cost a fortune and you’re sure you missed a crucial step in the recipe, but keep going – it guarantees your superiority over people who buy one, even if theirs isn’t somehow both charred and raw at the same time.

Meet up with people outside

In Tier 2 but determined to make the best of it? Book an outdoor table for your usual festive gathering, so you can stand with gritted teeth in horizontal sleet and come down with a nasty cold just before Christmas.

Insist on a Christmas jumper

Spend several hours queueing in the rain with other Primark shoppers just to get your hands on a polyester reindeer jumper that itches horribly and falls apart after one wash. It’s traditional.

Invite a vegan

Christmas dinner with all the trimmings not complicated enough for you? Guarantee panicky and stressful meal planning by inviting a vegan, preferably one that is also allergic to nuts and can’t tolerate gluten.